Do you know the difference between a professional cleaning company vs individual cleaning housekeeper? Let’s look at key points to consider when deciding between cleaning company vs housekeeper.
According to an article at care.com, “Cleaning Service Benefits”
Before you hire anyone, figure out what you want done in your house. Create a list of the things you need cleaned and how often. (Use this cleaning checklist to get you started.) Then make sure whichever option you go with can fulfill those needs. Is the housekeeper capable of washing windows? Will the cleaning service fold your laundry?
How much you pay for a cleaning depends on a lot of different factors: where you live, the size of your home, how often you need it cleaned, how much it needs to be cleaned, etc.
“While it might be counter-intuitive, I have found that cleaning services often offer lower across-the-board costs than long-term housekeepers might,” says Beth Alcazar, a mom and cleaning enthusiast, who blogs at the Neat Get Neater. But every situation is different.
If you have a tight schedule and need your house cleaned quickly, a company might be more efficient. They often provide a team of cleaners who come in at once to scrub your home all at once.
Some housekeepers have been in business for years, but if someone is just starting out, they may not know all the cleaning tricks. When you work with a company, cleaners are usually trained to assure a high standard of efficiency and professionalism. Whoever you work with, make sure you’re happy with the quality of the work. If not, speak up. You’re allowed to ask for something to be re-cleaned.” To read the entire article click here.