1.Reliable House Cleaners
I've been using this service for a while now and it's been great! I always forgot to leave a review, but no more haha I loved it and I'm sure you'll love it too.
2.Ace House Cleaning
I actually took credit for their work last week haha family was visiting and they asked how I got the place so clean. Little do they know I hired a service to clean the house... either way, let's forg
3.AAA Cleaning Pros
These cleaning pros sure know their way around a house! I called them after my older kid had a party and they did an amazing job. It wasn't the cheapest quote I got, but it's still a fair price and th
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6.Daystar Cleaning CoServing the Marianna, FL area
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Needed my carpets & tile cleaned and they came out same day and the price was cheaper than everyone else! Very nice too! I would highy recommend thenm to anyone!
7.Jill's Extreme Cleaning LLC
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- 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.