House keys. Should you give house cleaners house keys or security codes? And what happens if the house cleaner loses the clients key?
House keys are a common topic in house cleaning FAQ forums. Angela Brown, The House Cleaning Guru says a checklist for customer keys and a lockbox are a good idea. Every maid can have a private “cleaners code” to disarm the security alarm. And when they leave, they lock the house using their alarm code.
If you trust the house cleaner with a key you can avoid lockout fees and skipped maid service.
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“Can you tell me how to speed up slow maids? Speed cleaning is how I grow my cleaning business and maid service. I have a worker who comes to clean with me and clean my space and she’s super slow. Can you speed up slow maids or should I let her go?”
Angela Brown, The House Cleaning Guru says you can speed up slow maids. And she shares her pro cleaning tips in today’s house cleaner training.
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