Cleaning a house is a more socially acceptable way to make its interior seem bigger than only inviting action figures to your dinner parties. Add to your abode with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $55 for two man-hours of deep housecleaning (a $158 value)
- $99 for four man-hours of deep housecleaning (a $316 value)<p>
Professional housekeepers scour each room during a meticulous cleaning. They scrub down and disinfect all kitchen and bathroom surfaces—including inside the microwave, tub, and shower—and hand wash any hard floors. Freestanding decor, chrome, mirrors, and sentient, onrushing armoires are sprayed with Windex, and furniture is waxed and polished. The staff also vacuum carpets, make beds with their present linens, and dip into nooks and crannies to clear everyday debris. Employees bring all cleaning products with them except for a vacuum cleaner, which must be provided by the customer. Most houses require about two to four man-hours for a complete deep clean. Click here for information on Forever Clean’s service area.
Forever Clean owner Raylene Ewing, who's worked in the cleaning industry for 16 years, still channels her degrees in criminal justice and psychology to make savvy business decisions. She hires fully bonded and insured housekeepers to scour homes from top to bottom, sending the same employees on repeat visits to increase familiarity with the home. By heeding common complaints about other companies, she has also developed a reliable system for leaving each room spotless, which includes hand washing all the hard floors instead of simply lighting them on fire.
The staff members can purge private residences, apartments, and offices of grime. They strive to accommodate homeowners by providing detailed estimates over the phone, even after traditional business hours, and do not charge additional fees for homes with pets.
“Good service. On time and professional”
“very friendly and hard working staff with reasonablee rates. ”
“The two hour cleaning was really 40 minutes with three persons. Okay, I accepted that, though it came as a surprise. But they stopped as soon as the 40 minute mark...”
“The two hour cleaning was really 40 minutes with three persons. Okay, I accepted that, though it came as a surprise. But they stopped as soon as the 40 minute mark was hit--my vacuum out, the shower half done, rugs scattered all about. It was clear the staff were not permitted to work a second more than promised, unless I purchased the extra time. If I were managing Forever Clean, I would use this two hours as a kind of loss leader, doing a real good job to impress. I don't mean do a five hour job when only two hours were paid for, but at least finish completely the rooms they expected to clean within the allotted time. But this did not impress. ”