This new Marketdata study is simply the most comprehensive analysis ever of the little-researched $8 billion U.S. residential maid services market, that employs 190,000 workers. There are about a dozen maid service franchises that combined account for about 14% of industry receipts, at just over $1 billion. However, many independent non-franchise companies and solo operators also compete.
Maid services have enjoyed fairly steady growth, as an aging population, time-pressed consumers and Millennials boost demand. The Bureau of Labor Statistics expects continued growth for this occupation, although recessions do affect the business. Off-the-books solo maids, many foreign, constitute a significant share of the workforce (legal and illegal).
This study traces the industry’s size, growth, end-user segments, structure, demand factors, major trends, and operating ratios — Receipts from 2007- 2020 forecasts. The report examines how maids/services operate, their avg. rates for cleaning, franchises vs. independents, impact of the last recession, maids hourly and yearly pay, turnover, and more. The study includes an overview of the total commercial cleaning/janitorial service sector. Includes findings of latest surveys by the ARCSI trade group, as well as comments and outlooks by top experts, National, operating ratios from the Census Bureau, BLS, and other sources. Companies by sales volume. Investment costs to buy franchises by company. Competitor profiles and market share/revenues for: The Maids, Maid Brigade, Merry Maids (ServiceMaster), Molly Maid, MaidPro, Cottage Care, Home Cleaning Centers of America, The Cleaning Authority, Maid to Perfection.