Hiring a house cleaning service is supposed to make your life easier, not more difficult. The relationship between client and the company should be a “win-win” alliance, and here are some tips for making it so.
- Define the Job
It will be far easier for both you and your cleaner when the expectations are spelled out and mutually understood right from the start.
- Be Prepared to Pay a Fair Price
There are many factors that go into calculating a fair price for cleaning your home. This includes for the initial cleaning and then for the ongoing weekly or bi-weekly cleaning. Payroll is the major cost to a service. You want to make sure that the people they hire are trustworthy, professional and dependable.
In addition to payroll costs your cleaning service has other overhead expenses: transportation to and from your home, payroll taxes, including FICA, FUCA and state unemployment taxes, supplies and equipment, marketing expenses and this is just a few. I could go on and on. It is not unusual for it to cost $30 to $40 just to get the team their and they haven”t even started to clean yet!
The really important factor relative to your cleaning fee is that you get good value for your money and that should be more than just a good cleaning job.
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