Deep Cleaning

A standard house cleaning is a mix of medium and light duty cleaning.  A deep cleaning is taking the extra step to get your home or apartment thoroughly cleaned.  Most people will deep clean their home once or twice a year (often during spring cleaning).  If your house hasn’t been professionally cleaned then you may need to order a deep cleaning on your first service. The information below explains the difference between both types of house cleaning services.

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Differences Between Standard and Deep Cleaning

Our deep cleaning service will include everything in our standard house cleaning checklist found here (checklist).  We add extra cleaning time to do the following:

Inside the oven including the oven door glass

Inside of window frames, window sills and door frames

Wiping down all blinds, stair rails and baseboards

Complete dusting in corners of rooms and vents

The area on top of cabinets

Removing scale from bathroom / kitchen tile, faucets and shower heads

Mopping hardwood, tile or vinyl floors

When Should I Order a Deep Cleaning

Deep cleaning is not necessary on every clean. If you’ve kept your home tidy, it probably won’t need to be deep cleaned, but there are some instances where it can be helpful, such as:

If you’ve never used a cleaning service

If you are hosting an event or party with guests at your home

If you’re moving out of an apartment, rental home or condo, then a deep cleaning helps you get your deposit back. For more info, see move in move out cleaning

If you’re planning to sell your old home, deep cleaning will be helpful to stage your home and attract potential buyers

If you are remodeling and need a room cleaned after construction. Kitchen remodels are messy and a deep clean is a great idea before replacing appliances.

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