Housekeepers are very talented individuals that can clean or almost any aspect of a modern home. Because they are so good at this, many people who use the assistance of a cleaning service often ask these individuals if they can perform additional tasks to keep up with their housekeeping. Timber Pines cleaning professionals are more than happy to take on additional tasks for their clients, but there are some chores that cross the line and should never be asked or expedited to be cleaned by a professional housekeeper. While these professionals make it their business to clean as much as possible, not everything can be fixed by a housekeeper.
Misconception Number One: Cooking
Many individuals are under the impression that if they ask their housekeepers they can whip up the occasional family meal but this is not the case. Housekeepers usually work for multiple households throughout their day leaving them with little or no time to cooker while take care of their regular housekeeping. Timber Pines housekeepers are not hired on their ability to cook food but rather their knowledge and ability to clean. If you are looking for some help maintaining your home other than cleaning, maybe you should consider a full-time domestic worker that can perform other chores for your home.
Housekeeper’s Do Not Do Animal Jobs
While there is no question that a housekeeper will clean up minor messes that are normally caused by animals such as cleaning up shredding hair or deodorizing smells in your home, they are not in any shape or form pet groomers. Many homeowners might be under the impression that a housekeeper will be able to handle keeping an animal trimmed and washed but this is not one of their qualifications for housekeeping. Timber Pines residents think that one dog or cat is not that much extra work to handle but no housekeeper wants to be held reliable in case something goes wrong as well as possibly putting themselves in danger as no one can predict an animal’s behavior.
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