There is such a huge buzz for cleaning at the moment but as much as some of us try to keep on top of our homes a cleaner is sometimes still needed for those little jobs that we can just forget to do. Getting help with the cleaning has become more of a necessity for some busy families, not a luxury, and there are plenty of choices, from hiring an individual cleaner to hiring a cleaning company.
Letting a cleaner/cleaning company come into your home touch your belongings and invade on your private space can be hard for some. Once you have got your head around this and you make the decision to employ a cleaner/cleaning company you need to make sure you choose wisely.
You need complete trust in the cleaner/cleaners you choose and need to feel comfortable that you are leaving your home in safe hands.
1 – Do your research
2 – Check references, ask for them to give details of people they are currently work for and ask if you can contact them. A good cleaner will off course so yes.
3 – Check reviews on social media groups and look for testimonials on their website.
5 – Arrange a pre visit so you can meet with them and ask these questions
Most of my friends have a cleaner and I would say that 50 % of them aren’t too happy but just stick with it. Remember this is your home and a service you are paying for so it needs to be right. You want to come home from work a to a house that shines. If you are not happy with your cleaner/cleaning service you need to speak up and provide evidence that the job is not being done correctly. Take photos of areas that have been missed so you can back up your compliant.
If all of this just sounds like to much hassle then remember my socials and blog are here to help you. Use my tips and tricks, follow my daily hashtags and try my 5 Minute Challenge or download my monthly monthly cleaning calendar and do a daily task that ensures all the major jobs are being completed.
Better still if you love cleaning you can make a good honest living from it and set up your own little business , keep fit and enjoy the benefits of being self employed.