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Residential Cleaning Services Contract Based Services by JeanAnne sunny

The name cleaning is not as simple and easy as it sounds. People in this day and age need help with cleaning their houses and they need to give it a brand new look.Professionals have always understood a customers needs and requirements.They chalk out a plan and decide what kind of cleaning each room needs.Every cleaning company feeds on customers and clients feedback and options.Professionals have always been there for their clients when in crisis and have always given them a variety of options.

Cleaning walls, washrooms, floors, carpets and vehicles are apart of the services offered by the residential cleaning services.Cleaning of walls and carpets are the most common services people have often used on a very day basis.These services have often left their walls clean and looking brand new.The updated tools and methods of cleaning and removing the toughest of stains.

The methods used in cleaning every bit of furniture or object have improved and have become up market.All the techniques used in cleaning an object or furniture are eco friendly methods that avoid making a person sick. Professional cleaners have began using steam to clean the carpets and the floors.Steam helps remove the stains a lot faster.All the windows and doors are cleaned with great effort and care.The professional cleaners plan their cleaning carefully and divide every task to each team member.

Every professional cleaner is trained and taught how to clean every object with proper care and with professionalism.They are trained to clean with efficiency and with great detail to removing every stain. These services have a different kind of dusting things around the object.The techniques used for dusting are not like the regular dusting people do with a cloth. Dusting is done with special organic products that make the wood shine.

The cleaning services have a one month contract with every company or household that is often renewed whenever wanted.The wood is polished and cleaned until a person can see his or her face in it.All these services take great care of their customers and have always been accessible at their doorstep.All the cleaning companies started out as small units that have now expanded and grown all over the world. People have always been at ease with these services and have never changed their minds or given a second thought about stopping.

Accidents or stealing often happens when a burglar gets into the house.Its something people are not to be blamed for but are always held responsible for being careless.Getting the house insured along with the valuables lying in the cupboards is needed.The insurance companies like the cleaning services are responsible in helping restore a home.People have often wept and grumbled about the safety but very little that can be done once things are gone.

When it comes to cleaning, people are often inquisitive about the cleaning products used and have often asked the experts the products they use to clean every object or furniture.The products are harmless and have often been tested and inspected before use.Most cleaning companies have often asked every household if there are children or other people who are allergic to some kind of product.These companies depend on people for work and are always looking out for more. Cleaning is something has become a part of people’s lives and for most it’s their bread and butter.It’s a fact that people abroad unlike the Indians who have help, do their own cleaning and washing

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What you need to know

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Paying for housecleaning can buy you some much-need leisure time. Here, Yareli Gonzalez of Wendy’s Cleaning Service polishes a bathroom mirror as she cleans a Denver home. (Cyrus McCrimmon, The Denver Post)

Even when you live by yourself, keeping a house clean and tidy is a chore. Factor in a spouse or roommate — let alone children and four-footed creatures in sundry feral states — and the task becomes a true job, one that often feels never-ending.

That is why more than a few people throw in the dish towel and hire a housekeeper. Yes, it’s a bit of a luxury and doesn’t happen for free. But some folks find the extra leisure time bought by hiring professional help well worth the price.

Like any service, there are questions to ask and points to work out before bringing a vacuum- and mop-bearing stranger into your home. It’s a position of trust, just like hiring a babysitter, contractor or income-tax preparer.

How to hire a housecleaning service for your home. Yareli Gonzalez of Wendy’s Cleaning Service dusts the blinds as she cleans a home in Denver on Tuesday, April 8, 2014. (Cyrus McCrimmon, The Denver Post)

“I was reluctant to hire someone to clean my house at first,” says Jan Morse, who lives in south Denver. “I grew up in Wisconsin, and it was sort of a point of pride that you did that yourself. But when we had our second child it just became overwhelming for my husband and me.

“So we hired the same housekeeper a friend recommended and it’s made a world of difference,” Morse says. “Just having clean floors and countertops and stove is huge.”

There are two basic type of housekeepers: independents who work on their own, and those who work for companies. With independent contractors, you might be responsible for issues of work eligibility and withholding taxes, which you won’t be if you hire through a company.

Either way, make sure the cleaner is bonded and insured, for their protection as well as yours. (Bonding will help if the housekeeper damages something in your home; an insured worker can keep you off the hook for liability in on-the-job accidents.)

Some people arrange for weekly visits from a cleaning service. But unless you have a houseful of kids and pets, once every two weeks or monthly might be enough. Some people only bring in a housekeeper once a year, say, before the guest-intensive holiday season gets underway in late November. Hiring a one-time cleaner before a move is also common.

Services are negotiable, though many housekeepers don’t clean windows, particularly exterior ones. Others draw the line at anything involving heights.

Wendy Buytas has been in the housekeeping business since 1998. She launched her company soon after she started college. “After two years it got so big I needed to hire someone else, and eventually it was large enough that I needed to focus exclusively on the business,” she says.

Buytas works mainly in residential homes, save for a few commercial clients such as hair salons and a couple of restaurants.

Like many pro housekeepers, her agenda revolves around basic cleanliness: sweeping, dusting, mopping and sink-and-tile work. Her firm concentrates on kitchens, beds and baths, and floors.

“We sometimes work out extra services,” Buytas says. “Some people want their refrigerators or ovens cleaned once or twice a year. And we’ll organize closets.”

Housecleaners will provide services you might not think of: They’ll pick up clothes and fold them, a boon for anyone with teenagers. They will typically agree to do wash-and-dryer cycles, and will hand-wash dirty dishes.

But there are limits. MaidPro of Denver has a policy where its workers aren’t supposed to climb up anything taller than a two-step stool. And Buytas remembers a client who asked a worker to clean a chandelier by standing on a stepladder placed atop a glass-topped table. That request was declined.

One advantage of using a housekeeping service is the level of training good ones give employees.

“We hire our own staff and put them through a thorough two-week program,” says Matt Sherman, who owns MaidPro in Denver, which employs 30 service professionals in the field. “We go over everything about our products and equipment and what they can and cannot use on various surfaces.”

If you have dear or delicate items in your home, ask about how they will be cleaned — and don’t be shy about saying you don’t want them touched.

“Some people don’t want us going into a china cabinet, while others have us carefully take items out piece by piece to clean,” Sherman says. “It’s always good to ask that question. If you have something exotic like natural marble, you want to let someone know about that.”

Accidents happen, but bonded services will pay for normal accidents, such as an errant mop handle hitting something.

After doing background checks and vetting workers, it’s important to do a walk-through with them in your home, pointing out areas of concern. Like so many things, you want to get it in writing. A contract should address expectations, job standards, what is to be paid and when.

“The whole point of hiring a housekeeper is to outsource some of the stress in your life,” Sherman says. “You don’t want to swap one source of stress for another.”

William Porter: 303-954-1877, wporter@denverpost.com or twitter.com/williamporterdp

Beyond mops and brooms. Here are some things to consider. Fees: Prices vary. Some cleaners charge by the hour, others a flat rate that is established after an initial walk-through and assessment of what the job entails. Basic cleaning — sweeping, dusting and scrubbing? Washing, drying and folding laundry? Interior windows? Rates range from $20-$35 an hour to $75-$85 flat rates per visit. More frequent intervals will drive down the cost a bit.

Background checks: This is a position of trust. You are letting a stranger into your home. Check professional references. If hiring a private contractor, it’s advisable to check work eligibility. As an employer, you are required to have a completed I-9 form (employment eligibility verification) when the housekeeper is hired. You can download a form from the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services website at uscis.gov/portal/site/uscis.

The walkthrough: This is where you and the cleaner hash out expectations. Common tasks include sweeping, mopping, vacuuming, changing bed linens, dusting, washing dishes and laundry. This is where a document signed by both parties is useful. Good housekeepers will have a checklist for each client.

Questions to ask: Does the housekeeper have references? Are they bonded and insured? Is the person legally able to work in the U.S.?

Children and critters: If you have pets, are the cleaners allergic to them? If children will be in the house, both they and the housekeeper should understand the standards for interaction. (Don’t ask the housekeeper to take on babysitter functions, and the kids should not be underfoot when the job is underway.)

Products and equipment: If you hire an independent contractor, you can have some leeway in what products are used. If a company provides the housekeeper, ask the company about their products. Progressive ones are using eco-friendly, biodegradable products these days. Stepstools, mops, vacuums and other equipments will typically be provided by the cleaner.

Employee relations: Civility and courtesy are essential when dealing with housekeepers, just as in any workplace. Communicate. Nip any problem or misunderstanding in the bud.

Payment: Housecleaners should be paid on the day of service, barring any prior arrangements. Tips are appreciated, especially if a special job was taken on, such as cleaning up after a New Year’s Eve bash.

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Maid for Mommy Gives House Cleanings to Women Fighting Cancer

By Stacey Schwinghammer



Carteret, New Jersey – June 16, 2015 – Maid for Mommy is a cleaning company since 2007 that has teamed up with Cleaning For A Reason, an international nonprofit foundation. The company is dedicated to helping make family life easier and focuses on giving great quality services at reasonable rates. The company offers a 100 percent satisfaction guarantee to all clients. At Maid for Mommy, there are four promises that are made to their clients: to clean the home BETTER than expected, to be courteous and friendly at all times, to support the client’s family and pets with a clean place to live in, and to listen to feedback and respond quickly.

Owner Paul Ferreira states, “Cleaning For A Reason’s mission is very close and dear to us. One of our cleaners was diagnosed with lung cancer last year. Her energy, love, and amazing personality made her a favorite among our customers. She is still bravely fighting this horrible disease with a smile on her face and a warm hug to everyone. Maid for Mommy wants to give back to our community by helping people like her. These women who are dealing with health issues caused by cancer and even the treatments need a helping hand.”

The company has agreed to help women battling cancer by cleaning at least two homes per month for four consecutive months at no charge. The only requirement is that the homes be within the company’s existing service areas of Central and Southern New Jersey and its surrounding areas. For more information about this company, go to www.maidformommy.com.

Cleaning For A Reason strives to aid women who are battling cancer by teaming up with professional cleaning companies across the United States and Canada. Together, these two forces offer free house cleaning to meet the needs of women, and since 2006, have donated more than $4.7 million in free services, helping more than 17,000 women with cancer. Based in Lewisville, TX, Cleaning For A Reason works with more than 1,200 residential cleaning companies and continues to grow and gain support. To learn more about Cleaning For A Reason and to apply for free house cleaning, see www.cleaningforareason.org.

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After the Holidays

Ahhhh, the holidays…

The cleaners came, spruced up the house, and went on their merry way. The guests arrived, marveled at your sparkling home and shining decorations, celebrated with you to hearts content and left; with any luck, not leaving behind too big of a mess; if not, no problem. The cleaners came again, did what they do best, and continued on their merry way. Now it’s time to put those feet up on that couch and enjoy the real vacation – the one we all need after those festivities- while putting off that daunting task of packing everything away.

If you’re one of the many Americans who still enjoy the tradition of putting up a natural Christmas tree, then you’re already well aware of all the upkeep that comes with it. The watering of the trunk and the vacuuming after the pine needles are just a few of the side-effects that come with the perk of the smell of a real Christmas. As the days go by well beyond the 25th of December, you’ll start to notice something. The ornaments begin to sag, and the tree begins to look glum. Almost as if were as sad at the fact that the holidays are over or relieved, and it’s ready to drop its load .Tired as we are, we tend to ignore it, until of course we start noticing the parade of them going into the sidewalk.

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Bathroom Cleaning Tips

While most people believe the toilet is the only area that is filled with germs they are wrong. Below is a list of some of the most commonly overlooked areas.

Bathroom Cleaning Tips

These areas carry the most germs.

  • Toilet Handle
  • Soap Dispenser
  • Floor surrounding toilet
  • Door Knob

The handle is where most of the germs live on the toilet exterior. An easy fix in your home is to wipe the handle daily. Close the toilet seat cover when you flush. Germs can be propelled into the air when the toilet is flushed.

There’s no such thing toilet that is too clean.


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Winter Cleanings

Winter cleanings are imperative to the proper maintenance of your home’s appearance. This is the time of year when housekeeping services find a heavier accumulation of dust. Most NJ maids can tell you this is due to the home being closed up tight to prevent the chill from entering. This lack of ventilation creates an atmosphere where dust gathers more deeply behind and beneath furniture. Calling a reputable house cleaning service to give your home a proper winter cleaning can prevent overexposure to dust and allergens. When the heaters are running more, the oven is baking more and visitors are in and out for the holidays, it is only to be expected that one would see the need for the best NJ maid service to come in and give the home a good winter cleaning. 

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Winter Cleanings after the holidays

One may be familiar with the idea of spring cleaning, but perhaps winter cleaning after the holidays may be just as, or even more, essential. This time of the year is optimal for doing a thorough clean of your living space for many reasons. For instance, when spring arrives, it is may be tempting to forgo one’s responsibilities in favor of leisurely activities outdoors. Additionally, some individuals may make New Year’s resolutions regarding “de-cluttering” and simplifying one’s life. Make the transition into the new year more smooth by de-cluttering and cleaning your home.

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Winter Cleaning

Let’s face it. Winter can be a very messy time of year. Between mud, slush, snow, sand and salt being tracked into the house and getting all over your vehicle it can be a cleaning nightmare. But if you take some basic preventative steps you can extend the life of your car carpets, and even your sidewalks.


Start with your car. You need to get to work, and to get the kids to school or the bus stop. Even when the roads have been cleared sand and salt are getting on the car. This will eventually cause rust which can reduce the life of the car and even endanger you and your children in the case of an accident. One simple step to keeping the car’s exterior relatively clean on a daily basis is to kick loose all the slush that builds up in your wheel wells. This will keep it from building up to the point of coming in contact with the tires and also improves the overall appearance. When you have a thaw, take the car to be washed, and make sure that you include the undercarriage. This will remove the caked on sand, salt, mud slush and the like that has been building up.

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