Prior to your cleaning services, in order to achieve the best result, we ask that your home be prepped for our cleaning associates.
(If the home is empty, please disregard)
Please pick up toys, junk mail, loose change, and whatever else found its way to your countertops. The less clutter you have around, the easier it will be for your house cleaner to focus on more important tasks, such as wiping down your baseboards and dusting your vintage Precious Moments figurines
Unless otherwise specified, most house cleaners don’t wash dishes or deal with food messes. Washing and putting away your dirty dishes will make it much easier for your pro to clean your sink and the surrounding areas. Plus, once everything’s all sparkling clean, you won’t have any additional chores to worry about.
It’s always wise to secure anything that could easily get broken. Accidents happen, and you don’t want your grandma’s favorite vase to come crashing down. If anything is especially valuable to you or needs to be cleaned in a specific way, let your pro know ahead of time.
Good house cleaner etiquette means crating your pup and keeping your kitties behind closed doors. Your animals might get in the way during a house cleaning, especially if they follow your cleaner around looking for scratches. Your house cleaner may also have allergies or phobias, so it’s best to be considerate and tuck away the fur babies until they’re finished.