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Bungalow Apartment organize and clean

Cleaning is one of the most tiresome chores that one needs to do on a regular basis.  You may wish to have a sparkling apartment that always looks as though it has just been renovated, but, most of the time, it remains only a fantasy as you find it very difficult to decide where to start cleaning. You may start the cleaning process, but, other obligations get in the way, at the end no matter how hard you try- things still look the same. So, what should you do in order to keep your apartment clean and presentable or to get ALL your deposit returned to you with your Apartment Move-Out Procedure? 

Well, I have an idea . . . Hire CC Home Concierge Company

Apartment Cleaning Prices List

Apartment cleaning prices are based on one-time cleans like a vacant apartment or move-out cleaning. The two most intensive areas for cleaning in an apartment are the kitchen and bathrooms, and the time and effort to clean a bathroom is significantly more than it is to clean a bedroom or a living room, and you’ll see that reflected in my Apartment Cleaning Price List. 

Bedrooms Bathrooms Price
4 2 $140 to $200
3 2 $135 to $180
2 2 $100 to $130
2 1 $90 to $120
1 2 $80 to $110
1 1 $60 to $90

Cleaning Service Add-Ons

 Look to see what you can add to your regular clean. Expect to pay:

  • Indoor pets – $5
  • Doing the laundry – $10 to $50
  • Window cleaning – $50
  • Cleaning the insides of the windows – $10
  • Cleaning the fridge – $12
  • Cleaning the interior of the oven – $15
  • Cabinet organization – $50 (depends on the size/amount of cabinets)

*Once you become a member of the CCHC Team a discounted price will be worked into a customized flat cleaning fee for your cleaning needs* 

Apartment Deep-Cleaning Rates Per Hour

In general, average hourly rates for apartment Deep-Cleaning services are $20 to $40 per worker per hour, with many jobs totaling between $80 and $160 (4 hr/clean). Prices depend on the number of rooms and bathrooms, and the extent of the cleaning needed. Some cleaning companies advertising a specific dollar amount for the first three hours – then a different rate for each subsequent hour, the below is the flat rate fee CCHC charge.

One-Time Clean Standard Clean Deep Clean Move Out Clean
Small 1-bedroom one-bathroom apartment cleaning, the average cost $75 (3.75) $107 (5.35) $127 (6.30)
Large 3-bedroom, 2-bathroom apartment cleaning, starts at $135 (6) $180 (9) $215 (11)

 

Move-Out Cleaning Cost

The average cost of move-out cleaning in an empty apartment is between $127 and $215. Vacant apartment cleaning or move-out cleaning, as it is also known, it’s a deep clean of an empty apartment, and that time is spent doing the best work possible to help renters ensure they get as much of their deposit back as possible – I focus on getting it ALL back!.

Bedrooms Bathrooms Price
4 2 $220 to $275
3 2 $170 to $215
2 2 $140 to $190
2 1 $127 to $175
1 2 $85 to $127
1 1 $75 to $120

 

 

Peace & Harmony

XO Cheryl

 

This is the most overlooked room when staging your home for sale

Great staging tips for the bathrooms when Home Staging your home to get the most profit from the sale.

 

 

Peace & Harmony ~ Cheryl

Would like to get help with Home Staging your home? If you’d like to schedule a 30+ minute consultation with me to learn how a Home Concierge /  Stager can help you get the most profit from the sale of your home – Call me: (860)961.6824 or Email me: cchomeconcierge@gmail.com.

8 Ways to Prepare for Holiday House guests

preparing a guest room 7How to Prepare the Guest Room

If you will be hosting people in your home over the holidays, the first thing you want to focus on is making their bedroom as comfortable as possible. This is the space that your guests are going to make themselves at home, so it’s important to make it cozy and welcoming.

Here are a few things to help make the room inviting:

 

  • Outfit the bed with comfortable sheets, blankets, and pillows – and if possible, don’t use old, worn bedding from years gone by. Just like you enjoy quality bedding in a hotel, plan to provide that for your guests, too. You may want to invest in a set of Egyptian cotton sheets for your guest room, and provide 2 pillows per guest (I’d suggest one fiberfill and one feather-filled.) Cover the bed with a medium weight blanket or comforter, and store extra blankets in the closet for those chilly nights.

 

  • Bedside lamps are a must. If your guest is a late-night reader, providing soft lamp lighting is much nicer than one bright overhead light in the room.

 

  • Post your WiFi network name and password in the guest room. In this tech-y day and age, your guests will most definitely want to tap in to your WiFi on their phones, computers, and tablets, so make it as easy as possible for them to do so.

 

  • A welcome basket of treats, snacks, and small toiletry items is a lovely way to say “We’re So Glad You’re Here!” I save all the small toiletry items from my hotel visits and bring them home to share with my own guests.

 

  • Fresh flowers add a beautiful touch to any room. Even a single flower in a small vase adds can add a dash of freshness, and this little touch will not go unnoticed.

 

  • Provide extra hangers in the closet and ample space to hang clothing. If there’s not enough room for a suitcase, an extra chair, ottoman, or suitcase rack solves that problem.

 

  • Place a few bottles of water on the nightstand, so your guests don’t have to venture to the kitchen at night.

 

  • Add a nightlight in the hallway and near the guest bathroom to help make a middle-of-the-night restroom visit less treacherous.

 

Peace & Harmony ~ Cheryl

Would like to get help to organize your Holiday Preparations? If you’d like to schedule a 30+ minute consultation with me and learn how a Home Concierge can help you get your home ready for Holiday guests – Call me: (860)961.6824 or Email me: cchomeconcierge@gmail.com.