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Answers to commonly asked questions from the experts on Thumbtack.

What’s the best way to set up a consultation or an appointment with a house cleaner during the COVID-19 pandemic?

The best way to set up a consultation with a house cleaner during the COVID-19 pandemic is by using virtual, online tools. Start by performing an online search for local house cleaners. Message them to set up either a phone call or video call to perform a consultation. During this call, they can give you recommendations and may be able to estimate the cost of their services. Be sure to discuss whether they accept virtual payments and any precautions they can take to perform the job safely.

Can I use digital payments to pay for house cleaning?

Not only do many house cleaners accept digital payments through platforms like Zelle, PayPal, Square Cash, Google Pay, Venmo and more, but this may become more common as the COVID-19 pandemic pushes more service workers to digitize. This means you can pay your house cleaner without making physical contact or handling money. 

If cleaning is absolutely essential during the current crisis, consult with the house cleaner beforehand to ensure a safe monetary transaction that complies with current government guidelines and recommendations for social distancing.

How can I find out if a house cleaner is considered an essential COVID-19 service provider?

A house cleaner is generally not considered an essential service sector during the coronavirus pandemic. To find out which services are considered essential, visit your city and state government, and read their guidelines. A national list of essential service providers can be found on CISA’s Identifying Critical Infrastructure During COVID-19 site. This webpage lists 16 different infrastructure sectors considered to be essential. However, not all jurisdictions follow CISA’s definitions of critical infrastructure.

Does a house cleaner need to enter my home?

Yes, in almost all cases a house cleaner needs to enter your home. However, a cleaner may not need to enter your home if they are solely cleaning outside areas. 

There may be some cases in which a cleaner is necessary. If so, take precautions — avoid being in the same room, make no physical contact, sanitize any surfaces and pay through a digital service instead of using cash.

Do house cleaners offer remote or virtual services?

House cleaning is generally done in person, but some may be willing to offer remote services. If you find a house cleaner’s profile that states they’re offering remote services, contact the pro to talk about your options. 

If you’d rather hire a house cleaner to clean your home when the pandemic is over, you may be able to book an appointment at a later date. Start by comparing local house cleaners in your area side-by-side.

What is the difference between a housekeeper and a house cleaner?

Although some house cleaning and housekeeping duties might overlap, a house cleaner is charged with the top-to-bottom cleaning of a home. House cleaner duties typically include basic and deep house cleaning, such as washing and sanitizing countertops, floors, tubs, toilets, kitchens and more.

Housekeepers or maids are hired to lightly clean and maintain certain aspects of the home. This might include dusting, washing dishes, changing sheets, doing some meal preparation and restocking the client’s groceries and personal care products.

It’s also worth noting that a housekeeper or maid is usually one individual employed to a home (sometimes hired as a live-in), while a house cleaner is oftentimes accompanied by a team of cleaners. 

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 I choose the best house cleaning service?

When searching for the best house cleaning service near you, consider the depth of your cleaning needs, your budget and the size and condition of your home. Read reviews from verified customers of any cleaning service that you’re looking to hire. Also, check out the reviewers’ photos and do background checks on reviewers to ensure they’re not employed by established cleaning firms or maid agencies. 

When viewing house cleaners on Thumbtack, you might see a Top Pro badge. This indicates that the service is one of the most popular and highly-rated professionals using the platform.

Reviews for Fraser house cleaners
Sabrina C.
Its no joke how this guy works. He has the endurance to go the distance. Our job is a little different. We work out of our home and have two kitchens, so its like doing two houses in one. Its not an easy job. There were a couple of things I failed to communicate, but he stepped right up to the plate. I just know next time when we ask him to come out, it will probably be a two-day job. He was at our house early, and he was there for quite a long time. Our appliances sparkle inside and out. The house looked amazing, but our focus was on certain areas because of inspections for our commercial feed license. He stepped right up to the plate and delivered it. Thank you for an awesome job! I think women house cleaners might have to take it up a notch LOL (JK!!) 7/14/21 Do not get me wrong, this Holmes works hard. He truly does put women to shame. So when I say he stepped up to the plate, he cleans his butt off. But the unfortunate part is his scheduling. When you can get him, he's a work horse, but he has a few issues. With the above he is not used to more modern environments and appliances and that caused some more issues.... several things occurred his first time out. Our kitchen sink is under counter mounted. When he filled it with water, he over filled it and it dripped all under our sink and another mess ensued underneath (didn't catch til he left). Because of that overflow, it did something to our dishwasher (also after he left). That started getting errors and we had to call a repairman out shortly after his working. Then an outlet up and off to the side of the sink popped because it got wet from all the splashing from the scrubbing he was doing. Again, a HARD worker, no question. Then when he did our fridge and oven (which inside was spotless like new after him), all our stainless steel was scratched because I forgot to tell him not to touch it. My fault, I realize, but my forgetting to tell him, just makes me so mad every time I see my fridge and such. So now all my sparkling appliances are scratched. I showed it to him and you could see he was truly sorry, but he did not know how to work with stainless steel. Doing our more modern granite bathroom, somehow our garbage can lid disappeared (its a small bathroom, we looked everywhere, had it for 10 yrs) and gone. I had a special bar of soap out that was on a brush just outside the walk-in shower that was for skin issues, and the brush was there but the soap was not. The soap disappeared and I had to re-invest in a new bar of soap, not cheap. Then I scheduled him to come out to do a cleaning at a stockroom just because of how much elbow grease he puts into things and our stockroom (outside the home) needed it. But he was a no show and I was on a tight schedule due to moving our store, and I had to call and ask a friend to help me. He got back to me and said something happened with his phone and he would come out then, but I already had a friend hired and I was running out of time. Then we confirmed a third date because I wanted an oven cleaning. Without business in our home (for now), we baked 30 lbs of bacon and I was really hoping to get him out. My poor oven desperately needs it. The first time when he cleaned it, he made our oven look like new again. We confirmed location, address, phone number, date and time and then a no show. As much as I love his work overall, I'm at three strikes. I think I was fair. I wasn't mad at any of the above, although highly inconvenient. I understand our household is not "normal", but all of this added together. I'm at strike 3 and I was truly wanting to use him on a regular basis. Because we aren't commercial and we aren't residential but a blend of both in our home, it is important to have someone good. I honestly tried.....
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