- Sep 17, 2009
- Real Name
- Arm Ben
- Business Location
- United States
If you are doing a "deep Cleaning" or move out, remember you are CLEANING not moving.Suppose you're doing a deep clean or moving out cleaning.
deep cleaning in this field/industry should only refer to the soil condition and level of labor/time involved in removing the soil or contamination.
Moving items around should be done as a courtesy not obligation or part of the service unless you agree to slave yourself with moving everything out of the way or agree to do it free of obligation.
If the person is related to you or your lover/spouse or family, yeah I would never charge. But as for business, NOPE
an example is this
you take you van to your distributor, they do a light service a minor service, oil and filter change,
that's it right? you don't or can expect to get your van washed included in that service would you?
or how about this, you have a van full of junk, tools, crap what ever blocking the areas of service,
would you completely understand if the service tech says, hey could you move the stuff out of the way or ill have to charge extra just so that i can do the service?
every one needs to stop with the deep cleaning lie.
every one should always "deep clean"
what is classified as "deep cleaned"?
for the majority of the lazy, unprofessional scumbag it mostly means
pre vacuum, use the correct chemistry, use the correct mixed chemistry, agitate, and rinse multiple times,
and if they feel pretty use a rotovac or other extractor cleaning tool accessory.
a professional certified, or well trained or just self conscious person would do the correct thing
do the job correctly!