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Dan Pigott | Mayflower Homemakers

Dan Pigott

When Dan Pigott, owner of Mayflower Homemakers, asked his wife where she wanted to retire, the first words out of her mouth were “Cape Cod.” In 2006, Pigott left the corporate world after a 30-year career and the couple moved from New Jersey to Falmouth. Not quite ready to fully retire, Pigott purchased a small cleaning company, and by the end of the year, he doubled the clientele. The next year, that number doubled again and today Mayflower Homemakers is an established company with over 200 satisfied clients.

The attention to detail paid by Mayflower Homemakers is evident in every job their staff performs.“You have one opportunity to make a good impression and that is the most recent time you cleaned the office, or home,” says Pigott. “Our clients need to have the WOW factor when they walk in the next day. Without that, you don’t even notice if it’s been cleaned.”

Every one of Mayflower’s clients benefits from the use of environmentally sensitive Dragonfly Organixtm products. Based in nearby Raynham, Massachusetts, Dragonfly Organixtm products are all natural, fully biodegradable, and approved by the USDA as being 100 percent “BioPreferred,” meaning the products are wholly composed of biological, renewable, or forestry materials.

With winter winding down on the Cape and Islands, it’s important to begin thinking about spring cleaning. “Healthy living starts in the home. Wash your hands frequently, use green/plant sanitizers, vacuum and dust often, and use green products throughout the home,” advises Pigott. “Being able to remove even half the allergens and germs through cleaning is a good way to live healthy.”

Looking ahead, Pigott hopes to keep moving the company forward through the philosophy that he adopted for the business in the first place. “We listen to our clients and find out their needs, exceed those expectations, and grow the company through warm referrals, not cold calls,” says Pigott.

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