Here are some of the most common questions I get asked during home cleaning.
What do I need to know before I start?
A quick checklist:1.
Do you have a job?
If so, you’ll want to check if your job involves housekeeping or cleaning.
If not, you can check out this handy online job search tool.2.
Can I be hired on my own time?
Yes, you could be.
There are companies that hire on your own time, and if you need help with a specific project, you might find someone who can take care of it. 3.
Will my home be clean?
Depending on where you live, whether it’s in a small town, a bigger city or a sprawling metropolis, the first thing you’ll need to check is your home’s sanitation.
Is it safe?
Is your home safe?
Yes, it’s important to check this before you start.
What should I wear?
If you live in a big city, you probably already know what to wear.
It’s important that you bring all of your personal hygiene items with you.
Is the house clean?
Is it a home?
If not then check your home to make sure it’s clean.
If it’s not, there’s a chance it’s contaminated.
Do I have to clean the whole house?
You don’t have to have a big shed, but it’s best to make certain your home is free of stains and mould before you get started.
Do the stains come out?
If your house is in a city, it may come out.
If your home doesn’t come out, it means there’s something wrong with it and it’s time to get rid of it yourself.
Is there a risk of infection?
Yes you can get infections if you come into contact with mould, and your house could also come into direct contact with your kids’ play area, or if you wash the house regularly.
Are there any health risks?
If it’s been a while since you’ve been home, and you’re not squeamish about touching your dirty hands, there are no known health risks.
How much money will it cost?
The best advice for home cleaning is to check with a professional before you begin.
However, there is a good chance your home could cost more than you think.
Are you a professional?
If this is the first time you’ve attended a home cleaning, then you probably want to consider an experienced home cleaner.
The most common professional is a professional who cleans homes in the UK and around the world, such as a certified home cleaner, who will look after your home.
Is your house free of mould?
If not, then check whether your home has a cleaning kit that can help remove mould and other foreign matter.
Is my home safe and secure?
It depends on the type of home you live.
If you live near a large city, a big house or a rural home, you’re likely to have access to a lot of dust and mould.
How safe is your house?
If a house has mould, you may need to consider whether it can be cleaned up by a professional.
Do people like it?
If there are people who love your house, then chances are you’re going to enjoy the attention it provides.
How long do you have to finish?
If you’ve lived in a house for a while, chances are it’s going to last longer than the average person’s.
If a house isn’t used for long periods, you should be able to move on. 18.
Are they responsible?
If they don’t clean your home on your terms, you have the option to pay them to do so.
However if you do pay them, you will probably have to take them to court.
What if I don’t like the cleaning?
If the house you’ve cleaned is dirty, you shouldn’t be expected to clean it.
However you might want to take steps to get things done yourself, so if you don’t agree, then contact your local council to talk to the local staff.
Can people come in?
If someone is coming in to clean your house and you don´t want them, then it’s possible to arrange a cleaning for free.
You’ll need a cleaning pass, and the cleaning pass can be used at the door to allow visitors to enter.
Will I get charged for cleaning?
It’s likely you won’t be charged for the work you do. 22.
Can they come in if I’m busy?
It can depend on the length of your stay, and whether you want to leave or stay longer.
You might want your guests to come to your home, but not the whole place.
Is a cleaning fee