Excellent reliable and cost-effective service.
Thank you for sending me two such pleasant hard working young ladies. Where do you find them?
I would recommend the Cleanhome service to anyone it’s great value for money easy to set up and Sharon and Phil are extremely professional. My cleaner Kate always does a fantastic job.
Cleanhome York were very quick to respond to my initial query and were able to find me the right support in less than one week. I was looking for a cleaner as soon as possible … but I never thought Cleanhome would be able to act so quickly. I had not heard of Cleanhome York before so I was very impressed with this service. Vicky has been excellent – its like having a second pair of hands … only better!!
Firstly, we sincerely hope you and your family remain safe and healthy in these extremely worrying times.
I write in respect of the business fee as we are asking all clients who miss any cleans to keep a record of them. We can then ensure you are refunded any business fees paid over this time for the cleans that have been missed.
As the cleaners work directly for you it is up to you whether you wish to retain their services at this time and we support wholly any decision you make. We also ask that you follow up to date government advice to keep both yourself and your family safe, as well as the cleaner.
The government advice is that people are being allowed to travel to and from work, but only where that work can not be done from home. This means that your cleaner can continue to clean for you should you wish, but that government guidelines on social distancing must obviously be observed.
Most of our clients are continuing with their cleaner, however others are asking that we put the cleaning on hold for the moment, which we are also very happy to do - we will support your wishes to the very best of our ability and will ensure that any of the missed cleans get either refunded or ‘banked’ – whichever you prefer, and we guarantee you will not lose out financially.
Both the cleaners and myself are self-employed. We are a small, local business and we will continue to do our best for both our clients and cleaners in these challenging times. Our office will be open as usual and we appreciate the continued support of all our valued clients.
In return we would like to offer our assistance, if any is needed, to all our clients at this very difficult time, and in particular to our older clients who may be self-isolating. If there is any help that we can provide in any way then please, just give us a call and we will do everything we can to help.
If anything good comes out of this terrible situation, then it’s that we all need to look out for each other, and we are very happy to play our part.Stay safe and well 😊
The Cleaning Industry Health and Safety is a vast topic as professional cleaners can be exposed to chemicals and other harmful situations which are hazardous to health. They can be exposed to various hazardous environments, two examples are working in confined spaces or at height. Here we are going to take a quick look at the top health and safety concerns for the cleaning of your home…
The Cleaning Industry Health and Safety are applicable to both industrial cleaning and house cleaning services. The cleaning process itself involves the use of cleaning products. Most of the cleaning products that are available in the market today are made up of the following:
Apart from these common ingredients, cleaning products also include fragrances, colouring agents and disinfectants. All of these ingredients have the potential to cause allergic reactions or burns if special care is not taken while using these products.
Today more and more people are looking for an alternative method of cleaning to avoid using materials which can be hazardous to people or the environment.
Many years ago, it was a common practice to use vinegar to clean windows and bicarb to clean the pots and pans. People also use to combine the two together to unblock the drain pipes in their sinks.
Being eco-friendly is a modern trend so people are making a switch to using various methods to clean their homes.
The eco-friendly market for cleaning products is a booming industry but they still use plastic containers for the materials. Opposed to the people who are developing the E-Cloth which only require the use of water.
When it comes to the Cleaning Industry Health and Safety regulations in your own home the question is who is responsible for knowing them? The answer is YOU are!
So, what can you do?
Some people opt for hiring a specialist cleaning service to hand over the responsibility to them. Believing that this will ensure that all the cleaners will have the experience and expertise it takes to handle chemicals and machinery used as part of the cleaning process in your home.
Will this minimize the risk? Are the costs acceptable? The amount of training and awareness a cleaning staff receives will vary from company to company.
By following these simple tips you will reduce the risk. Firstly, stand back for 5 seconds to assess all the dangers involved. For example, is the cleaning at height, is it in a confined space or is will involve hot or cold temperatures. Identify all the hazards then take steps to reduce the risk of an incident.
Decide what substance can be used for cleaning task. Identify the hazards involved in using these materials. Read the instructions to ensure that you aware of all the risks when using the product.
Many people ignore reading the medical precautions that should be taken in the event of an accident. This is very important, especially when using a very hazardous product. Some products can be lethal. If you read this advice you may then decide to look for an alternative product which is less harmful.
Finally, assess how many people should perform this task to do it safely?
With prior planning, you will reduce the risk of an injury and minimize the damage.
In the UK the Health Executive provide in-depth Cleaning Industry Health and Safety Guidelines on their website. The site provides occupation health and safety advice for everyone working the cleaning industry. This information is aimed predominately at employers advising them on how they can comply with the UK’s health and safety laws, it has lots of great advice and tips for everyone who cleans.
At the end of the day, it is the individual who will decide how the cleaning will be performed. The overall cost of the cleaning is generally the major deciding factor.
By following the tips above you will minimize the risks when cleaning has to be done in your home.
We at Cleanhome York provide domestic cleaning services in the Thirsk, York and Selby areas. We advise all our new clients, that it’s in their best interest if they supply the cleaning materials. As they know what works in their own home and it also avoids any cross contamination.
If you are looking to hire a cleaning service in the area we cover then please check out our website here and contact us for a no-obligation quote.
Cleanhome York – Bespoke Service.
We are not happy until you are! Your cleaner will usually tailor their services to fit exactly with your requirements, including spring cleaning and ironing.