The Housekeeping Job Guide: How Much to Charge for Housekeeping

Pay rates for house cleaners

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Now that you've decided to look into work as a housekeeper, you will want to figure out how much you would charge for your services.

Housekeepers generally need to look at the home to be cleaned in order to assess how much to charge. They set up an in-home consultation with prospective employers to get a better understanding of the home, the cleaning requirements, and exactly what they will be expected to do, in order to determine the correct price.

What to consider when figuring out how much to charge

  • size of the home (number of bedrooms/bathrooms)
  • frequency of cleaning (weekly, bimonthly)
  • number of people and pets in the household
  • level of clutter (can you access the areas to be cleaned?)
  • number of different surfaces to be cleaned
  • special requirements, such as cleaning windows
  • your level of experience
  • number of people cleaning (an individual or team from an agency)
  • whether you will be paid by the job or by the hour

Estimating what to charge for housecleaning services

  • To check what hourly rates are for comparable services in your area, go to Care.com and enter your zip code to see what other housekeepers are charging. Rates may vary greatly from one area of the country to another.
  • Ask other housekeepers in your area how much they charge for cleaning services
  • Compare their level of experience with yours, and then charge accordingly

Be prepared to negotiate with prospective employers in order to arrive at a fair price that reflects your skills and experience. As you negotiate, you will have to be clear about how much you want the work versus the price that a client is willing to pay. When starting out, it may be helpful to charge a lower rate than others and to build up a group of clients who will give you good recommendations. This will then enable you to raise your rates as your become known for your high quality work.

Once you have figured out how much to charge, and that you want to move forward to get a job as a housekeeper, you will want to advertise your services on Care.com and then prepare for a job interview.

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Comments (63)
kimberly R
cleaning business for 35 years, absolutly hard work and no house cleaner should charge below $27 hour. I charge $30 hr. I know companies and indivduals that charge $45hr. $30hr is considered the going rate in colorado. some smaller towns charge $25-$27hr. my client rule is all things are to be picked up for cleaning, organization is not included. extras are added charge on occasion to keep place up, like baseboards and blinds which are time consuming and can not be done on a regular 3-4 hour cleaning job. my clients supply their own supplies but thats up to the cleaning business. I do not do laundry but will change sheets on a bed or put dishes away. the people that think any of this is unreasonable obviously have no clue. anyone that charges less than this is shorting themselves. your worth it, dont be afraid to charge what your worth. it may sound like alot $30hr, but in 3 hours that is only $90 for fast hard work and a clean house. AMEN.
Posted: April 03, 2014 at 4:44 PM
Clean Barbie
I just cleaned a mansion for a friend while they were on a vacation . I vacuumed dusted , moped and straightened . It took me four days to get it all done . Not that it was that dirty , I have a full time job also . What should I charge ? I'm new at this but plan to start my own business .
Posted: April 02, 2014 at 1:40 PM
Miracle
I'm Currently Doing Some House Keeping For A Family of 7 With A 5 bed 3.5 bth Home. The Initial Cleaning I Would Charge 15 an Hour. After, I Would Never Charge More Than 10 Dollars an Hour For My Services. Yes, Any Job Can Be Hard Work but Cleaning a House is Not a 30-50 Dollar an Hour Task.
Posted: April 02, 2014 at 12:20 AM
Michele
Dear Trinity,
You obviously don't know a thing about 'housekeepers, or how hard they work. Nor do you understand that Attorneys charge $150.00 an hour & up. Maybe you should do some research on the matter before you open your mouth & insert your feet. Your comments tell me you are not terribly sophisticated & that you're one of those people who want something for virtually nothing. Good Luck with that!
Posted: March 31, 2014 at 9:14 AM
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Trinity R.
Makes me mad people think they can charge 30-40 an hour.....not even some lawyers and docs make that much and most of the time its not taxed! And in my experience....it is the illegal houskeepers who work the hardest...but lately its crazy how much they want!
Posted: March 24, 2014 at 3:41 PM
Jennifer Henly
I started my own cleaning business and when I'm asked to clean a house it's a must to see the house before I give a price. I gave an estimate before seeing a house and ended up doing way more than expected and didn't charge enough. Seeing the place first give you an opening to what to charge. This way you can find out what the customer want done and you can let them know what you're willing to and not to do. I suggest start out at least $25-40hr or $225-300 for whole house depending on the size.Your work and time is as important as they want their house clean. It's truly not an easy job and you're worth it. Don't cheat yourself like I did in the beginning. If it was as easy as some people think, they would keep their own house clean. God bless your cleaning businesses. Willing to work with others who need help, email me!
Posted: February 27, 2014 at 2:24 AM
growing
I am a stay at home mom who was offered a job to clean a 4 bd, 2 ba house. they have 1 dog and 3 girls ranging in the age of 5-15 and I don't know what to charge an hr. I have a pretty free range shift where I go there and work when I can for however long that I can. they are asking me to clean everything and do everything. organize cluttler and paperwork throughout the house and including basement. im also asked to do dishes, laundry, mop, dust, vaccum, and all other normal house chores..... please tell me what should I charge?
Posted: February 17, 2014 at 9:51 PM
pinkycin
I live in Texas, and Minimum Wage is $7.25. So, I'm looking for a live in housekeeper because the lady (who I was paying 250 cash every week), decided to go back to Columbia. I've been looking for a replacement and they're telling me they want $300 - $400 / Week. I offer live in quarters, for their own personal space, vehicle etc. WTH??? Not to mentioned most of them don't have legal papers. I'm an accountant with a demanding career..I just need help with the house. Not to mention this cleaning job is not "Rocket Science". But in the busy life of the Hard-working American people..we just don't have the time.... (That's all)
Posted: February 13, 2014 at 2:08 PM
Jan
I'm always unsure of what to charge when I'm cleaning a house of any size. I found that I would quote a price when I arrive to look at the job and then after I began the job I find that I should have charged more. How can I become more assertive in stating my price or can I go back to the customer and state I unestimated my origninal quoted price? Thanks
Posted: February 06, 2014 at 10:24 AM
Jesus R.
I charge 80.00 hour rate, 2 team members for move in/out, deep cleaning, first time cleaning, but regular charge a flat price, the customer choose what they want for the cleaning and know how much to pay already. Few factors, experience, company or under the table, Bonded & Insured is important to operate without risk. My regular charge for cleaning running between 100.00- 225.00 depend on size and service, weekly, Bi-week or every 4 week.
Posted: February 05, 2014 at 3:34 AM
Ann
I clean empty apartments (mostly) 2 bedroom 2 baths. Some take 2-3 hours to clH to clean others can take 4-5 hours to clean How much would you charge per hour.
Posted: February 03, 2014 at 8:38 AM
chris
I charged a lawyer $40 per he to clean his 2 story office which is about 1800 sq ft
I like to know do you think that it was to much he thought so
Posted: January 23, 2014 at 1:01 PM
BeDazzled
What should I charge for a 10,000 sq feet house? The owner rents out the room, I'm responsible for cleaning 7 bathrooms, 6 bed changes and all the deep cleaning, cob webs, ceiling fans, light fixtures, laundry for the owner, cleaning the ice box, keeping the indoor pool area clean, the 6 all glass doors, a work out rm, movie theater rm, game room and office. also the dishes as well as shopping for toilet paper, paper towels, cleaning supplies. we clean twice a wk, plus he's going to hit me with a 1090
Posted: January 17, 2014 at 8:24 AM
Nova B.
Hey so how much should I charge someone 1050 sq.ft apartment, doing everything. They have the supplies?
Posted: January 07, 2014 at 1:51 PM
Marc Zimmerman
$49.95 an hour
Posted: December 19, 2013 at 12:00 AM
Betty
I charge 50 a hour
Posted: December 04, 2013 at 7:30 PM
Blair
I have been asked to clean a 2 bed 2 bath home (unoccupied)Bringing my own supplies. How much should I charge?
Posted: December 04, 2013 at 7:24 PM
Robert
I wish I though of this career before going into nursing school and racking up huge debt for 3 years, much agony - blood,sweat and tears to get through the course, dealing with horrible nurses along side me every day and a difficult job on top of it. At these housekeeper rates any teacher, aircraft mechanic, nutritionist, subway operator, court documenter.. even orchestra conductor could've saved themselves the trouble of debt, climbing in the industry and daily stressors of their work where they are powerless to change whats demanded of them since they all make $25/hr. Incredible.
Posted: November 28, 2013 at 12:25 PM
Delores S.
yes what to charge for a first time cleaning on a 5000sqfthouse?on a biweekly bases i would charge 225. so double that for first time cleaning, I do beautiful work, detail everything but wash windows. thats another job!
Posted: November 10, 2013 at 2:59 AM
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Jessica K.
Ok what might be a good wage for a 7 room 5 bath home, responsible for EVERYTHING, from cooking and children to vacuuming, windows, mopping, pick up wiping down wall trims. You name it I do it. any ideas on a good hourly wage or salary?
Posted: November 04, 2013 at 11:25 AM
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Kari K.
Some people are good and fast....to charge by the hr. is not always right or seem fair..If you were to clean a 3 bed..3 baths..wash wood floors dust rooms of dining..live room ..family room. Do laundry wash dry..fold..no ironing. Put clean dishes away..vacumming.take out garbage..what would you charge??
Posted: October 28, 2013 at 1:36 PM
Bill
I have a 1600 Sq Ft home and I'm charged $85. It's a 2 level Single Family. 4 Bed room and 2.5 baths.

I am thinking of starting a cleaning business myself. I wouldn't charge less than $30/hour. I plan on being bonded and insured. I'd only hire people that can speak fluent English.
Posted: October 09, 2013 at 5:17 AM
sean
how much would you charge to clean a horders house?
Posted: October 02, 2013 at 7:03 PM
Member Care
Hi Kaseem,

We are excited for you and your new business! We know there are many details to work out, and we are happy to help with your research. Below is an article geared specifically toward how to set the appropriate rates for your clients for housekeeping, and some other helpful tips which may help with starting the business:

http://www.care.com/housekeeping-setting-cleaning-rates-p1017-q25988525.html

We wish you all the best of luck and hope this helps!
Posted: September 16, 2013 at 9:53 AM
Kaseem W.
I am trying to start a cleaning business. How should I charge for house cleaning by the hour or by the job?
I have no partner its just me doing all the work.
Posted: September 15, 2013 at 1:43 AM
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Laura E.
I am trying to get a cleaning business going. I am working on getting bonded and insured. a lady called me to clean her 2 story house. I told her I charge 55.00 for one story and 75.00 for 2 story. She said that was too much. Was telling me I was not going to make it in the business. Can anyone help me with pricing. She wouldn't let me come look at her house first to give her the exact price.
Posted: September 12, 2013 at 8:34 PM
Valerie W.
i usually charge between 25-30 per hour because the owner usually expect you to do too much one cleaning job wants me to water her plants and clean the bbq grill and do all of the laundry all in a time frame, she rents out her house so one family has to be out by 11 and then another family checks in at 4 so I have to get everything done and be out by 345 at the lastest.
Posted: August 31, 2013 at 4:14 PM
little sister
A co-worker of my older brother has two empty apartments that need to be cleaned to be rented out. Although empty apartments sound easy to clean because they are empty there is a huge amount of work invovled i.e. light fixtures, window tracks, scrubbing walls and carpets,etc. I am a good cleaner and hard worker and would like to be paid accordingly but I don't want to offend my brother's co-worker or make my brother look bad by charging too much. How much should I charge?
Posted: August 25, 2013 at 7:43 PM
Karen
I have been asked by a friend to clean her home while she is away on vacation for 10 days with her children. The house is about 3700 sq. feet. There is a garage, 2 foyers, laundry room, 3 bathrooms, very large kitchen and living room, dining room and family room/study along with 4 children bedrooms and a master bedroom. They also have 2 dogs. They will pick up just a bit before they leave but it needs a good wall to wall, moving things to clean under them, dusting, mopping... pretty much like doing a spring cleaning on the entire home. I am very unsure what to charge her. I know it is a great deal of work and don't want to sell myself short with charging her very little. Please any advice on what I should charge her????? I am a fantastic cleaner and keep my own home with four children in great shape. I think that is why she has asked me... Any advice would be greatly appreciated. Thank you
Posted: August 19, 2013 at 3:37 PM
Do you want a mint
When I started cleaning I charged $15/hr, and quickly became busy. I now start at 20-25/hr. my first clients were so pleased with my work that they with out being asked have increased my pay. I think they are worried I will drop them. It is hard work, but I set my hours, and can refuse any job at this point because I have a solid base of clients. My clients hire me not only to clean but help organize and de clutter. Somedays I love it and other days I can't stand the site of another toilet.
Posted: August 16, 2013 at 10:12 PM
Jo Cotton
I would like to start a cleaning business...but I am uncertain what a fair price is for one person. If I am the only one cleaning, would it be better if I charge by the job or by the hour? If I get another person to work, what would be the best way to estimate the job cost, by the man power, hour or job or a combination?
Posted: July 25, 2013 at 2:37 AM
Laura M.M.
I am also looking into starting my own cleaning business. I really care about cleaning. I get really happy when I see my before and after.To thequeenofclean I live in Las Vegas and I hope to succeed as you have!!!
I wish everyone luck in their business and I hope I do well too!!!
Posted: June 28, 2013 at 4:22 AM
Tthaulin H.
In Virginia there are many high end clients who are willing to pay more for an independent contractor, especially if younwere referred.. You become more than someone who cleans their house you become a trusted and valuable employee that they simply cannot live without.. I charge by the house but my going rate is $25-35 per hour for basic cleaning and up to $250 per visit for whole house cleaning. Again remember these are houses that start off in the market for $400k. People value their homes and value coming home to a clean one. Never sell yourself short. We provide not just cleaning but peace of mind. How much is that worth? It's priceless.
Posted: June 12, 2013 at 5:51 PM
TheQueenofClean
I started housekeeping when I was 16 years old in Las Vegas. I did mostly corporate housing and I charged $40 an hour. They happily paid it and referred me to just about everyone in the complex. By the end of 3 months I had a team of 20 teens who I had to train and manage. They each made $20 an hour. Why so many years later people are willing to do such a difficult and physical strenuous job for so little is beyond me. You'd almost make more working for a company than working for yourself at these prices. Don't sell yourself short. If everyone starts charging more they'll either pay or learn how to clean their own house. There are always people who are willing to pay what your services are actually worth.
Posted: June 06, 2013 at 5:16 PM
Heidi
I am cleaning apartments after college students move out. I don't know what the previous cleaning people did, i do know it wasn't much. I see invoices from them (previous cleaning people) and they charged $15-$25 per hour. 2 hour min. These people didn't do any detail work at all. What should I be charging?
Posted: June 05, 2013 at 1:44 PM
Kime
How to charge for cleaning a dental office, what are some things I should factor in pricing?
Posted: May 24, 2013 at 8:52 PM
Lise
I'm just starting my business. I would like to know how can I get my first client, and if they ask for references what should I say?
Posted: May 16, 2013 at 10:39 AM
jennifer
I charge $30/hour and tell them they can have there money back if they're not happy. I'm a detailed cleaner and have not had one person ask for money back. The key is to do a great job all the time.
Posted: May 15, 2013 at 8:54 AM
Ben
Hey Foolish Husband,

My wife and I both clean houses together as a part time business. We start with Sq. Footage of the home- .05c to .10c depending on the level of dirt, and clutter. That is for vacuuming, dusting, cleaning of counter tops, sanitizing of toilets and bathroom fixtures. Dish Washing, cleaning of: microwave, oven, refrigerators, cabinets, closets, polishing floors, windows in/out,= start at $20. each, depending on level of dirt and clutter. We do not do laundry due to time constraints.
Weekly cleaning is cheaper, Bi-weekly is a little more, and monthly is even more, One Time Clean is the most expensive, but there are breaks for one time if it is limited to common areas of the house.
Finally, travel time to the home especially in these high gas prices is $20. per trip.
So if you wish to determine what you are worth, charge accordingly, and trust me hiring someone to come in is going to be Much more expensive than doing it yourself. Cleaning is a difficult job, and done right is hard work.
On a more personal note, let the kids clean their own areas, and concern yourself with just the common areas, ie. living room, kitchen, den, your bedroom. They are adults and should be taking care of their own living space.
Don't be concerned with getting a pat on the back for everything, even at our home we do things as unto the Lord, so everything is covered by the price He paid for us. Little things done out of love for others is a gesture of Love. Never hesitate to be willing to be a fool for love... Good Luck, and God Bless.
Posted: May 08, 2013 at 11:03 AM
Member Care.
Hi keekee,

That's a great question. Make sure to check out our article at http://www.care.com/housekeeping-articles-resources-p1116.html.

Additionally, here are some other articles you may find helpful:
http://www.care.com/housekeeping-housekeeper-checklist-p1017-q14790.html
http://www.care.com/housekeeping-your-cleaning-checklist-p1017-q21572284.html
Posted: April 24, 2013 at 6:10 PM
keekee
hello im just starting out in NC and is thinking about charging 20$hr with a min of three hours per week. is there a website where you can print out a sheet with housecleaning duties or a spread sheet
Posted: April 23, 2013 at 8:49 PM
foolish and taken advantage husband
I live in a 3 bedroom 2 bathroom tri level i am a husband of 29 yrs and father of 3 i clean our home from top to bottom we have me and my wife. 2 adult sons and son's girlfriend with there daughter.Nobody and i mean nobody cleans up after themseveles.I ask for help once ina while and if my wife tells me to stop complaining to my son's telling to shut up i told them hire a cleaning sevice to clean this house i refuse to to be the one that makes sure the house is spotless so please anyone could you tell me how much would someone charge to do what i do on a weekly basis just so i can prove to my wive what she is going to have to pay someone to do dishes,mop and polish wood floors,clean entire kitchen,2 bathrooms,livingroom front room and vacaum all carpetrooms i am sorry i am just fet up with everyone that live here thankyou
Posted: March 24, 2013 at 12:24 PM
JJolly
How much would you pay a housekeeper to come to your house 5 days a week for 4 hours each day? All cleaning of house and garage, porches, watering plants, keeping stock of groceries and doing the grocery shopping, breakfast and lunch made, picking up dry cleaning etc? Basically
Running the home while owner works. No kids at home, but often have company for overnight stays using one or two of the guest bedrooms and bathrooms that will need to be cleaned after the company leaves. The house is 4,000 sq ft. If housekeeper is sick she will still be paid, plus will have 2 weeks paid vacation each year
As well as a day or two here and there throughout the year. I want to make sure I am paying a fair amount for a consistent work schedule.
Posted: March 06, 2013 at 1:48 PM
Monica
I been offer a job cleaning a home for my sister in law's employee. She wants to pay 60 dollars for cleaning twice a month. The house is clean and small. The problem I have is that she works with my sister in law and I want to avoid getting involved in any office gossip. Any suggestions.
Posted: February 19, 2013 at 4:21 PM
Pat
I have been asked to clean a home on a Sunday, which is my day off. I charge this person $17 an hr for 4 hours. Should I charge extra and how much for this particular day?
Posted: February 16, 2013 at 4:17 PM
Dolores
Thank you all, ladies. You have been very helpful and I thing your prices are very fair.
Posted: February 11, 2013 at 11:28 AM
Kim
My nieces husband wants me to clean their house. It is at least a 40 minute drive. They have two dogs. A lot of dog fur. Stucko walls and ceilings . Needs a good first time cleaning. Then to keep up at least twice month. He did suggest windows. Any suggestions on the way to go about the payment. I realizd he and I need to treat it as ad business transaction. Please help thanks
Posted: January 29, 2013 at 11:47 PM
Michelle
I started with cleaning 2 large houses and a office every week, they were paying me for the full 24 hrs a week I was putting in for only $8 and hour only $181 a week!?!?! Cleaning is a hard job and I don't let anyone try to screw me over, so even though they are my inlaws, I quit, so pay house cleaners what they really deserve and stop screwing us for scrubbing ur nasty toilets
Posted: January 11, 2013 at 12:08 PM
Residential cleaning in Texas
A good friend and I are starting up a cleaning business together. What I would like to know is, for the typical general cleaning, should we charge 20an hr? That's $10 each. I was thinking $40hr, $20 ea. sounds decent for two ppl however, is this price too much for the client? I'd like for it to be affordable yet I don't want the ppl to think that we're too cheep and not hire us bc of that. I suppose we can start out low then later up our price. Please let me know what y'all think.
Posted: January 05, 2013 at 10:01 AM
Bronson
I have a house I'm trying to price. It is 3 bedrooms/3 bathroom,living ro0om,dinning room, and basement. It is 2800 sq ft. Any ideas???
Posted: December 26, 2012 at 1:01 PM
Newp
I just hired a girl that is charging me $65 for two hours. I expected 3 hours for that rate, but that's not what I'm getting. If she hasn't finished mopping in that time, she will drop the mop and run for the door. She leaves cleaning items all over the house. i.e. in the bathtub she'll leave a sponge and the spray bottle, she leaves the vacuum in the middle of the living room and the Pledge with a rag wherever she last used it. Today she gets the talk. Times are going to get tough now. House-cleaning is a luxury. Housekeepers will be the among the first to lose their jobs, so I expect a much better job and no less than 3 hours of service for what I pay. I'm not a hard, meanie. I just need a service and want to get my money's worth.
Posted: November 12, 2012 at 6:49 AM
Erandy Yee
I have 30 years experience housecleaning I charge $30 per hr.
Posted: November 09, 2012 at 12:52 AM
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Elaine C.
I charge $ 15-20 an hour. Price is negotiable (depending) on the cleaning situation. But i will need to see the house before to give and estimate normally. In the beginning is good make it clear that your work is excellent and should be paid. But is excellent to charge 75.00 per 3-5 hrs
Posted: October 30, 2012 at 1:03 AM
Lisa F.
I am just beginning. I have been doing alot of research as far as duties and what to charge. Although I have plenty of experience it is startup business what do you do about references if the client asks? What did you ladies do to get started?
Posted: September 11, 2012 at 10:09 AM
house cleaning Chicago
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Posted: August 14, 2012 at 4:08 PM
Elena
I am trying to start a business and need to know about how much to charge at least a starting rate.
Posted: June 15, 2012 at 4:34 PM
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Sandra P.
Eva, just stick with what you normally ask for. If HomeDepot pays $8, then let them get someone from there. Cleaning is not easy. I stick with one price and a specific time frame. I will always be fair.
I don't walk/pick up after pets, this takes time away from the cleaning.
They can take it or leave it, if they don't like the price - they'll be others.
Posted: March 27, 2012 at 7:46 AM
Eva
How to deal with some customers that want to pay by hour base on sales business rates. example: if Home Depot's minimum wage is $ 8.00 hr. they offer to pay that amount.
Thanks
Eva.
Posted: March 26, 2012 at 12:27 AM
Diana E.
i will need to see the house before to give and stimate normally i charge 100 dollar to clean 4 bedrrom house 3 and a half bathroom it will be general cleaning maping dusting vacuum change beds kitchen outside only
Posted: January 08, 2012 at 9:53 PM
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Jo Dean B.
I charge per house if it's a reg. 3r.2b.$75 if it takes me 3hr. or 5hr.
if it is one time and is filthy $100.When I clean it's top to bottom.
Posted: September 11, 2011 at 11:28 AM
Sarah D.
I charge $20 an hour. Price is negotiable (depending) on the cleaning situation. General cleaning is : vacume, dust, polish, bathrooms, kitchen, (prefferably), no dishes. Sweeeping, mopping. POSSIBLY, some windows, such as sliding glass doors.I will do only what I can within the time frame I am given. I like to make things glisten. I pay attention to detailing. I will work for no less than 3 hours and usually no more than 5 hours. Waxing floors is extra. Childrens toys must be already picked up, (within) reason; especially in the bath tubs. I remove trash in waste baskets. I detail soap dishes and dispensers. The purpose of getting the clutter out of the way, before I get there, is so I can do the cleaning that is needed.
Posted: September 02, 2011 at 12:57 AM
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Lillian T.
My fee is 25.00 minimun 3 hours.

Lillian.
Posted: August 24, 2011 at 8:44 PM
Kathy H.
I will charge 15 to 25 an hour at least two or more hours.depending the milage and how big the house is.
Posted: July 16, 2011 at 1:57 PM
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