looking for house cleaning jobs

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michelle watkeys

Huntington, WV

#1 Jan 7, 2013
I'm looking for people needing their home or office cleaned. I start my pay at 50. Call Michelle at 304 ninesixtwo2nine9four. Been housekeeper going on 15 yrs. I know it's hard to keep up with the chores when you work long hours. It's nice to come home to a nice clean home after a long shift. Call me and I promise you'll not be disappointed. I charge extra for laundry. Look forward to your call. I'm needing to do this so my boy can join up on sports plus gas money.
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Just Wondering

Slippery Rock, PA

#7 Jan 7, 2013
michelle watkeys wrote:
I'm looking for people needing their home or office cleaned. I start my pay at 50. Call Michelle at 304 ninesixtwo2nine9four. Been housekeeper going on 15 yrs. I know it's hard to keep up with the chores when you work long hours. It's nice to come home to a nice clean home after a long shift. Call me and I promise you'll not be disappointed. I charge extra for laundry. Look forward to your call. I'm needing to do this so my boy can join up on sports plus gas money.
I have a son with special needs so I had to stop work and school to care for him b/c his health needs are so severe that only someone with medical training would be able to care for him and since I haven't finished my degree yet, any job I could get would pay less than what I would have to pay for child care while I was at work.

However, my son is reaching the point where he will be starting school and I want to go back to school and finish my degree also. But, I would also like to start working again at the same time. I saw a show the other day that featured a company much like the ones seen on that show "Hoarders" that go in very dirty homes (usually ones that have been foreclosed and are bank owned) and clean the whole house, discard anything that can't be used or donated, paint, and repair damage (anything from electrical damage, water/plumbing damage (either the pipes or damage from leaks), holes in the walls and floors, manicure the yard and do landscaping, basically anything that needs done to make the house marketable) and because the work is usually so extensive and being payed for by the bank or landlords the pay is apparently pretty good. Also, with foreclosures and evictions being so high in this economy there is apparently no shortage of customers.

From the little bit of research I have done there isn't really many (if any)companies that cover this area which means there wouldn't be a lot of competition. I also used to clean houses for extra money, I worked for a painting company my friend's father owned in high-school (and still have people call me to come paint for them b/c I did so well in the past) and I am very good with different ways of painting i.e. sponge painting, wash painting, creating designs, great with the rub on murals,etc. I also know how to patch holes, hang drywall, just simple home repairs.But, I have a friend who can do any work needed from plumbing to electric work and just about anything else.

I've been seriously considering opening a business like this and have even already inquired about a business loan, licensing, etc. It's still going to take a while to get it up and running but if you would be interested in getting involved in the project then list your e-mail and I will contact you so we can discuss this issue further. Thanks! And, no matter what good luck with your cleaning business.
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michelle watkeys

Huntington, WV

#9 Jan 7, 2013
Just Wondering wrote:
<quoted text>I have a son with special needs so I had to stop work and school to care for him b/c his health needs are so severe that only someone with medical training would be able to care for him and since I haven't finished my degree yet, any job I could get would pay less than what I would have to pay for child care while I was at work.

However, my son is reaching the point where he will be starting school and I want to go back to school and finish my degree also. But, I would also like to start working again at the same time. I saw a show the other day that featured a company much like the ones seen on that show "Hoarders" that go in very dirty homes (usually ones that have been foreclosed and are bank owned) and clean the whole house, discard anything that can't be used or donated, paint, and repair damage (anything from electrical damage, water/plumbing damage (either the pipes or damage from leaks), holes in the walls and floors, manicure the yard and do landscaping, basically anything that needs done to make the house marketable) and because the work is usually so extensive and being payed for by the bank or landlords the pay is apparently pretty good. Also, with foreclosures and evictions being so high in this economy there is apparently no shortage of customers.

From the little bit of research I have done there isn't really many (if any)companies that cover this area which means there wouldn't be a lot of competition. I also used to clean houses for extra money, I worked for a painting company my friend's father owned in high-school (and still have people call me to come paint for them b/c I did so well in the past) and I am very good with different ways of painting i.e. sponge painting, wash painting, creating designs, great with the rub on murals,etc. I also know how to patch holes, hang drywall, just simple home repairs.But, I have a friend who can do any work needed from plumbing to electric work and just about anything else.

I've been seriously considering opening a business like this and have even already inquired about a business loan, licensing, etc. It's still going to take a while to get it up and running but if you would be interested in getting involved in the project then list your e-mail and I will contact you so we can discuss this issue further. Thanks! And, no matter what good luck with your cleaning business.
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mentalvoyuer

Charleston, WV

#10 Jan 7, 2013
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Javier Morales

Tampa, FL

#13 Jun 22, 2013
Looking clean houses or offices I have five years of experience am educated I am responsible For working
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Alexandria, VA

#15 Jun 24, 2013
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