Cleaning That Meets Your Schedule
Weekly / Bi-Weekly Cleanings
Setting up ongoing cleaning is simple. It starts with an email or a phone call to us, we will ask you a few questions about your home, what your are looking for, whether you have had cleaning service in the past. Who referred you? We will set up an in home consultation/estimate so we can customize your cleaning to your unique home, and give you specific pricing information. The first visit to your home is to get everything clean and ready for weekly, bi-weekly, monthly service. This First Time Clean is a larger clean, we will have 2 staff members cleaning, and we charge hourly for this visit. We will look at your home with you to determine what needs to be done.
This cleaning service is ideal for:
Move Out/ Move In Cleanings
Preparing Home for Sale
You can set up a One-Time Cleaning by email or phone. Our One-Time Cleanings require credit card information to book, and there may be a deposit required. Move Out Cleans are subject to availability. Our ongoing client schedule does not always allow for next day service so please plan ahead. Any home that gets a One-Time Deep Cleaning from us is welcomed to establish regular ongoing services. If there has been a delay of over a month between your deep clean and starting ongoing service, your first visit may cost more then our ongoing service rate for your home. We will work with you to make sure you get the service you desire.
Selling Your Home?
Whether listing with a Realtor, or listing your home yourself, presentation is everything. We will help you by doing a deep clean throughout the home before your open house, and keeping it clean on an ongoing basis for showings.
If you are in the midst of moving to a new home, your focus will most likely be on your destination-where you're going, not where you're leaving. Unfortunatley, you're not paying much attention to the old homestead, with its all-too-familiar stains, spots, and smears. You hardly even see them anymore, but you can be sure that landlords, brokers and potential buyers will notice.
If you are working with a Realtor, be sure to ask for their honest opinion about what needs to be done in your home. Often times de-cluttering, and de-personalizing, along with deep cleaning can make all the difference, helping buyers see the potential in your home, and allowing them to picture themselves living there, not you.