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7. Immaculate Cleaners
4.6
from 12 reviews
4.6
(12)
  • 6 years in business
  • 15 hires on Thumbtack
"I loved immaculate cleaners. Berenice was a complete sweetheart, very efficient, friendly, and tuned into my needs. She was conversational but was definitely moving quickly still. I also didn't get charged for time- I was quoted up front and that's what I paid (plus tip). They helped me clean some garbage off the ground and even finish up packing the last few things (it was a move out clean, it was pretty disgusting when they arrived but I didn't think to take before pictures) which was very helpful. When I got my quote Berenice asked if I wanted the baseboards scrubbed. I told her I wasn't sure whether we needed it and she told me we can have a look and see what we think. On the day of the cleaning she looked at them, dragged a finger to check for dust, and told me that she'd clean them really good if I wanted but that I probably didn't need it. I really appreciated that she didn't try to upsell me as moving is already so expensive. She also really delivered with cleaning the refrigerator. Took the whole thing apart, scrubbed it, made it spotless where it was pretty gross before. The other cleaner she was with also scrubbed the hell out of the metal pieces on the stove- those things were pretty badly caked in baked on cooking splatter and she got a lot of it off. Having scrubbed them myself a few months ago, I was really impressed. The other woman who was with her was rather quiet, didn't seem to be keen on/proficient at speaking English, but definitely understood it as I and Berenice frequently addressed her in English and she had no trouble with it. Berenice spoke both languages natively it seemed anyway so it wouldn't really have mattered in the end, but I know sometimes not being able to communicate can cause delays or frustration. Anyway, both of them did a great job and even gave me some advice about moving and cheered up a very stressful day. I absolutely hope to hire them again in the future."
$140
estimated cost
10. Alvarez's House Cleaning
4.7
from 158 reviews
4.7
(158)
IN HIGH DEMAND
  • 14 years in business
  • 253 hires on Thumbtack
"Let me preface my review with, i openly requested a lot of work. I requested a deep cleaning and organizing and laundry. I asked several times if this was something they could accommodate they assured me it was. I have a three bedroom two bathroom apartment, tons of laundry that needed to be folded or hung up and a couple loads that needed to be washed and dried still. The quoted price was $325.00. When she and her husband got here I recognized I have hired her before, also my sister uses her services regularly. There was some familiarity. She got here on time, got right to work tackling 6 loads of clean laundry and sorting laundry still needing to be washed. I left for a bit, came back shed gotten my closet looking decent already! The husband was working on the bathrooms, awesome. I went to the grocery store so I could put stuff in the crock pot and stay out of their way, she said I needed more hangers, so I got some. Still a good day. I noticed the husband working on my daughters room, so they are very fast paced. Now here’s where I started having a problem, I noticed the room looked like my 7 year old had cleaned it. Things were still stuffed in the corners the toy box still had clothes in it, the dolls were still tossed about, under the bed still had water bottles. I figured maybe he does a clean up and she does the deep clean. I went back to work. A couple hours later I go back home to check in they are working in the kitchen and when I asked how things were going they replied just gotta finish up on here and we are done. I walked back to my daughters room and surely no one had done anything else in there. I walked to my sons room and it was the same half way rushed feeling. It was cleaner than it was when they got there, simply bc the bed was made and laundry was put away, but there was no deep cleaning done. There was no organizing, the baseboards went even cleaned. I pointed out a few things, like there still being egg on the dining room table, how I had requested organizing and clean, how the bathroom was not adequately cleaned. To their credit they did try to go over some areas, but honestly it would have taken them 5-7 more hours to actually clean how I was expecting. So after my concerns I asked so how much, since I made clear the job was not done I expected a response lower than the quote. She justified still charging me the $325.00 because it was a lot of laundry. They got to my apartment at 8am left at three. Overall if I was looking for a quick “company” clean the job done is good. But if you are looking for a deep cleaning I’d think twice or request an hourly price, i feel like paying a cleaner $46.00 an hour is excessive especially if they leave and it feels like the work is unfinished. She told me I was hard to please and she’s never experienced having a customer unhappy. I would say anyone paying a cleaning service has their reasons and if you can not meet the needs fully expressed before you take the job, then do not take the job. Found after she left, my oven was not cleaned, the stove top yes not my oven. I will not use her service again."
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How much do you pay for house cleaning?

Hiring a professional house cleaning service is a helpful way to have a healthy home even when your work and personal schedule is packed. House cleaning prices vary based on how many square feet your home is, how dirty your house gets, and how often the cleaning service comes. Some companies charge a set amount — such as 5 cents — per square foot, with a minimum amount, such as $100. The national average cost for house cleaning ranges between $110 and $150. Prices can be lower in areas with a lower cost of living, higher in big cities or affluent regions. You may save money by increasing the frequency of your house cleaning visits. Often a company will charge you less per cleaning when you schedule more cleanings per month. The cost advantage rewards your loyalty, and also reflects the fact that more frequent cleanings make it easier to maintain a high level of cleanliness in your home. A housecleaning service may charge more for the first visit or for one-time services than for recurring cleanings.

How can I get my grout clean?

Dirt, mildew and grime can make your grout lines look downright tragic. If you have the ability, DIY tile and grout cleaning is definitely doable. Your main obstacles are time, project size, availability of the right materials and effort. Your first step in tile and grout cleaning is making sure the surface area is cleaned of basic dirt and buildup and wiped down. Be sure not to use a bleach-based cleaning agent, which could react dangerously with the vinegar used in later steps.

Depending on the delicacy of your tile and grout, it may be wise to start with water and friction before proceeding to a cleaning solution. In the shower you can spray the area while brushing gently, or use a spray bottle filled with warm water on countertops or floors. If water won’t do the trick, try a solution of equal parts warm water and white vinegar, and repeat the gentle brushing motion. This combination should begin to lift dirt and grime from the grout. For additional tile and grout cleaning power, baking soda applied directly to grout lines and sprayed with your water vinegar solution can help suds off sticky grime. If your DIY cleaning solutions aren’t doing the trick, store-bought sprays and pastes may have more cleansing power. Rinse thoroughly after cleaning and enjoy your sparkling clean grout.

Tile and grout cleaning supplies include:

  • Old standard or electric toothbrush
  • Stiff bristle brush
  • Spray bottle
  • White vinegar
  • Commercial grout cleaner

How much does it cost to deep clean a house?

Deep cleaning a house goes beyond the surface level to clear out the dust, grime and gunk that’s collecting on the fan blades, hiding in the blinds, and built up inside the refrigerator drawers. Deep cleaning of a home or apartment costs more than regular house cleaning because it takes more time, effort, and cleaning products. You may choose to have a deep cleaning once or several times a year in addition to your standard cleaning services. You may have a one-time deep cleaning to prepare for company or to clean after a house party. Companies may charge an hourly rate or a price per square foot, or may offer you a flat rate after they have visited your home and estimated work time. The national average house cleaning price is $110-$150, with rates ranging higher for deep-cleaning services. Here are some examples of how a company may calculate their deep-cleaning prices:

  • 10 cents per square foot (compared with 5 cents per square foot for standard house cleaning).
  • $300 for a 3,000-square-foot home.
  • $25 per hour per worker for deep-cleaning services.

How do professionals clean tile and grout?

If you need tile and grout cleaning and don’t have the time or mobility for scrubbing your entire house on your hands and knees, it’s time to turn to the pros. Tile and grout cleaning professionals have industrial-grade machines designed for the sole task of cleaning the porous materials of grout and tile. Typically, a cleaning pro will come out to assess the job and provide you with a quote. Often they charge per square foot (for example, 75 cents per square foot), with higher prices or an hourly rate for areas that will need hand cleaning. The national average cost for tile and grout cleaning ranges from $190 to $250. Once onsite, the pros thoroughly clean the area by wiping or sweeping down and then vacuuming up any dry dirt. Next a chemical tile cleaner is sprayed over the surface, causing dirt to loosen and adhere to the spray; the industry term for this is “suspension.” The pros then clean the floor with professional-strength machines, which often use a combination of steam, brushes and vacuum to loosen, agitate and lift entrenched dirt. Your floor is then rinsed, removing all the spray. Usually a small room can be cleaned in under an hour. Applying a sealant afterward is recommend and will also affect cost.

How much does it cost to clean tile and grout?

The national average cost for tile and grout cleaning ranges from $190 to $250. Pros may charge a flat fee or by the square foot. Rates can vary depending on the type of tile and grout you have (more delicate tiles may mean specialized products or careful handwashing), how dirty your tile and grout are, and what part of the country you are in (regional labor rates and costs to do business affect costs). For example, one floor cleaning company charges 75 cents per square foot for tile and grout cleaning for projects that permit cleaning by machine. Another company may charge $30-$50 per hour for hand-cleaning of tiles. Companies often charge a minimum fee for services to ensure their business expenses are met when they accept a job, no matter how small. In addition, a tile and flooring cleaning professional may charge added fees, such as $25 or more, to move heavy furniture or appliances.

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