Follow these preparation tips before we arrive:
1. Pick up household items that may be lying about
Tidying and straightening up your home's rooms before we arrive can help ensure we spend the majority of our time cleaning, not organizing your house. Picking up these items also means they're less likely to be misplaced during a cleaning.
2. Pick up any important documents, bills and other papers
To an unfamiliar eye, important documents such as insurance paperwork, bank statements or bills can be easily mistaken for trash. Protect your privacy and avoid the trouble of tracking down an important paper item by filing them, placing them in a secure spot or leaving a "do not disturb" note on them prior to our arrival.
3. Place fresh linens on the beds
If you would like us to strip the sheets and remake the bed with clean linens.
4. Secure valuables such as jewelry, small electronics and loose cash
Although we have a high level of confidence in our cleaners, protect your peace of mind by placing valuables in a secure area.
5. Put away the pets
This precaution depends on both your dog and cat's comfort level with strangers in the house. If your pets don't handle unfamiliar people well, it may be a good idea to secure them in a crate or locked room prior to our arrival.
6. Identify and repair any broken items around the home
Giving your home a quick inspection for any broken or damaged items can help spare you the embarrassment of accidentally blaming us for damage we didn't do.
7. Identify problem areas that need special cleaning attention
We can't read minds. If you have an area that you'd like us to devote extra attention to, make sure you communicate that prior to or upon our arrival.