House Cleaning Services in Wichita!

All Clean for Your House! The #1 Maid Service in Wichita, KS.

We offer 200% satisfaction for your maid service!

Many of our new customers complain that the quality of their previous maid service deteriorated over time. We want our customers (hopefully you!) to be blown away with our service today and tomorrow. That is why we offer the All Clean 100% satisfaction guarantee.

And remember, no job too big or too small. We do it all!

  • Recurring housecleaning (Weekly, Bi-Weekly, or Monthly)
  • Detail cleaning
  • Cleaning for a move-in or move-out make readies
  • Party cleanup—before or after
  • Professional carpet cleaning

We are happy to accommodate special needs or requests. Please just let us know!

* The guarantee does not apply if the cleaning crew was hindered by other contractors performing work in the home, lack of running water or electricity, excessive clutter, etc.



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Thanks to our diligence, you can expect the same level of clean every time we visit your home. We maintain consistent results via our three-point quality control system.

  1. A field manager will periodically inspect your home to ensure your house cleaning meets our high standards.
  2. We ask you to rate your professional cleaning crew in the follow up email we send after every visit.
  3. You are also welcome to call or email us anytime with feedback. We want to hear about anything serious or urgent right away.

When you trust your home to All Clean By Anabelle, you can count on:

  • Licensed, bonded, and insured professionals
  • 100% Guaranteed satisfaction
  • Free cleaning estimates
  • 60 second online booking
  • Time-tested techniques

Wichita House Cleaning Services

Trusted Maid Services In Wichita and Surrounding Areas

With only 24 hours in a day, you could spend that precious time with your kids, spouse, friends, or just by yourself. At All Clean By Anabelle in Wichita, we know you have a lot on your plate – let us help wash some of those chores away for you! Our professional house cleaning staff in Wichita, KS have years of experience and training tackling even the biggest mess!

With so many different cleaning services available, it can be difficult to choose the right fit for you. This is where we come in. At All Clean By Anabelle in Wichita, KS we take the time to get to know our clients and understand their needs. Using a customized cleaning plan, we target all of your concerns and strive to exceed expectations. Our house cleaning staff proudly serve residents in Wichita and beyond.

Interesting Facts About Wichita

There’s a savage tied up close to the Arkansas River.
This one isn’t simply a must-be aware, it’s an unquestionable requirement. Wichita’s Troll prowls in an outpouring region close toward the Westar Energy working along the Arkansas River. The 200-pound, 5-foot tall figure was made by Connie Ernatt and introduced in May of 2007. In the event that you haven’t previously seen it, we would rather not make it TOO simple: To find the Wichita Troll, search for a major mesh in the walkway on the east side of the stream, only south of the Keeper of the Plains. (Here’s a clue: If you go around evening time, you can see its frightful green shine as it peers up at you.)

It’s articulated, “Are-KANsas” River. Not “ARE-kan-saw”. (Misspeaking a glaringly obvious hint you’re not from Wichita.)

The Keeper of the Plains is the twelfth tallest sculpture in the U.S.
At 44 feet tall, Wichita’s biggest sculpture is obscured by a couple, including the Statue of Liberty and a Jolly Green Giant sculpture in Blue Earth, Minnesota. Coincidentally, in the event that you live in Wichita and haven’t been to see The Keeper around evening time while the Ring of Fire is on, you’re passing up a major opportunity.

There used to be an event congregation on an island in the Arkansas River.

Joyland wasn’t Wichita’s most memorable carnival.
This photograph comes from Historic Preservation Alliance. It was initially essential for a postcard book called “Unmatched Princess of the Plains.”

This is truly two realities in one. The “island” was really a shoal, yet it was named Ackerman Island. It split the Arkansas River among Douglas and Second Street. The island was enormous – it held a baseball arena and Wonderland Amusement Park, which worked from 1905 to 1918. Joyland Amusement Park didn’t open until 1949. Peruse more about Ackerman Island and Wonderland Park.

Prohibitionist Carrie Nation crushed up the Eaton Hotel Bar.
Carrie Nation was famous for her vicious assaults on Kansas cantinas to fight the wrongs of liquor (“evil spirit rum”) in the mid 1900s. On December 27, 1900, the ax using Carrie Nation visited the bar in Wichita‘s Carey House Hotel (which later turned into the Eaton Hotel) at 517 E. Douglas. John Nobel’s painting, “Cleopatra at the Bath”, obviously set her off significantly more: She crushed the mirror behind the bar and attempted to annihilate the composition. Country was subsequently captured and served a couple of days in prison.

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