Columbus, Ohio-based Maid to Mop has proudly been cleaning central Ohio homes and businesses for eighteen years. If you live in Columbus and need housekeeping, maid service or commercial cleaning service, call us at 614-764-6900 for a free estimate.

Columbus Neighborhoods Served

Maid to Mop cleans homes and offices in all Columbus neighborhoods, including:

Arena District Brewery District Cassady Clintonville Discovery District
Downtown Eastland Edgewood Fifth by Northwest Franklinton
German Village Grandview Heights Greater Hilltop Harrison West Holtzman-Main
Hungarian Village Innis Gardens Italian Village King-Lincoln Bronzeville Lincoln Park
Merion Village Mile on High Millbrook Milo-Grogan Near East
Near South North Central North East North Linden Northland
Northwest Old Oaks Olde Towne East Reeb-Hosack River South District
Schumacher Place Short North South Alum Creek South Linden Southside
Southwest University District Uptown District Victorian Village Walnut Ridge
Warehouse District Weinland Park West Olentangy West Scioto Woodland Park

Columbus ZIP Codes Served

Call us if you need maid service in any Columbus ZIP code, including:

43085 43201 43202 43203 43204 43205 43206 43207 43209 43210 43211 43212 43213 43214 43215 43216 43217
43218 43219 43220 43221 43222 43223 43224 43226 43227 43228 43229 43230 43231 43232 43234 43235 43236

Fun Facts About Columbus

  • Columbus is the most populous city in Ohio and the 16th most populous in the United States with a 2010 population of 787,033.
  • Half the population of the United States is located is within 550 miles of Columbus.
  • In 1910, Columbus became the destination of the world’s first commercial cargo flight when one of the Wright Brothers’ exhibition pilots, Phillip Parmalee, flew in 194 pounts of silk from Dayton to Columbus.
  • The original home of famous WWI ace Eddie Rickenbacker is located in Columbus’ Driving Park heritage district. Reconstruction is in progress.
  • Founded in Canton in 1920, the American Professional Football Association’s head offices were moved to Columbus in 1921 where they remained until 1941. The association was renamed to the National Football League in 1922.
  • The first woman to fly around with world was Ohio native Geraldine Fredritz Mock in 1964, leaving from Columbus and piloting the Spirit of Columbus.
  • The Scioto Riverfront houses a scale replica of Christopher Columbus’ Santa Maria, installed in 1992 to commemorate the 500-year anniversary of the discovery of America.

Columbus News

Protect those plants! Freeze warning issued for central Ohio. Parts of central Ohio are expected to suffer their first freeze early Tuesday as temperatures drop into the low 30s. The National Weather Service has issued a freeze warning for Delaware, Licking, Madison and Union counties from 3 a.m. to 9 a.m. Tuesday, and a frost advisory for Franklin, Fairfield and Pickaway counties from 2 a.m. to 10 a.m. The chilly weather will continue all week, with high temperatures only in the 50s and lows in the 30s. The Columbus Dispatch, Oct 16 2018 7:17 AM.

Merck to fund programs tackling rising pregnancy-related deaths. Merck has launched a new initiative to reduce maternal mortality, improve health outcomes and narrow disparities in maternal health in Columbus and other U.S. cities. In the United States, women giving birth in the 21st century are 2.5 times more likely to die of a complication of pregnancy or labor than women who gave birth three decades ago. The Columbus Dispatch, Oct 16 2018 2:44 AM.

Woman whose body was found burning in Upper Arlington park identified. Upper Arlington police on Monday identified the woman whose body was found burning Sunday near a walking trail in Burbank Park. Bobbie Renee Simpson, 23, was not a resident of Upper Arlington, Upper Arlington police community relations Officer Bryan J. McKean said in a news release Monday. The Columbus Dispatch, Oct 15 2018 10:21 PM.

Man killed in officer-involved shooting on the Hilltop. Franklin County Sheriff's Office deputies were not harmed during the incident, which happened around 11:40 a.m. at a home at 420 S. Wayne Ave. Family and friends, who gathered just beyond the police tape throughout the chilly and rainy afternoon, identified the dead man as Antonio Davila, 53. Davila lived in half of the two-story, Wayne Avenue duplex. Franklin County Sheriff Dallas Baldwin, in a brief news conference at the scene, said officers came to the house as part of an undercover narcotics investigation. The Columbus Dispatch, Oct 15 2018 5:55 PM.