How to Hire a House Cleaning Service

Generally, a house cleaning service will charge based on the number of people doing the cleaning and the number of hours they spend in your home. Rates can vary depending on the square footage of your home, the frequency of cleaning, and the cleaning methods used. The cost of cleaning a 2-bedroom house may run between $250 and $500, and more if cleaners are required to repair wall marks or carpet stains. You should also look for a house cleaning company that uses eco-friendly cleaning supplies, which can cost an additional $5-10 per cleaning.

There are two types of house cleaning services: regular and deep cleaning. The former is meant to maintain basic housekeeping tasks and is typically performed weekly. The latter focuses on removing dirt and debris that have built up throughout the house. Regular cleaning includes wiping down floors, dusting, and removing clutter. Deep cleaning is a more involved process and may be needed at certain times of the year.

You can book a cleaning service online or by calling customer service to book an appointment. Many companies offer discounts for first-time customers, and you can ask for a discount if you’re a repeat customer. You can also ask for a free estimate before hiring a cleaning service. Just make sure to get several estimates from several companies to make sure you’re getting the right one.

Some house cleaning services offer discounts for monthly visits. This way, you’ll get better rates than if you’re not paying every month. However, if you have a lot of things to clean between visits, it’s a good idea to hire a cleaning crew that offers a flat monthly rate.

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