Best 30 House Cleaning Services in Gainesville, FL with Reviews -
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By: Angela H.
Rub-A-Dub-Dub Cleaning Service
This is one of the best companies I have ever used and it shows in all parts of their work ethic. They are on time, always bring a pleasant and hard working assistant, and does an excellent job cleaning my home. I would trust them with the keys to the house anytime and always love the way my house sparkles when they are done. So glad I found them! I would highly recommend Rub-a-Dub-Dub to anyone in the Gainesville area.
By: Lillian K.
Merry Maids
I was moving out of my apartment and needed a good clean so I could get my deposit back. Not only did Merry Maids do an amazing job they got my deposit back for me! My old apartment looked amazing, everything was so clean. I hired them for my new place as an ongoing service and couldn't be happier!
By: dianedaniels
Mini Maid
I used Mini Maid twice, when my long-time cleaning person was temporarily unavailable. I was thrilled when they were able to fit me in so soon after I called. Three cheerful ladies arrived, worked quickly and left me with a spotless house. They did an especially good job with the patio, after I said I was having company and would use the space. Obviously, the cleaning people are trained well. I highly recommend Mini Maid, if you need good fairies to clean your house or office.
Tips & Advices
Many services offer long-term contracts that include regularly scheduled cleanings. These contracts sometimes, but do not always, result in discounted prices. Most cleaning services offer discounts in exchange for customer referrals.
Homeowners should review their cleaning service's damage/breakage policy. Some businesses compensate for damaged items, while others do not.
Not always. Before hiring a cleaning service, homeowners should confirm the company verifies its employees' identities and performs background checks. Those planning to hire a self-employed cleaner rather than go through a business should inquire about background check options available from their state's attorney general.
  • The annual costs. Weekly services quickly add up, and homeowners may need to pay additional taxes if they choose a self-employed cleaner.
  • Language barriers and miscommunications. Some professional cleaners might speak English as a second language .
  • Background checks and employment verification. Homeowners can be held liable if they employ a person not legally permitted to work in the U.S.
Some services charge more for pets while others do not. Regardless, homeowners should keep in mind that any pet-related cleaning, such as emptying a litter box, adds to the amount of time the service charges for.

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