When it comes to cleaning a home, nobody does it as well as professionals. That’s why many homeowners and renters in the Mile High City and surrounding areas hire cleaning companies. Our partners at ConsumerAffairs researched the best cleaning services in Denver so you know what they offer, the average cost and what questions to ask before scheduling maid service.
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Cleaning companies in Denver offer a variety of home cleaning services for residents all over the metropolitan area, from popular city neighborhoods like Country Club and South Park Hill to suburbs like Centennial and Lakewood.
When hiring housekeeping in Denver, you’ll choose from several different types of home cleaning services:
Standard cleaning services include sweeping, mopping, light dusting, wiping down surfaces and neatening things around the home. Standard cleaning is recommended once a week to once a month.
Deep cleaning services include standard services plus more in-depth cleaning of appliances, furniture and kitchen/bathroom surfaces. Deep cleaning is a good idea once every six months to one year or if you are moving in or out of a home.
Specialized cleaning services focus on one task or area of the home. Examples include carpet cleaning, window and wall washing, organizing drawers and cabinets or doing laundry.
When signing up for maid service in Denver, you can either choose a type of service or ask for a recommendation. Most cleaning companies in Denver will customize a solution based on your home, the number of occupants, your lifestyle and schedule.
How much does house cleaning cost in Denver?
Homeowners and renters in Denver pay an average of $170 for house cleaning, with prices ranging from $100 - $250. Cleaning companies charge either flat fees or an hourly rate.
The factors that affect the cost of professional cleaning services in Denver include the following:
The size of your home, including the total number of rooms, the number of bedrooms and the number of bathrooms
The type of service you request
Whether the cleaning company brings supplies
Whether you own a shedding pet
Special requests, like climbing a ladder to clean a ceiling fan or doing a green clean
Cleaning companies in Denver offer both one-time and regular cleaning services. You’ll typically get a discount if you sign up for recurring service. Expect to pay more if you only get a one-time cleaning.
How to hire house cleaners in Denver
When choosing a cleaning company in Denver, ask these questions:
Is the company properly licensed, bonded and insured, including for liability and workers’ compensation?
Are cleaners background-checked and drug-tested? How are they trained?
What services are available and how are they priced?
Does the company bring its own cleaning equipment and products?
Do you get a free, guaranteed, written estimate?
Do you need to sign a contract?
What is the customer satisfaction policy?
Can the company provide a list of references?
Do customers review the company positively?
Some cleaning companies can schedule same-day appointments for your house, apartment or condo, and many allow you to book online. Make sure you are aware of the cancellation policy before signing up for service so you don’t get charged if you need to reschedule.
Merry Maids is a national cleaning company with nearly 500 locations in the U.S., including several in the Denver area. Customers get free estimates and flexible, personalized cleaning options from licensed, bonded and insured professionals. Services come with a worry-free guarantee. According to reviews, Denver residents are highly satisfied with Merry Maids and recommend it to others.
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