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A vacuuming service can come in handy for those weeks when you simply don't have the time to give your house the once over.
We've written this guide to give you a better understanding of what a vacuuming service can do for you and your cleaning needs.
A vacuuming service is when a cleaning professional comes to your home and rids the floors of any dust, dirt, grime and pet hair. It can also involve the vacuuming of upholstered furniture, curtains, mattresses and even the inside of your car.
There are two mains types of vacuuming cleaning services:
Hiring somebody to vacuum your house, or commercial premises, is one of the most common types of vacuuming services. The cleaner will remove any items from the floor and then vacuum your chosen areas, picking up dust, debris and even pet hair from the floor. You can also request for your mattress, curtains, or couch to be vacuumed too.
Our cars get dirtier a lot quicker than we think, so it's always a good idea to have a big vacuum every now and again. During a car vacuuming service, your cleaner will get rid of any rubbish left in the car and then thoroughly vacuum the chairs, footwells, car mats and other areas inside your vehicle. They may also wipe down some of the hard surfaces for an additional fee.
On average, cleaners will charge between $25 and $40 for a vacuuming service. The exact cost of a vacuuming service will depend on the task at hand. Quotes will take into consideration the total surface area of what needs to be vacuumed and how dirty the surface is.
There are a few important questions to ask yourself when you're looking for the perfect vacuuming services:
Before your vacuuming service, it's a good idea to have a general tidy around the house to make sure there are no bits and bobs left on the floor. While your cleaner can vacuum around easily moveable furniture like chairs and tables, you'll need to move items like couches and beds in advance if you want the cleaner to vacuum underneath.
How often you vacuum your home is all down to personal preference. Most professionals recommend vacuuming once or twice a week. However, this depends on how clean you like your home to be and how quickly it builds up dirt.
Vacuum services are carried out by professional cleaners who know all of the tips and tricks to reach every last speck of dirt. Plus, hiring a cleaner means that you don't need to spend the time doing it yourself.
No, professionals generally bring their own vacuum cleaners with them and these will be much more powerful than the equipment that you have at home. Saying this, it's always a good idea to double-check with your cleaner before they arrive to do the job.
You don't have to be at home for a vacuuming service. However, it can be helpful to be there at the beginning of the job to explain to the cleaner exactly what you want vacuuming and where everything is.Back to top
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