At EH Clean, we work with a wide range of different clients with distinct wants and desires. Each customer has their own specific needs and we work very hard to accommodate everyone. We know that your house and your family is a priority for every time the cleaning team from EH Clean comes to clean your home.
So, here we are offering three important tips for house cleaning services to ensure that you're keeping your side of the street clean in this two-way relationship. These are brought to you from EH Clean, where our motto is always the same--"We don't cut corners, we clean them!" By stressing a quality, tailor-made cleaning service for all of our clients who demand the best, we have been able to build a strong and thriving business. We are owner operated and during the past 20 years we have gained a vast amount of knowledge, understanding and experience within all aspects of cleaning and it shows in our work.
If you want your house cleaner to focus on cleaning, it's smart to clear away clutter that would get in the way. Also, keep in mind that cleaners don't usually move furniture. If you want a hard-to-reach area cleaned, consider moving items out of the way ahead of time to make it accessible.
You may want to secure jewelry, valuables and highly fragile items, particularly if you're using a new service or if your cleaning company frequently rotates personnel.
Communication plays a vital role in successful house cleaning experiences. In the beginning or if you want to make changes, do a walk-through of your house and provide a written list of priority items to be cleaned.
Let your house cleaner know if there are particular products and supplies you want used.
Speak up if you have concerns about the quality of work. Poor communication is sometimes the source of unsatisfying experiences.
Be aware that house cleaners typically have limited time to complete their work. If you're present during the cleaning, allow workers to focus on their job as much as possible.
A well-intentioned offer of food, drink or conversation could actually hinder a busy house cleaner.
Hope to see you soon as a new or existing client!
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