Tuesday, December 21, 2010

How to find out if yuor house cleaning

Is Your Cleaning Service Cheating on You

Any experienced house cleaning service should be doing your baseboards  frequently. When you come home after your residential cleaning crew has been in you should check the baseboards for scuffs and or debris. If you find the  obvious presence of either, one you will know your house cleaning crew is  not doing their job.

Dust and Cobwebs
The most probable spots for cobwebs will likely be free, however you should check other places, such as room corners, ceiling, above cabinets, book cases, light fixtures, etc.

The bathroom is one area of the house where no skimping should be  admitted.

Germs, mold and bacteria can spread and really cause sickness if  not properly cleaned. The backside of your shower curtain, along base of  the tub and behind the toilet are the most often neglected areas.

Watch for  signs of mold, dust, and other substances in these areas.

Sometimes housecleaners will not move stuff around, make sure you check to see if they have cleaned areas such as shelves, tables, etc.

Open Doors
Do you have a room in your home where the door is constantly open? Dens,  game rooms and even living rooms sometimes have doors that are never  shut and residential cleaners may forget to clean behind the door! You  would be amazed how much dust and debris can build up in this area.

Couch or Love Seat
Another area to check is the furniture. Couches, love seats or chairs that  are frequently used should have the pillows pulled off and the dirt and dust  vacuumed away. Remember to check your house cleaning service for this  normally missed area.

The nice smell of a home after the cleaning crew leaves does not mean that it is clean. On your first interview with the cleaning company be sure to be clear on your demands and the price. After that follow these tips to make sure you are getting what you are paying for.

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