Preparing to Hire A Cleaning Service
First, you'll want your home to be in good shape to begin with. You don't want to incur higher costs of cleaning if your home is a disaster, so take the time and get it organized and how you WANT it to be when the service is providing the service.
Second, you are going to want to list out your expectations, per room. This is no small task but is important for you AND for the person coming in to your home to clean. Perhaps you have 'private' zones that you don't want the service cleaning or you have certain products or methods of cleaning that you expect them to follow. Maybe you have a certain order that you want the rooms clean - company areas first and personal areas secondary.
Third, you are going to want to list out the qualifications that are important to you. Is the company being Better Business Bureau approved important? Is having them licensed and bonded important? Is having it be a close friend important? Perhaps you don't want 'strangers' in your home. Perhaps you would rather have strangers in your home. What are their cost break down per job that you want done. Sometimes washing windows in and out is more expensive than the entire rest of the house.
It helps knowing ahead of time what YOUR expectations are and what THEIR expectations are. You can never be too thorough, either. Good luck making your choice!
Make it a great one!
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