House cleaning services are becoming a popular business venture to dabble in since they become more in demand. More people are busy with their daily lives; whether it’s their work or their family, they might not have the time to keep their homes clean and organized, or commercial establishments are hiring more housekeeping companies to clean their buildings on a set schedule. For this arrangement to commence, these professional housekeeping businesses create a contract for their clients to officialize the housekeeping work and to agree on certain terms such as payment and housekeeping services that the housekeepers will do for the specific job. If you’re planning to start a housekeeping business, you must know how to make a contract that you can use to negotiate with your clients. Read the article below to know how to make a house cleaning contract.

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How Do Professional Housekeepers Clean a House?

Professional housekeepers clean a house or commercial space or institution in a much more thorough way compared to nonprofessional cleaners. They also are experts in deep cleaning that most ordinary people are not capable to do. Some of their responsibilities include:

  • Empty all trash and replace trash bags
  • Replace linens, mattresses, pillowcases, etc., and straighten beds, couches, chairs, etc.
  • Pick up/straighten/make beds if needed
  • Clean and disinfect bathrooms and kitchens
  • Sweep, mop, and vacuum all floors
  • Dust and wipe down cabinets, shelves, baseboards, appliances, windows, doors, and furniture.
  • Polish all glass surfaces and stainless steel
  • Clean all light fixtures, wall hangings, and knickknacks
  • Deep clean vents

Details to Include in a House Cleaning Contract

1. Contact Information of Both Parties

The first part to include in the contract are your names, addresses, and each of your contact information such as your mobile numbers, and email addresses. To show your legitimacy as a professional housekeeper, include the license number of your business to show you’re a registered business.

2. Contract Number

Don’t forget to include the contract number to help you keep track of billing your client and to help you record your business negotiations with the client.

3. Scope of Work

The scope of work is where you list down all the housekeeping services you’ll do for your client including the additional services that they ask for you to do. List the frequency and duration of each service. Don’t forget to state the equipment you will use if your client asks you to use it and whether the client or you will provide the equipment. This will help clear up any miscommunication between the two of you.

4. Prices of All Services

State the price or rate of each service and add them all up to get the total cost of each service. Don’t forget to include the cost of the products or equipment you will use for the cleaning job. Add these costs to the total of the service costs plus add the tax (if it’s required in your area)and you will have the total amount that the client must pay you. If you offer discounts, don’t forget to subtract this from your total amount.

5. Schedule of All Cleaning Services

State the hour of the day when the client wants you to visit their place to do the cleaning job and the duration of the work that will last during the day including the time when you can have your break and the time your work is finished. State the days when you’re required to visit your client as well.

6. Payment Details

Include more information about your payment methods (cash, check, online wallet, credit card), and if applicable, your preferred method of payment delivery.

7. Signature Lines

The last part of your contract is the signature lines where you and the client put your names and signatures signifying that you both agree to all the terms in the contract. Include a line where you will state the date when the contract is signed.

FAQs

How much should one charge to clean a house?

The average cost of house cleaning is somewhere between $90 to $150 and the average national hourly rate ranges from $25 to $90 per cleaner depending on how big the area they will be cleaning, how heavy the house cleaning work entails, and how long the cleaning will be. Charging to clean a house must be based on the considerations stated above.

How much can you make owning a cleaning business?

Depending on how many clients the cleaning business has and how often they work, the owner can expect to earn around $16,500 to over $100,000 a year.

How often should a housekeeper come?

Ideally, a housekeeper must be called to clean and organize a house every two to three weeks. You can even have long intervals if you will keep your house clean by doing basic housekeeping chores.

Once you’re done drafting the contract, review it first by checking to see if there are any grammatical or spelling errors or inaccurate details in the contract. or wrong information being input. It is a good practice to Discuss the contract first with your client and reach a mutual agreement regarding its contents before you sign the contract. To help you get started making a house cleaning contract, download our free sample templates above to use as your guide!

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