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Finding a Reputable Cleaning Service Keeping our homes clean and tidy can be an endless task that requires a good chunk of our spare time. If you feel like your life has revolved around vacuuming, changing bed linens, dusting, etc., using a home cleaning service could be the answer. Maid services are staffed by trained professional cleaners and offer a range of options, like from regular weekly or biweekly cleanings to special cleanings for “tougher” areas like the basement or garage, and even one-time cleaning for certain occasions. Of course, the results will boil down to the quality of the house cleaning service you decide to hire. Below are tips that can help you choose the best service for your needs: Interviewing Potential Cleaners
A 10-Point Plan for Services (Without Being Overwhelmed)
Before picking a certain cleaning service, it’s good to interview at least two or three different providers. Ask for a list of client references and do call these people. Don’t forget that house cleaners will be spending a good amount of time in your house. You should be comfortable with them and most importantly, you should be able to trust them. Cleaning Supply Policies
A 10-Point Plan for Services (Without Being Overwhelmed)
There are services that bring their own cleaning supplies (brooms, vacuum, cleaning solvents, etc.) when coming to home, but there are others that need you to have your own. To avoid confusion, just ask them outright. If they actually provide their own materials and someone in your family has hypersensitivity issues, make sure to tell them in advance. Defining Areas to Be Cleaned It’s wise to spend a little time writing down the parts of your home that you would like cleaned. The idea is to make sure that the cleaning service knows of any special requests you may have, and is willing to accommodate them. Special Charges Related to Type of Residence Sometimes, the type of home you have can affect your final charges. For example, if you live in a condominium or apartment, the cleaner may need a special clearance to access your unit. If you live in a duplex or townhouse, parking can be a problem for the cleaner, especially if there are many other units you share a single complex with. If your house is within a gated community, that can be a factor as well. This is the kind of surprise you wouldn’t want, so be sure to ask them about this before making arrangements. Discussing Payments in Advance Finally, never give any cleaning service your commitment until you have talked to them about payments – yes, even before the first cleaning. Either they already have an established system, or they may let you make suggestions. What’s most important is that both sides agree on the price, the payment schedule and the specific services to be provided.