Maid Perfect set to expand

Maid Perfect was launched last year by Lorna Good as a follow-on to her well-known Flying Domestics business.

Flying Domestics is a casual cleaning service, while Maid Perfect is aimed at servicing larger homes on an ongoing basis.

“After so much experience and a great deal of research, I believe I know better than anybody how organised, reliable services of this kind can upgrade lifestyles and expand work opportunities for women tied to household duties,” she said.

Maid Perfect is being franchised into areas of demand Ms Good researched demographically. Each region must have between 1,200 and 1,500 households with incomes above $78,000 per annum.

Each franchisee will need between 20 and 30 cleaners and computerised records and online banking services are provided.

“We’ll add two or three more franchises this year and around the same in 2000. After that, perhaps we’ll broach the interstate market,” she said.

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