How to Choose a Residential Cleaning Service
Need to make your daily chore load lighter? Well, the answer to all your stress is finding a house cleaning service that will keep your home sparkling clean. Here are questions to ask before you hire a residential cleaning service.
According to an article at gracefultouchcleaning.com, “What to Ask Before Hiring a Cleaning Service”
“Background and Drug testing
Don’t choose a cleaning service without asking if the company does criminal background checks or drug testing. The costly investment of criminal background checks and drug testing is only made by cleaning services that are serious about protecting their customers. Cleaning services that perform these forms of screening have a higher caliber of employees working in your home.
Ask to see the companies policies on types of payment they accept, their cancellation policy and if they offer a guarantee.
Ask if the cleaning service furnishes all the cleaning supplies and equipment needed to clean your home or if you are required to furnish all the supplies.
Ask the cleaning service for a cleaning checklist which will list all the services performed for each home cleaning. Make sure to ask if the cleaning company charges extra for services such as: washing dishes, making beds, changing sheets, washing baseboards, etc.
A good Cleaning Service should be:
Reliable: You don’t want to have to worry about when or if your maid/cleaner will show up. You should always have the peace of mind that the job will be done. In the event of illness or vacation, a quality maid service should always be able to send a replacement.
Honest: The maid/cleaner will be given unrestricted access to your home, and will also be in contact with your family, so it is important you have someone who is totally trustworthy and honest.
Hardworking: The whole point of using a cleaning service is to get essential cleaning and work done around the house. Therefore you need to go for a quality service with service providers who are fully trained and dedicated to quality.
Friendly: The maid/cleaner will be spending time in your home, and in some cases with your family, you need a person who is friendly and has a positive attitude towards work, you, and your family” To read the entire article click here.