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Ask a House Cleaner, How Long Does it Take, Savvy Cleaner

How Long Does it Take to Clean a House?

“How long does it take to clean a house? How long for deep cleaning? And how long for speed cleaning, spring cleaning or maintenance cleaning?”
“LOL. How long does it take to clean a house? If I had a dollar for every time I get asked these two questions: How much does it cost to clean a house? And How long does it take to clean a house? I’d be rich.” says Angela Brown, The House Cleaning Guru.
There are lots of job variables we cover today on Ask a House Cleaner. Sponsors for this episode are Savvy Cleaner (Training & certification for house cleaners and maids.) HouseCleaning360 (a listing site partnering house cleaners with homeowners.) Savvy Perks (benefits for small business owners like house cleaners.) And My Cleaning Connection ( a resource hub for all things cleaning.)

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Ask A Housecleaner, Suspend House Cleaning Service, Savvy Cleaner

Can They Suspend House Cleaning Service?

“Can a customer suspend house cleaning service for no reason? I’m trying to grow my cleaning company. But I’ve gotten a few calls “I want to suspend house cleaning service until further notice.” What does it mean when a customer says I want to suspend house cleaning service? Can they break a cleaning contract like that?”

Angela Brown, The House Cleaning Guru says anybody can cancel service at any time. And people cancel house cleaning for different reasons. But if you have lots of clients who terminate service it might be you. 

Today’s Ask a House Cleaner sponsors are Savvy Cleaner (maid service training.) HouseCleaning360 (a way to boost your cleaning service in the search engines. (My Cleaning Connection (A resource hub for more cleaning stuff.) And Savvy Perks (An employee discount network where you can save money as an independent business owner.

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Ask a House Cleaner, Your Face on Printed Ads, Savvy Cleaner

Your Face on Printed Ads or Company Van?

“Should you put your face on printed ads as part of a creative advertising campaign? I’m trying to grow my cleaning company and we’ve done cleaning videos and wonder if you should put your face on printed ads?”

Angela Brown, The House Cleaning Guru says your face on printed ads is different from social media. We Ask a House Cleaner about creative advertising and other ways to market your cleaning business. 

Today’s sponsors are Savvy Cleaner Training (for house cleaners and maids.) Savvy Perks (employee benefits for small businesses.) My Cleaning Connection (a resource hub for cool cleaning stuff.) And HouseCleaning360 (a hub connecting home service providers with homeowners.

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Ask a House Cleaner, Who Collects the Money, Savvy Cleaner

Who Collects the Money for House Cleaning?

“Who collects the money for house cleaning? Should my employees accept payment? And what if the maid or house cleaner sees how much the client is paying for house cleaning? I’m trying to grow my cleaning company but losing employees because they think they’re doing all the work. And they should be making all the money.”

Who collects the money is a great question and Angela Brown, The House Cleaning Guru tackles it today. As a cleaning business owner, you have to collect money for house cleaning service but who collects the money is up to you.

You can accept payments online and your clients can pay by credit card. And if you accept credit card payments your employees will never see the money. Bill collecting is part of every job transaction and should be seamless.

Show Sponsors:

Today’s Ask a House Cleaner sponsors are Savvy Cleaner (maid service training.) Savvy Perks (employee benefits you can offer your house cleaners.) My Cleaning Connection (a resource hub for cleaning supplies.) And HouseCleaning360 (a business network connecting homeowners with house cleaners and maids.

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Ask a House Cleaner, Two Hour Minimum, Savvy Cleaner

Two-Hour Minimum for House Cleaning

“I have a two-hour minimum for house cleaning. And I’m trying to grow my cleaning company but a customer is like ‘can you clean my space? I can only afford one hour of cleaning’ and that’s not worth the money. Should I have a two-hour minimum?
Angela Brown, The House Cleaning Guru digs into two-hour minimum policies. Even with speed cleaning, you’re not going to make a dent in one hour of cleaning. She gives pro cleaning tips on today’s Ask a House Cleaner cleaning channel.
Our sponsors are Savvy Cleaner (house cleaner training.) Savvy Perks (Employee benefits for small business.) HouseCleaning360 (A referral hub connecting the homeowner and maid service.) And My Cleaning Connection (a resource hub for cool cleaning stuff.)

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