Get Your House Cleaned For Less!!

Posted on February 4, 2009. Filed under: Hiring Cleaners | Tags: , , , , , , |

Cleaning a large house is a highly taxing job, especially for working women. With office work, regular house work and family commitments taking up most of their waking hours, women tend to put off house cleaning for the lack of time or energy. As a result, the place starts looking untidy, despite one’s best intentions. To ensure that your house remains clean at all times, you need to seek the services of a housecleaner. However, the search of an efficient and dependable housecleaner is something that can take up a lot of time, energy and even money!!

Yes, traditional methods of searching for the right professional can be tedious, if not expensive. However, you can save on time, effort and money by opting for the MiNeeds site. By simply posting your requirements on MiNeeds, you can get professionals to seek you out instead of it being the other way around. This is just what the customer from Tacoma, Washington, did when she wanted a maid service for her 5,000 sq ft house. The moment she posted her requirements and related details, MiNeeds informed all the local professionals and prompted them to submit their proposals in order to win the business. Within a few days, she received 7 bids from licensed professionals, 2 of whom offered special services.

You can also save yourself the hassle of searching for the right professional when you need the services of a housecleaner. You can search through the list of Seattle Cleaning Services to find the professional who best meets your criteria. Alternatively, you can just post your needs and wait for the professionals to contact you!

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Stick to Your Budget and Still Get Your Needs Fulfilled

Posted on October 15, 2008. Filed under: Hiring Cleaners | Tags: , , , , , , , , , , |

Everybody knows what they can and can’t afford. In a time of global financial crisis, it is more important than ever to stick to a pre-determined budget. But just because you force yourself to be fiscally responsible does not mean you need to ignore the fact that some things just need to be addressed in life. Say you are a busy professional who is never home, and have a need for a housekeeping service to keep you running on schedule as well as in a clean house. You don’t have to be staying in a hotel to have someone clean up after you, and now you have a place to go to fit such desired services in your spending limits.

MiNeeds is an online community where you can post your needed services and alert professional providers what you are looking for, allowing them to bid for your business. Just look at this Seattle customer looking for a housekeeper. They posted their need on MiNeeds, expressing their strict budget restrictions right off the bat. This leveled the playing field immediately, leaving no secret to what they were able to afford. As a result, nine professionals providing housekeeping services responded with bid proposals, ranging from $48 to $100 per week. The customer was able to choose a provider that they could afford, giving them a great amount of savings while getting the services they needed at the same time.

Are you someone that tends to lose a lot of time to the workforce and could use a little help keeping your house in order? If so, you can start here and browse through these Seattle cleaning services to get a sense of what is out there. Then, simply post your need, sit back, and enjoy the ease of using MiNeeds.

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    The economy is undergoing a recession. So realizing all ways to cut costs has never been more important. This blog educates the readers on how to save money when hiring local service professionals from any occupation. We will share many success stories to emphasize our recommendations. Stay tuned!


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