Tips for choosing a House Cleaning Company

Did you know that house cleaners Do Not have to be licensed to work in Pennsylvania, nor does the law require them to carry insurance or be bonded, which means a customer will not be reimbursed for any property that is missing or broken after the housecleaner leaves his or her home. Anyone can have a website/business card that he is a cleaner. If a company or individual is not willing to give you a certificate of insurance from an insurance carrier then don't hire them.

·Request to be made certificate holder of a cleaning company, You
will have the certificate coming from the insurance company not the cleaner and you will be notified if coverage has been dropped or changed

· Make sure both parties agree exactly what is expected of the cleaners

·Decide who is responsible for cleaners or vacuums

·Make sure you know what day of service is yours( there maybe penalties attached )

·You are responsible if you hire private cleaners and they fall on your property and are injured

·You are also responsible for all of their taxes should they apply for unemployment

Cleaning Tip of the Month


Spring Cleaning Decluttering Tips:

1. Declutter for 15 minutes everyday: you will be surprised at how much you can do by doing it a little at a time.

2. Don’t allow  things into your house in the first place. Whether you started decluttering you home or not, stop bringing new stuff now. This way, when you do get to decluttering your existing stuff, you have already                                                   stopped making it worse.

3. Donate stuff your decluttering so you don’t feel bad about wasting it.

4. Create a goals chart with decluttering on it- make it for either daily or 3 times a week. as you do it check off the days and you will feel like you have accomplished something.

5. Start at the corner by the door and work your way around the room.

6. Whenever you boil the tea kettle for tea, tidy up the kitchen if its already tidy then go on to the next room.

7. Declutter one room (include the closets, desks, cabinets etc.) before you start the next one.

8. Have someone(who you trust) help you go through things. they don’t have the emotional attachment but can still recognize if something should be kept or discarded.

9. Make your storage space smaller.

10. Have a garage or yard sale, take the proceeds and donate it to a worthy charity or treat yourself to a night out.

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