• One Time House Cleaning

    Our professional cleaning company is a smart choice when it comes to a one-time house cleaning of
    your home.

    A one-time clean is especially useful for:

    •  Moving into a new home.
    •  Moving out of home.
    •  Staging a home for sale.
    •  Spring cleaning.
    •  Pre- or post-party.
    •  As a special gift for a friend or family member.

  • Our employees are compensated to deliver hard work and value. They understand our expectations around excellence in work, efficiency, thoroughness, care and courtesy.

  • One Time Cleaning Information

    We clean & disinfect your kitchen and bathrooms, dust throughout your home and vacuum & mop all floors. This service is billed at an hourly rate and an estimated range will be provided prior to service.

    Standard Service

    • Kitchen:

      1. Wipe outside of cabinets.

      2. Clean outside of appliances and range hood.

      3. Clean inside of microwave.

      4. Clean sink, faucet, counters and backsplash.

    • Bathrooms:

      1. Wipe outside of cabinets.

      2. Clean in and around toilet.

      3. Clean tub and shower, including glass doors.

      4. Clean counters, mirrors, sinks and faucets.

    • Throughout home:

      1. Dust all furniture, wood trim, pictures, wood blinds and fixtures reachable with stepstool.

      2. Empty all garbage.

      3. Shake-out or vacuum rugs.

      4. Vacuum all flooring.

      5. Damp mop all hard floors.

    Optional Services

    1. Clean insides of refrigerator (not freezer), oven or dishwasher.

    2. Vacuum and wipe down insides of cabinets.

    3. Change sheets on bed.

    4. Dust home electronics.

    Exclusions (for safety of property and crew)

    1. Cleaning ceilings, walls, garages or unfinished spaces (can damage finish).

    2. Moving beds, large appliances or heavy furniture (damage floors & crew safety).

    3. Cleaning metal or plastic blinds (damage issue).

    4. Emptying recycling or remove garbage from premises.

    5. Cleaning anything not reachable from a step stool or making the top bunk bed due to crew safety concerns.

    6. Washing dishes or clothes (damage issue).

    Preparing for Service

    1. Make sure your home is accessible by method discussed with office.

    2. Store any items you consider irreplaceable.

    3. Clear kitchen counters of items other than small appliances (coffee pots, etc.).

    4. Empty the kitchen sink.

    5. Clear off bathroom counters so they are ready to be cleaned.

    6. Pick up all clothing, toys and other items from floors.

    7. Unlock doors to every room that is scheduled to be cleaned.

    8. Make sure your indoor pets know we’re coming.

  • FAQs

    FAQs specific to one time cleaning.

    What cleaning products do you use?

    1. Bleach for toilets, showers and tubs.
    2. Degreaser, as needed in kitchen.
    3. Glass cleaner on mirrors.
    4. Hot water and an eco-friendly scented cleaner for everything else.

    Do you use my equipment or supplies?

    We supply all cleaning equipment (vacuums, dusters, buckets, mops, stepstools, etc.) and supplies (cleaners, microfiber rags, etc.).

    Can I supply my own products?

    Yes, you may supply any retail cleaning product you wish. Examples include Bona for wood floors, stainless steel polish for appliances, Pine-sol, etc.

    What is our appointment cancellation policy?

    We require cancellation at least 3 business days before your scheduled cleaning. Short-cancels can be difficult to fill and since we pay our teams even if you cancel, you will be charged for the cancellation.

    How do I make special requests

    Please call or email the office with special requests for your cleaning. Do not leave notes or tell our crews what you’d like done. Some of our crews speak English as a second language and may not understand your request.

    How do I pay?

    We require a credit card on file before service is provided. Your card will be charged approximately one day after your service.

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