About San Diego Housekeeping Corp., San Diego, CA

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Our team is dedicated to making your life easier with our professional cleaning services.

About San Diego Housekeeping Corp. in San Diego, CaliforniaAt San Diego Housekeeping Corp., we are the #1 rated cleaning company in the area. We know that maintaining a clean home is a challenge for many people, and we aim to be the solution. Truly, there is nothing we want more than to ease your burdens and help you spend time doing the things you really love. So, if you are looking for licensed and insured cleaning professionals to make your home a haven, you’ve come to the right place.

Our owner, Rosiane Barbosa, is a single mother of a wonderful daughter who makes her existence meaningful and motivates her to wake up every morning. As a stay-at-home mom, Rosiane cleaned and did all the chores around the house. It was challenging work, and sometimes she wished she had a helping hand.

She realized how hard it must be for people who are already extremely busy to finish their housework. As a result, Rosiane thought she would enjoy helping others and began working in the cleaning industry in 2011. During her journey, she was highly trained by some of the best cleaners in San Diego, California. Then, in 2017, she decided to open her own cleaning company to serve as many people as possible in the San Diego metropolitan area.

Our team operates based on several core values:

  • Teamwork– We respect and help one another, which results in mutual success.
  • Integrity– We are honest and transparent, and we believe integrity is the best policy.
  • Flexibility– We change when circumstances change, and we are open to new things.
  • Organization– To be more productive, we organize ourselves in the workplace.
  • Problem-Solving– We are excellent at resolving issues and taking on challenges.

Rosiane, please share your story with us. How did you get to where you are today? Overall, has it been relatively smooth? If not, what were some of the struggles along the way?

I came to San Diego 11 years ago to study English to help with my degree in Public Relations back home in Brazil. My first month here, I started working as a cleaner, helping a friend who already had a cleaning business,. I learned everything I know from her. I am very appreciative to her for everything she taught me. Otherwise, I could not be where I am today. Later on, I met the future father of my beautiful daughter, Laura.

When Laura was born, I tried to go go back to college, but unfortunately things did not work out, since she was a baby and I did not have enough money to pay for a babysitter, so I had to quit to go to college. I had the idea to clean houses, since that was something I loved to do, and I could make some money while my husband at the time watched Laura.

I got my first clients on Facebook on Point Loma Connections. Then my first clients referred me to their friends in Lá Jolla and Point Loma. When I had enough clients, I was able to pay for day care. Then with more new clients, things just got better. After a short period of time, the word of mouth just went crazy, and I decided to open San Diego Housekeeping Corp.

Opening my own business was the best decision I had. It gave me financial freedom. I am so thankful to my first clients, Nick, James, Edda, and Libby. Without them, I would not be able to be here.

Tell us about your business.

My business is everything to me, I am so proud about each and every small thing that I conquer with my business and cleaning my clients’ houses. I feel I am making a difference in each of my clients’ lives. I like to think that by cleaning their houses, I am not just cleaning, but I am bringing quality to their lives and giving time to them to be able to spend more time with their family and enjoy life in a clean house.

What is “success” to you?

Success!!! I think my life is a success. 11 years ago, I arrived with words written on my hand because I did not know I single word in English. Even when I met my daughter’s father and his family 8 years ago, they could barely understand my English. Also most of my first clients in the beginning  did not understand my English, but they all understood how in love and proud I was for life and what I was doing with my business. Little by little, my English got better. Because of that, I think my life is a success. Being an immigrant with no family in a different country and a different culture is not an easy job, but I believe I am doing it well.