I have never heard of or known any house cleaner who is able to charge homeowners insurance or other insurance for services.
No. I lost my job in 2018 and I have a lot of education...couldn't find another job. I have a family to support so I started cleaning houses. Most of them provide the supplies, and I was upfront with charging more if I had to supply my own... more
I do not take anything but cash 95% of the time...you should consider that as well. Also, if they have bedbugs, they can easily get on you/your stuff while you are there. I'd say a fee to clean houses is not worth this. Replace this client with... more
Is It Okay For Your Client To Leave Their Child At The House While You Were There Doing Their House Cleaning Work Instead Of Calling The Babysitter To Come In?
You're not being petty by insisting she keep up her end of the bargain, which is paying you to clean houses only. You have two choices...tell her you are only there to clean, or fire her as your client if she does not respect what you are there... more
If I were you I'd post under the caretaker area. I clean houses, and when I see someone post for senior care/home care in the housekeeping area, I wonder why they posted there and not in the caregiver area. While caring for someone sometimes involves cleaning, the converse... more
1) When You First Started, How Long Did It Take For You To Get Responses? 2) Did You Find It Was Competitive Within Your Area And What Did You Do To Stand Out? 3) And Do You Have Any Additional Suggestions?
I can tell you many people who post never respond to me either. I have had many satisfied clients over the years and generally don't have an issue getting work, however, I think they are bombarded with applications when they post. Be patient and be quick to hop on... more