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10/04/2015
By: Katherine D.
Complete Cleaning Service Of IRC
This cleaning service is below average. I believe that a one-time cleaning after a move-out would be one of the easier jobs. No furniture to work around, easy access, simple. My mom’s cleaning lady at the age of 56 and with a bad back does a better job. I expected to walk in and get a sense of clean and sparkly. I got a sense of a quick wipe down and they did not even do the front window sill. It had dust and some debris and that is the first thing anyone would see walking by. Not cool. And if you have a hardwood floor, do not use this company. I think their cleaning abilities are limited to a vacuum and a wet mop. The wood floor was one big milky smear. How could anyone hired to do this cleaning job, leave the floor looking like that? Not cool. And when I asked for someone to come back and do a good job, the assistant said it wasn’t their fault because I used some “Mop and Glow” type product on the floor. That was an absolute fabrication and it took two days of convincing that it was not Mop and Glow that caused the milky streaks. It was a dirty water wipe down and total irresponsibility. My advise: don’t use this company if your cleaning job requires more than a vacuum and a wet mop.
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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