A domestic cleaner is someone who will keep your apartment, condo or home clean. A reliable domestic cleaner is very hard to come by these days. A good and reliable domestic is even harder to find and keep.
How do you go about getting a domestic cleaner? There are a lot of agencies that supply cleaning services for your home or apartment. You can call one of these services and tell them what you need as a cleaning service. When you do this you should have an idea of how many rooms you will need cleaned, how often you want the cleaner to come and what you want the cleaner to do in each room.
Not everyone requires a cleaning service to come on a weekly basis. If you want a cleaner on a daily basis you might consider a live in cleaner or domestic help at least during the week. This person would have to have time off, and perhaps you would have to provide meals also. It would be an arrangement you would have to work out with the agency who supplied the cleaner and the cleaner them self. This domestic helper might also take care of any pets and children on a daily basis.
You want a weekly cleaner to come in if you have a larger home especially if you have several children and pets. A smaller home or apartment might get along with a cleaner that comes on a bi-weekly basis. This would depend on your cleaning requirements. Some homes get dirtier than others.
Even having a cleaning come in once a month is workable in most homes. This person or persons could come in once a month. They could do the heavy cleaning like moving furniture to dust and vacuum. They could wash the windows on an evolving basis. This would be a set or a wall of windows each visit. They could probably handle both the inside and outside of one side of the house each visit.
If you do choose a monthly visit by a cleaner you will have to carefully assess what you need cleaned on each visit. Overloading the cleaner will result in a lot of started tasks but none completed. This will cause both the home owner and the cleaner to be unhappy with the situation. And it may also result in losing your house cleaner. And it certainly will not end up in you having a cleaner home.
Whether you have a cleaner on a weekly, bi-weekly or monthly visit you do need a list or schedule of tasks that need to be completed for each visit. Your requirements may change between visits so you may have to update your list on an ongoing basis. Having a task list makes it easier for the cleaner to schedule his or her time so all the tasks are completed at the end of the visit.
If you work with your cleaner, your cleaner will be willing to work with you.