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By: Sandi B.
Merry Maids
Laurie came to clean and she only half way did the living room, kitchen, one bedroom and a half bath. She did not dust everything and did not do a complete cleaning and she charged 500.00. Yes I should have inspected but I was outside when she got finished and that's my mistake.
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By: Elizabeth S.
Merry Maids
I called after my mother died so we could move into her house...The day before the appointment a guy came out to do a quote which I approved even though it was way to high in my opinion...the next day the 2 girls show up 15 min late then bring their stuff just inside my front door I showed them around and showed them what I wanted done...I then left them to start in a room while I continued going through another one (I had planned this to be a multiple visit project doing a few rooms at a time)...I did not hear any noises so I went to investigate...I find the girls had put away their stuff and were in the process of pulling off! When I went to see what was going on one of the girls said that the office would contact me...I called the office and was informed that due to a few dead roaches (I had fumigated the house the night before) that their girls could not do the job because it was "against OSHA regulations to sweep up a dead roach".... do not call Merry Maids!
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In most cases, clients are not required to provide cleaning supplies when working with a commercial cleaning service. However, this can vary from company to company, and it's important that you pay close attention to the service contract to get a sense of whether the cleaning company will foot the bill for these supplies. Necessary cleaning supplies may include mops, brooms, vacuum cleaners, grout brushes, scrubbing sponges, bleach, and all-purpose degreasers.
Most commercial cleaning companies offer free estimates, so customers should not typically have to pay for a quote. In many cases, the cleaning company will conduct a site visit to take a look at your property and get a sense of what will be required to complete the job. At the end of this visit, they'll provide a cost estimate for the task.
Pricing for commercial cleaning services can vary widely, with monthly charges running anywhere from $100 to more than $5,000. Some companies charge by the hour, while others have a fixed price for each cleaning. Costs will also vary depending on the size of the facility being cleaned; some companies charge by the square foot.
Commercial cleaning services typically do background checks on all employees, but you shouldn't take this as a given. If you're thinking about hiring a cleaning company, get confirmation that they perform employee background checks. Employees at cleaning companies have access to your property and valuables, so it's essential to work with a business whose employees have been screened for theft and other crimes.
Yes, most commercial cleaners will require you to sign a service contract. A basic contract should include the contact information for both parties, explain the services being provided, any timeline expectations, and payment amounts and due dates.

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