Housekeeper Placement

A housekeeper makes your space feel fresh, which is why I suggest scheduling a housekeeper to come twice a week so that someone is available to bring in groceries, clean out the fridge, clean up the house after entertaining, organize toys and books, and take on any extra projects outside of cleaning that you may need at any given moment.

Seaside Staffing Company can place a part-time housekeeper that you’ll never want to let go of – they are infamous for placing candidates with families for life. They only place candidates for a minimum of 30 hours/week and charge a $500 search fee. Ask for the owner Dara Yates, and mention PeacockParent for $150 off your placement fee.

Additional information

Parent Type

Busy Parent, Expecting Parent, New Parent



Peacock Parent Status

Founder Tested



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