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... done. Subcontractors may not be covered under any liability insurance. Legitimate cleaning companies are covered by L & I insurance and their employees are trained to OSHA standards. On the other hand, ...
2. Insured & Bonded
(FAQs/FAQs)
Before you hire a cleaning service company, you should know if that company is insured and bonded. A cleaning company is responsible to carry liability insurance. This kind of insurance covers damage to ...
... or has an appointment that comes up. All the employees are trained, qualified and trustworthy. One person companies are less structured and they may take liberties that you can be uncomfortable with. They ...
4. Safety
(FAQs/FAQs)
... should make sure that your keys are protected and know who is coming to your house. Is it the same person every time? Where are the keys stored when you give them to the employee? The safety of you house ...
5. Is the company bonded and insured?
(Hiring cleaning service/Hiring cleaning service)
Before hiring a new cleaning service company, you should always check if the company is bonded or insured. In addition, you have to make sure that employees who are coming to your house are covered under ...
6. How do you pay for cleaning services?
(Hiring cleaning service/Hiring cleaning service)
Payment should be due at time of service. You may pay by cash, personal check or credit cards (if accepted). If you aren't home during the first visit, you will be asked for the full estimated amount. ...
7. Should I tip cleaning people?
(Hiring cleaning service/Hiring cleaning service)
If you are pleased with the service, I encourage you to show your appreciation to the staff. Gratuity is a powerful way to say, I appreciate your work. However, it is not required.  ...
8. Who is coming to my house?
(Hiring cleaning service/Hiring cleaning service)
Before you hire a cleaning service, you should know what kind of employees they have. Some cleaning companies do a background check before they hire a person. Employees should be insured and bonded. As ...
9. Is the business licensed?
(Hiring cleaning service/Hiring cleaning service)
There are so many cleaning businesses that are not licensed. Therefore, it means that they are probably not bonded and not insured as well. When you decide to hire an unlicensed cleaning company or individual, ...
10. Coffee or red wine spills
(How To Clean/Tips and Hints)
When a red wine or coffee spills on the carpet, remember to keep a bottle of soda handy. Pour a little over the wet stain, cover with an old clean white towel and press hard to absorb all the moisture. ...
11. Red wine stains
(How To Clean/Tips and Hints)
Remove red-wine stains from the bottom of a decanter by adding a few grains of rice and some distilled clear vinegar. Rotate gently and the abrasive action of rice will remove inaccessible deposits of ...