Tired Of A Dirty House

Dated: May 9 2019

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Many people overestimate the cost to get their home professionally cleaned from top to bottom (see more below). After spending time moving furniture, packing up boxes, wouldn't it be nice to just press the "easy button" to have a professional come take care of the cleaning?  

I have seen many different types of "home cleaners" over the years, but none have been able to match the effectiveness (and affordability) of GMG Services, run by Walter Gheller. Walter and his team have delivered excellent service, which has resulted in me having very happy clients!

For a top to bottom cleaning of your home, you can expect a cost of approximately $350-$450 depending on size of your home (this would be about 6 hours of cleaning per person for 2 of Walter's team)...this is very detailed and includes things like: vacuuming popcorn ceilings to remove cobwebs, cleaning the windows and window tracts, cleaning the grout in the bathroom, working on corners, cleaning the "little things", etc. 

 If you want your house to sell faster, look better and make the process easier, Walter is my "go-to" resource for professional home cleaning! 

  

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STIEG STRAND Realtor at RE/MAX Results

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