Deep Cleaning Service

Though effective, a Standard Cleaning service isn’t always enough. If you’re hosting a major event, haven’t cleaned your house for some time now, or are hiring a cleaning service for the first time, Deep Cleaning is the way to go.

A deep cleaning service covers more places within your house, pays special attention to hard-to-reach surfaces, and performs a broader range of cleaning activities than a standard cleaning service.

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When Should I Hire a Deep Cleaning Service?

Deep Cleaning is ideal for a variety of circumstances. For example, first time users of a cleaning service should have a Deep Cleaning service.


If you’ve been cleaning your house on your own and attempting to keep it neat, and you want to try a professional cleaning service for the first time, you should start with a Deep Cleaning.


It will allow you to see a significant change right away, and it will also allow our crew to focus on not just the common areas, but a wider number of surfaces and hard-to-reach areas that might’ve not been cleaned in a long time.


If you notice there’s something “wrong” with your home’s cleanliness, and that goes beyond what a standard service would be able to fix, that’s another sign that Deep Cleaning is the type of service you need. Unpleasant odors coming from your carpet, or dust building up on your floors and walls, are good examples of this.


Deep Cleaning will be able to remove smells, stains, and dirt that has settled into your home, by taking care of more areas such as light fixtures, ceiling fans and cabinets.


If you’ve moved recently into your new home, a deep cleaning is a good idea, especially if your home was previously occupied.


In any case, remember to contact us if you’re not sure what service you should choose, or if you have any other questions or comments.

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The Complete Deep Cleaning Process

The entire Deep Cleaning process can be found down below. Check it out and add special instructions or additional tasks on the booking page.

Kitchen & Eating Area

  • Clean countertops
  • Clean inside or range hood
  • Clean drip pans
  • Clean grease filter
  • Wipe out microwave
  • Spot clean doors and frames for fingerprints
  • Clean and disinfect sinks, shine chrome
  • Clean and shine appliances
  • Clean outside of cabinets
  • Clean light fixture and ceiling fans
  • Clean knick-knack areas
  • Hand wipe all kitchen furniture
  • Outside of cabinets cleaned
  • Wipe baseboards
  • Mop and vacuum floors


  • Scrub tile grouting
  • Treat mildew chemically
  • Clean and disinfect vanity and sink
  • Clean and disinfect bathtubs, tile walls, and showers
  • Give the shower door extra attention
  • Clean and disinfect the toilet
  • Wipe baseboards
  • Spot clean door and frames for fingerprints
  • Clean and shine mirrors and chrome fixtures
  • Wipe fronts of cabinets
  • Extra attention to floors
  • Individually clean knick-knacks
  • Remove the trash

Living & Sleeping Areas

  • Clean light fixtures and ceiling fans
  • Wipe window sills and ledges
  • Spot clean doors and frames for fingerprints
  • Vacuum carpet edges
  • Clean knick-knacks individually
  • Wipe baseboards
  • Vacuum areas under accessible furniture
  • Hand wipe furniture
  • Vacuum upholstery and furniture
  • Dust lampshade
  • Shine and clean mirrors
  • Dust heavy knick-knack areas
  • Dust louvered doors
  • Dust mini blinds
  • Dust intricate items
  • Dust picture frames
  • Remove cobwebs
  • Dust ceiling fans
  • Remove trash

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