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Old 11-19-2017, 03:24 AM   #1
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Default Pick the Right Maid for Cleaning Services

Decide on how much service you want - If there are some particular areas in your home that need to be maintained or cleaned regularly and properly, you should make a note of the same. You should be specific if you need the maid to do laundry for you or just the normal cleaning work.

Insured maid - It is better if you hire an insured maid for then you would not be liable if any kind of accident occurs during her course of work.

Ensure authentication - The maid you hire should be authentic i.e. Genuine and this can only be guaranteed if she comes from a renowned cleaning company. A penny saved is a penny earned. But, seeking to save a few pennies, you may employ an illegal maid and later make yourself vulnerable to pay more.

You should be clear on your part what you want the maid to do. There should be transparency between you and the maid over the terms and conditions set by you. You should be very clear, further, on the amount you would pay for delivering the services. The maid should be given a rough estimate about the duration she would need to work. If there is a written contract between the two parties, nothing is better.

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