Check out our Cancellation Policy under the FAQs.
Travel Time. Up to 30 minutes outside of Marietta, GA at no cost. Longer distances can be discussed on a case by case basis prior to scheduling an assessment or consult.
Payment. The full amount is due at the end of each session if paying by the hour.
For packages, the full amount is due prior to scheduling the first session.
Payment Methods. We accept all major debit and credit cards, PayPal, Venmo, and Zelle.
We understand finding the right company to visit your space and root around in your stuff is a choice not to be taken lightly.
Consider our confidentiality to be as professional and iron clad as what you’d expect from your doctor or attorney.
p.s. We’ve seen everything…
A few examples of the errands we run on a regular basis for clients:
“OMG, I forgot to get cupcakes for school tomorrow.” We purchase whatever you need, get it where it needs to go, and then provide the receipt for reimbursement.
Driving loved ones to appointments and waiting with them. This is perfect if you have a parent who can’t drive, but you don’t feel comfortable putting them in an Uber. This is also a great service for parents who can’t make a Girl Scout meeting or sporting event because they’re traveling for work.
Dropping off and picking up dry cleaning
Shopping for, delivering, and putting away groceries - and even basic food prep.
Washing and folding laundry. We can pick up and return, but most clients want us to do the laundry inside their home while they are at work. We can wash, fold, steam out wrinkles, and then put away. During the down time of the spin cycle, we tidy up or do other small tasks.
Picking up something left at home and bringing it to an office or other location.
Making copies, collating materials, etc to get clients ready for that big meeting.
Wait for it - WE EVEN DO YOUR DREADED EXPENSE REPORTS.
Sometimes you just want the piece of mind of having someone go by and check on a loved one. This is particularly true for busy, traveling, or out-of-state adult children who can’t check on their parents as much as they’d like.
A few ways we can be the bright spot in your loved one’s day:
Doing small tasks around the house like taking out the garbage, hanging pictures or setting up Netflix on the new tv.
Delivering groceries and basic food prep. We make great sammiches.
Working puzzles and helping with crafts
Washing & folding laundry
We even kick it old school and read a “book-book” to some clients whose eye sight is failing.
Disclaimer: b|w does not have registered nurses or medically-licensed professionals on staff. We do, however, have common sense and a heart for service. That covers most situations, but it does not include administering medication or medical treatments. We can, with permission, relay anything your loved one says they’ve taken or need on a future visit.
All b|w employees have been thoroughly background-checked and can be trusted with your children. We can identify and (hopefully always) avoid emergencies, but as adults we understand how to respond more responsibly than the neighbor’s kid down the street.
Our general mantra is: leave everything better than how you found it.
There is no promise of doing any big projects while babysitting because the child’s safety and care is the only priority, but we do what we can - especially if the child has an early bed time.
Reading books aloud, working puzzles, and general entertainment
Helping with homework and school projects
Washing & folding laundry
Lightly cleaning the kitchen and bathrooms
Cleaning out the fridge
Organizing the pantry or other small area