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There are also cleaner interaction like the IICRC (Institute of Inspection, Cleaning & Restoration) ASCR (Association of Advisors in Cleaning & Restoration), and the NCCA (National Carpet Cleaners Association), which offer technician certification and training. If you're considering a cleaner that has one or more ratings via an organization like this, then you include a better chance of getting a good job. But really, having a designation sewn on their sleeve or perhaps certification card in their money still doesn't guarantee the type of work ethic or amount of professionalism they will bring into your home. Hmm, that's nonetheless no answer. Ask for references and then call them. You only can't beat this idea. If cleaners are imprecise with references, it's both because they're new to your town, or because they aren't sure they would like you calling any earlier customers. (Asking for evidences is a very good idea with workers as well. ) If the clean has been in town for a while, they must be able to give some of your neighbors as references. This is the very best way to minimize problems and maximize your cleaning dollars.

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