When you have a busy schedule house cleaning is the last thing that you will need so you need a professional company to come clean your house weather it is daily, weekly , fortnight or on a monthly basis here are the factors that you will need to consider when finding the right maid service for your house;
First you need to let them come and give you a free quotation so that both parties know what should be expected before the job starts. Ask them exactly what they offer in their services and they have additional services which include just sweeping and mopping and if they include services like,laundry,ironing,walls,babysitting and shopping.
Eliminate companies that are not bonded and insured because if any accident happen during cleaning or theft occurs while the service is there, a bonded or insured company will take the responsibility if its not then the responsibility will be yours as the homeowner.
Contact the potential services to ask if their maids are legal residents and what type of background checks they have gone through screening, make sure the maids are responsible and haven’t committed any crimes. Choose a company that offers one flat fee as opposed to a per hour charge as with per hour charge, you run the risk of the maids moving slower in order to collect a bigger pay check.
Avoid letting the cheapest price be your determining factor as they may be a reason why it’s less expensive than others and chances that they are taking some sort of short cuts or they have a bad reputation. Ask which kind of chemicals they use during the cleaning process because if you have children, pets or allergies knowing what’s in the cleaning stuff is essential. Choose a company that provides a guarantee of satisfaction as these types of services which take pride in their offerings will make sure you are happy and will ensure that any issues you have are received and taken care of promptly.
Also ask who will be cleaning your house is there only one person or a team and is there a trained team leader on-site all the time. Ask them if they have training programmes for the cleaners and discuss breakage upfront so that you know who should be responsible for that.