Cleaning is in Wendy Ayala’s blood and the Wesley Chapel resident has gone back to her roots.
Wendy owned a Residential-Commercial Cleaning business in Southern California for six years, but when the family moved to North Carolina in 2005 she opted to go in a different direction. She earned her Undergraduate and Master’s Degrees in Business and jumped into the corporate world.
Owning a cleaning business again was never far from her mind and Wendy has now returned back to what she loves best, by starting Amera-Clean, a Residential and Commercial Cleaning services based in the Tri-W area.
“My friends, they call me a clean freak,” Wendy said. “I had always enjoyed owning my cleaning business and this is a perfect time to return to what I enjoy best. I have missed it and am really looking forward to starting my business again and continuing with the same passion and drive for cleaning that I have always had.”
Amera-Clean offers Residential and Commercial Cleaning Services and the company is bonded and insured. Amera-Clean offers one-time cleaning, weekly, bi-weekly and monthly cleaning options. They also clean move-out and vacant homes, new construction, new home community model homes and office buildings.
Amera-Clean’s services include top-to-bottom cleaning of your entire home or business, including cleaning and dusting of ceiling fans, blinds, light fixtures and baseboards.
The one-time and initial cleaning will consist of their regular top-to-bottom cleaning and also includes a deep cleaning of baseboards, blinds, exterior cabinet doors and doors and handles in each room.
” Amera-Clean will initially focus on residential cleaning in Union County and South Charlotte, which includes Matthews and Mint Hill, because this is where I live,” Wendy said.
“Prior to my move to North Carolina, my company also provided final cleaning for new construction homes for several builders in Southern California. Once all the sub-contractors were finished in the home, my team would go in the home and conduct the final clean before the homeowner was scheduled to move in.
Wendy worked in the food safety industry for four years while here in North Carolina. She is confident that experience will help her with training and managing her team to identify the risk of cross contamination because there should always be a focus on cleaning items in a specific order, especially when it comes to kitchens and bathrooms.
Wendy is currently in the process of looking for and staffing “good people” who also have a passion for cleaning.