Whether you are picking an individual maid or a 2-3-person team, it makes sense to contract only with duly incorporated and fully legal businesses in your area. Don’t fall for cheap offers from individual folks on the block.
But how do you compare companies? Here’s a couple of things you need to look into.
1. Pick a reputable service provider
Any house cleaning team must have at least some references from their previous customers. The lack of such is a bad thing.
2. Screening for employees
You need to openly ask the company about the ways they use for screening, training and supervising their staff. There’s nothing wrong about it since you just want to understand what kinda folks you are going to work with.
3. Specific types of services
Most cleaning businesses will be able to do the usual bucket list which includes vacuum-cleaning, dusting, bathroom cleaning, trash removal and recycling. But you might need to ask them to do bigger jobs, like deep cleaning your favorite rug, before/after construction clean-ups and upholstery sprucing.
Make sure that you ask the candidates about their capabilities in these areas since this will help you to make the right choice.