A good cleaning service for occasional visits?

dust pan with brush

Sean emails:

Before kids, our idea of splurging was going out to a fancy dinner or a weekend away. After kids, it has now turned into dreaming about what a clean house might feel like. That being said, we were wondering if any of your readers might be able to recommend a cleaning service that we could treat ourselves with from time to time.

This question comes up every few years, and things change, businesses open and close. So we figured it was maybe time for it again. (We're curious if Sean and his partner might be able to set up a quarterly or twice-yearly cleaning.)

So, got a suggestion for a cleaning service? Please share! And a sentence or two about why you're recommending a service, or about some aspect like cost, can be helpful.

Comments

I really like Spotless Sisters and they are willing to do occasional clean - I am in the exact same place as you with that. Splurge on clean!

The Cleaning Person, Inc. has been great for us!

Irma Dugue-Fraser, 518-316-0825. She has an actual registered business name that I can't remember now, and she offers regular cleaning services to some people, but mainly she does one-time or occasional cleaning, moving clean outs, etc. And she was absolutely phenomenal when she cleaned my old apartment for me when I moved out.

Agree with the Cleaning Person. Go for it! They are a good service and I have used them for many years.

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