Most people wouldn’t consider a weekend cleaning a home to be their idea of fun…but does hiring a professional seem completely out of the scope of financial possibility? While live-in maid services can get to be pricey, other professional house cleaning options aren’t as expensive as you might think.
Read on to see what the different costs and options are to hire a house cleaner.
Live-in House Keeping Services
Having a live-in house cleaner will definitely be the most expensive house cleaning cost. Think about it…you essentially will have a full-time employee!
Live-in housekeepers do more than just ensure your home is kept in tip-top cleanliness. Many live-in housekeepers will also help with grocery shopping, cooking, and other errands.
The cost for this type of service is between $30,000 to $60,000. Make sure to communicate what the expectations are and the kind of duties you would like to see accomplished if you decide to go with this route.
Full-time professional house cleaners will have all their own supplies and come in weekly if not more to clean your home. The pricing will vary greatly by how large your home is, where you are located, and the kind of cleaning you require, but you can expect it to cost you between $1,200 and $2,500 per month.
With most companies though, if you would like to hire a house cleaner who is full-time, you can expect to negotiate the price if necessary.
Weekly and Bi-Weekly Options
Weekly and bi-weekly cleaning might be the best option for those that have busy schedules and don’t want to break the bank, but want to keep their home as clean as can be!
Pricing for this type of cleaning ranges from $75 to $200 per week and $100 to $250 every other week.
Independent cleaning contractors are often hourly and can range in price from $12 to $25 per hour. However, if you have personal connections you most likely can even better price options.
These cleaners can come in whatever consistency you would like (depending on their schedule as well, of course) and can do only specific kinds of cleaning if you so desire.
Cleaning companies will cost more per hour (often around $30 to $60 per hour) than an independent contractor, but will likely have insurance and more experience in proper cleaning methods.
These kinds of cleaning services can be tailored exactly to the needs of their clients. Cleaning options include: consistent cleaning schedules weekly, bi-weekly, or monthly. As well as one-time deep cleans that can be perfect for events, baby homecomings, or a home that needs a little extra attention.
Move-in or move-out cleaning services are also often part of the offerings of professional cleaning companies. Be sure to let them know exactly what it is you are looking for, and take a look at the reviews of the company to be sure customer satisfaction is something they are known for!
Ready to Hire a House Cleaner in Your Area?
Now that you have a good idea of what the different prices for house cleaners are depending on your needs, you are ready to hire a house cleaner in your area! Make sure to keep in mind your budget, your cleaning goals, and the testimonials of the cleaners your find.
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