How much do you know about Ed Wright from Spouses Cleaning Houses?

Rebecca & Ed

Here are amazing and unique facts you need to know about Ed!

Splash Designworks owners Mike and Trisha Fox recently had the pleasure of talking with Ed Wright and finding out some fun and interesting facts about him, his family, and about Spouses Cleaning Houses. Here’s what Splash learned from their exciting interview:

How much do you know about Ed Wright from Spouses Cleaning Houses?

Here are amazing and unique facts you need to know about Ed!

Splash Designworks owners Mike and Trisha Fox recently had the pleasure of talking with Ed Wright and finding out some fun and interesting facts about him, his family, and about Spouses Cleaning Houses. Here’s what Splash learned from their exciting interview:
Rebecca & Ed
Ed Wright with Spouses Cleaning Houses
Fun Facts You May Not Know About Ed Wright
He loves to travel, cook, and eat different foods. He loves his family and he’s very spiritual. “I got my higher faith in God,” Ed says. “Without Him, there is no Ed. I truly believe that.” Ed considers himself fun-loving, and he loves people, serving, helping others and giving back. Ed and Rebecca are big community givers. He’s been a rotarian for 6-7 years and he’s the current president of his rotary club. He is also a council member for ARCSI at ISSA. ARCSI is the Association for Residential Cleaning Services International. Ed and Rebecca have also been in business together for 23 years as Cleaning Experts.
Ed And Rebecca Got Started By Cleaning Military House.
Ed and Rebecca got started when Ed was in the military on active duty. He kept a lot of part-time side jobs at that time. But then, Rebecca got the idea to clean military housing as a supplemental income, so that he wouldn’t have to do the other side jobs and they could do the job together. Ed had a friend that was in the cleaning business that was willing to show them the ropes on what they needed to do to clean military housing. So they started doing it and loved the fact that they could work together. They were even able to include their kids! This worked out well so that Ed no longer had to work other part time jobs on the side. They continued this for two years on the military base, and once he got out of the military, he decided to transition it into a regular, full-standing business. Ed started the business and got everything up and running, as Rebecca continued working as a massage therapist for a while before coming into the business full time.
Military Houses
Crazy, Silly, Fun Fact About Ed
Ed said he considers himself a recovering “Donut-holic”. “I’m trying to keep it at bay,” Ed says. “I’m still in recovery.” He did, however, admit to having Krispy Kreme as a friend on Facebook and that he gets their content on his timeline on a regular basis. He also just happened to know when “National Donut Day” was, and even mentioned he may possibly want to open up a donut shop in Middletown someday. 😉
Everyday should be Doughnut Day
Family is Important to the Spouses of Spouses Cleaning Houses
Family Is Very Important To Ed
Ed and Rebecca just celebrated their 25th wedding anniversary last Saturday. They had 5 kids but now have 4 after tragically going through the loss of a son in 2017. They have 7 grandkids that are full of life and are keeping them young. Ed had this to say about his grandkids: “Actually, they’re kind of my motivators, because you never know what’s going to happen – if my grandkids are going to be the ones to take over. I don’t know. They motivate us.”
Spouses Cleaning Houses Takes Cleaning Personally
When Ed was asked about what makes Spouses Cleaning Houses different from other cleaning services, this is what he had to say: “We’ve always looked at the business from a personal standpoint, because when we started, it was just us – Rebecca and I. And we still have that personal touch. We’re still actively involved in the company. I think that’s what makes us unique.”
Fun Facts You May Not Know About Ed Wright
He loves to travel, cook, and eat different foods. He loves his family and he’s very spiritual. “I got my higher faith in God,” Ed says. “Without Him, there is no Ed. I truly believe that.” Ed considers himself fun-loving, and he loves people, serving, helping others and giving back. Ed and Rebecca are big community givers. He’s been a rotarian for 6-7 years and he’s the current president of his rotary club. He is also a council member for ARCSI at ISSA. ARCSI is the Association for Residential Cleaning Services International. Ed and Rebecca have also been in business together for 23 years as Cleaning Experts.
Ed Wright with Spouses Cleaning Houses
Ed And Rebecca Got Started By Cleaning Military House.
Ed and Rebecca got started when Ed was in the military on active duty. He kept a lot of part-time side jobs at that time. But then, Rebecca got the idea to clean military housing as a supplemental income, so that he wouldn’t have to do the other side jobs and they could do the job together. Ed had a friend that was in the cleaning business that was willing to show them the ropes on what they needed to do to clean military housing. So they started doing it and loved the fact that they could work together. They were even able to include their kids! This worked out well so that Ed no longer had to work other part time jobs on the side. They continued this for two years on the military base, and once he got out of the military, he decided to transition it into a regular, full-standing business. Ed started the business and got everything up and running, as Rebecca continued working as a massage therapist for a while before coming into the business full time.
Military Houses
Crazy, Silly, Fun Fact About Ed
Ed said he considers himself a recovering “Donut-holic”. “I’m trying to keep it at bay,” Ed says. “I’m still in recovery.” He did, however, admit to having Krispy Kreme as a friend on Facebook and that he gets their content on his timeline on a regular basis. He also just happened to know when “National Donut Day” was, and even mentioned he may possibly want to open up a donut shop in Middletown someday. 😉
Everyday should be Doughnut Day
Family Is Very Important To Ed
Ed and Rebecca just celebrated their 25th wedding anniversary last Saturday. They had 5 kids but now have 4 after tragically going through the loss of a son in 2017. They have 7 grandkids that are full of life and are keeping them young. Ed had this to say about his grandkids: “Actually, they’re kind of my motivators, because you never know what’s going to happen – if my grandkids are going to be the ones to take over. I don’t know. They motivate us.”
Family is Important to the Spouses of Spouses Cleaning Houses
Spouses Cleaning Houses Takes Cleaning Personally
When Ed was asked about what makes Spouses Cleaning Houses different from other cleaning services, this is what he had to say: “We’ve always looked at the business from a personal standpoint, because when we started, it was just us – Rebecca and I. And we still have that personal touch. We’re still actively involved in the company. I think that’s what makes us unique.”
Fun Facts You May Not Know About Ed Wright
He loves to travel, cook, and eat different foods. He loves his family and he’s very spiritual. “I got my higher faith in God,” Ed says. “Without Him, there is no Ed. I truly believe that.” Ed considers himself fun-loving, and he loves people, serving, helping others and giving back. Ed and Rebecca are big community givers. He’s been a rotarian for 6-7 years and he’s the current president of his rotary club. He is also a council member for ARCSI at ISSA. ARCSI is the Association for Residential Cleaning Services International. Ed and Rebecca have also been in business together for 23 years as Cleaning Experts.
Ed Wright with Spouses Cleaning Houses
Ed And Rebecca Got Started By Cleaning Military House.
Ed and Rebecca got started when Ed was in the military on active duty. He kept a lot of part-time side jobs at that time. But then, Rebecca got the idea to clean military housing as a supplemental income, so that he wouldn’t have to do the other side jobs and they could do the job together. Ed had a friend that was in the cleaning business that was willing to show them the ropes on what they needed to do to clean military housing. So they started doing it and loved the fact that they could work together. They were even able to include their kids! This worked out well so that Ed no longer had to work other part time jobs on the side. They continued this for two years on the military base, and once he got out of the military, he decided to transition it into a regular, full-standing business. Ed started the business and got everything up and running, as Rebecca continued working as a massage therapist for a while before coming into the business full time.
Military Houses
Crazy, Silly, Fun Fact About Ed
Ed said he considers himself a recovering “Donut-holic”. “I’m trying to keep it at bay,” Ed says. “I’m still in recovery.” He did, however, admit to having Krispy Kreme as a friend on Facebook and that he gets their content on his timeline on a regular basis. He also just happened to know when “National Donut Day” was, and even mentioned he may possibly want to open up a donut shop in Middletown someday. 😉
Everyday should be Doughnut Day
Family Is Very Important To Ed
Ed and Rebecca just celebrated their 25th wedding anniversary last Saturday. They had 5 kids but now have 4 after tragically going through the loss of a son in 2017. They have 7 grandkids that are full of life and are keeping them young. Ed had this to say about his grandkids: “Actually, they’re kind of my motivators, because you never know what’s going to happen – if my grandkids are going to be the ones to take over. I don’t know. They motivate us.”
Family is Important to the Spouses of Spouses Cleaning Houses
Spouses Cleaning Houses Takes Cleaning Personally
When Ed was asked about what makes Spouses Cleaning Houses different from other cleaning services, this is what he had to say: “We’ve always looked at the business from a personal standpoint, because when we started, it was just us – Rebecca and I. And we still have that personal touch. We’re still actively involved in the company. I think that’s what makes us unique.”

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