Hire A Cleaner
You know how it is. The mess just piles up in your home. There’s always something to clean – counters, floors, tubs, sinks, toilets, laundry. You try to stay on top of it, but it’s so hard when you’re busy with work, family, friends, chores… and sometimes you just need some time for yourself.
If you’ve thought about hiring a cleaner before, but aren’t sure how to approach it, here are some helpful tips.
Get a detailed quote
Make sure you know exactly how much the cleaner is charging, and what activities are covered under that rate. Often, there can be additional charges for things like: windows, inside the refrigerator, oven, high shelves or ceilings.
If you use Good Cleaners Finder, you can get an instant price online by putting in some information about your home. You can also add extras like “inside fridge”, “inside oven”, and “laundry” . The price you see is what you’ll pay.
Decide who to hire
Wherever you hire a cleaner, it’s important to make sure that you’re comfortable with them and you know what you’re getting for your money. It can be helpful to talk to them beforehand, and you should feel free to ask lots of questions. Make sure that they have liability insurance. Ask what happens, when something goes wrong? When the cleaner damage or breaks something.
With Good Cleaners Finder, it’s easy to find a local cleaning professional in your area. All Good Cleaners Finder cleaners are experienced and fully employed by Good Cleaners Finder. This means that they are fully insured and vetted.
Tell them what you want cleaned
When the cleaner comes, make sure you talk about what you want cleaned. You can walk them through your home and point out anything that requires special attention. If this is your first time hiring a cleaner and you’re not sure what is typical, you can also ask the cleaner what they consider part of a standard cleaning.
Hiring a cleaner is a great option to help get some time back and still enjoy a clean home. If you do want to try Good Cleaners Finder, you can book directly online or ask one of our experts to call you back