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When it comes to thinking about hiring a cleaner for your home it can be a big decision to make.

There are a lot of considerations and you’ll most likely have some big questions to ask yourself and discussions to have with your family.

One of the first questions will be about the cost of hiring a cleaner and although this is an important question, your decision will probably not be made on cost alone.

Here are some other questions to consider and assist you in your decision to hire a cleaner for your home.

Is it acceptable to hire a cleaner for my home?

You may think that it’s unacceptable to hire a cleaner for your home and that you should be able to do the housework yourself.

However, we think it’s the smart people that ask for help and hire a cleaner for their home.

Our current customers have made a great choice to free up their time and get help with some of the tasks they just don’t have the time or inclination to do.

For example, some of our clients are unable to clean in high and low places, and some just simply prefer spending their time doing other things. Either way, it’s perfectly acceptable to hire a cleaner for your home and you can rest assured that 1000s of people in the UK are doing it everyday.

Is it better to just clean my home myself?

We all have 168 hours in the week, it’s something that we can’t change and have no control over. All we can do is make the most of the time we’ve got.

Would you pay £20-30 per week to get 2-3 hours of your time back? I know that most people would, but only if you truly understand the value of your time.

You could be saving 8-10 hours a month, 96-120 hours a year! That’s a lot of time to spend doing more of what you love just deciding to hire a cleaner for your home.

If you could free up 2-3 hours of your time per week, what would you do with that time?

Can I make getting a cleaner for my home a business decision?

Like some our current customers, perhaps you are self employed or you run your own business. If that’s the case then I know that you probably spend a lot of time working and will understand the value your time.

It may be very difficult for you to find the time to do all the housework, or you may view doing the housework as a chore and a waste of your time compared to spending that time running your business.

Therefore, the best idea for you is to hire a cleaner and make it a business decision.

For example, if you could free up 2-3 hours of your time per week for £20-£30, do you think you could channel that extra time into earning more than £20-£30 from your business in the same time frame? My guess is that you could.

So instead of fretting over not getting the housework done because you have to work a lot, hire a cleaner to do it for you and use your time more valuably.

Can I help someone else to earn a living?

By hiring a cleaner for your home you are doing your part to contribute to the local community.

By paying someone else for 2-3 hours of cleaning a week you are contributing to their pay check every week, thus helping them earn a living, which in turn helps them contribute to their family and household income, which enables them to buy products and services in the local area. It’s a win-win-win!

 

Final thought on hiring a cleaner for your home

When it comes to considering a cleaner for your home, the big questions will normally be around price, but as you can see this isn’t the only aspect to consider.

The fact is, hiring a cleaner for your home is not as much of a luxury as you think it might be – it’s much more affordable if you consider these other important questions.

I like to think that just because you can do something doesn’t mean you should.

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Your turn

  1. What other questions do you have to consider when thinking about hiring a cleaner for your home?
  2. How can we help you to make that decision?

Please ask your questions and join the conversation in the comments section below.

Keep it clean!

Derek.

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