Sometimes, life gets a little messy.


We get it....and we've got it

There's no shame in wanting help around the house. We all have busy lives when it comes to jobs, kids, pets....and we still have to find time for us

I've been a neat freak for most of my adult life, and having two young kids and three dogs makes for a messy house! To me, one of the best feelings is that of a freshly-cleaned home- but it's a process to get it that way. I've been a stay-at-home mom since our second daughter Madison was born in 2018. For me, the clean house comes after the breakfasts, the lunches, the diaper changes, the homework, and everything else in between. By the time I'm done, it's also time for dinner, which means food on the floor, spills on the table and a sink full of dishes. 


One advantage to working for my kids (because that's basically what it is, right?) is that I can get the cleaning done during the day, so we don't have to sacrifice our time as a family at night or on the weekends. I realize not everyone is able to do the same (props to working parents AND stay at home parents, because both are exhausting!) which is what planted the seed that is now Wholesome Home. We want to help families spend more time together without worrying about who is going to clean and when it will get done. Instead, worry about whether you want to spend the day at the park or the zoo. 


We've gotten more and more involved in the commercial side of things, and the name "Wholesome Home" no longer made sense for us. We're still the same company providing the same great services, but we now operate under the name QualiClean.  

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The Minocchi Family