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Sara

Harleysville, PA

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How Do I Get Parents To Hire A Teenage Tutor?

I would ask your school or try online sites! Please don't go meet random families though, you can never know what to expect and it could be potentially dangerous seeing as you're a bit younger. There's alot of sites for online tutoring though!

How Important Is It To Purchase Your Own Cleaning Supplies And Equipment?

I always purchase my own supplies unless client has their own stuff they want used. I think it looks better to come prepared. Even if you're not lol I've been doing this for 8+ yrs but at first, it's easiest to just keep the "fake it till... more

House Cleaning And Micromanaging Daughter

I'd say charge more or drop them. First of all that's cheap for your service and second, that's beyond irritating to have someone hovering like that. If she's gonna be right at your ankles every step, then maybe she should just do it herself lol

What Are Best Practices When Hiring Someone To Help You Pack For Moving?

Honestly, just get a feel for them in person to see how they are. If they seem trustworthy after a few visits I'd say send them off on their own to cover more ground.

If You Clean A Home And They Have Bedbugs Shouldn't They Let You Know Ahead Of Time?

YES. I would never clean a home with bed bugs, they're so easy to spread!

Is It Necessary To Have Both An Oil Diffuser And An Air Purifier In The Same Room?

I actually used to have this set up. I find the diffuser will suffice on it's own so i have the purifier in another room for more coverage

I Need A Home Cleaner First Because Frankly My House Is A Disaster Area!  But Once The Initial Disaster Is Cleaned Up, I Then Need Someone Bi-Monthly. So Do I Need To Post 2 Separate Jobs Or Can One Listing Suffice?

I would assume one post would suffice. If you're happy with the outcome of your initial cleaning you could just talk to whoever did it about a bi-weekly cleaning.