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Local house Cleaning Services

Kick your feet up, you deserve it.

At the end of a long week, the last thing you want to do is spend your precious free time cleaning the house.

We get it and we’re here to help.

Services available:
  • Vacuuming floors and furniture
  • Vacuuming under beds and furniture
  • Hardwood floor treatments
  • Bathroom Cleaning and sanitizing commodes, walls, and floors
  • Wiping down all small appliances, furnishings, and cabinets
  • Kitchen cleaning and sanitization
  • Dusting
  • Bathroom cleaning and sanitization
  • Wiping surfaces
  • Sweeping and mopping
  • Washing walls
  • Steam cleaning carpets and rugs
  • Sanitizing surfaces, doorknobs and appliances

Find your local TruBlue to get started.

We operate in many different locations across the US

Local House Cleaning Services

With TruBlue, you can have the best of both worlds: a clean home and the freedom to actually enjoy your time off. From vacuuming and dusting, to cleaning windows and everything in between, our local house cleaning services are here to help.

Call us if you need an extra hand around the house every once in a while. Or, with House Care Plus, we can create a custom cleaning plan that’s just right for you.

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Setting the Standard for Service

We realize letting someone inside your home is an exercise in trust. Our team sets the standard in quality for local house cleaning services. They are courteous, prompt, reliable, and highly vetted to ensure professionalism and the highest quality of work.

With TruBlue's house cleaning services, you can rest easy knowing that we use the industry’s most trusted brands. We use such products as Spic and Span, Comet, Febreze, and other P&G brands to ensure the best clean possible, but we can also use your products, if you prefer.

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The Gift of Clean

Most seniors want to live at home as they age, as opposed to an assisted living facility. Sometimes the challenges of cleaning a home can hinder this choice for seniors and their families. Our gift cards can be used for help with everyday cleaning and household chores that get increasingly difficult with old age. Contact us to learn more and give a gift that truly matters - the gift of independence.

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Adding value to your home doesn’t always mean redoing the basement, getting a new roof or embarking on another large – and expensive – project. You can make your house more valuable and more attractive to potential buyers in the future with small projects too! From adding ceiling fans to updating your bathroom to installing a new front door, here are our five favorite projects for making a large impact without making a large investment: Front Door: Your front door says a lot about your home and is often the first interaction guests have with your property. While a standard front door will run about $100, for a slightly larger investment, you can get something with some extra character. While installing a new door isn’t overly complicated, this is a great time to get new weather stripping, paint your trim, and freshen up your front porch. Let your local TruBlue do all the handyman work! We can also help you paint your door if that’s the direction you want to go. Bathroom Floors: While we often talk to people about future-proofing their home with a zero- or low-entry shower or adding grab bars, replacing the floor can have a big impact on the room too. Let’s face it – bathroom floors get gross and, no matter how well you clean them, they easily fall victim to daily use. Consider swapping out that 90s tile for something more modern (and less slippery!) Upgrading Cabinets: Replacing your cabinets can be an expensive project, but you don’t have to start from scratch to give your cabinets new life! Cabinets can be stained or painted – depending on what you’re starting with – and new knobs and handles can give your space a fresh look, no matter your style. While switching out pulls can be pretty easy, consider bringing in a TruBlue professional to help with painting or staining. You’ll notice those streaks every day if they aren’t done just right. Ceiling Fans: No matter what part of the country you live in, ceiling fans are a hit. From adding them to upstairs bedrooms to updating them in your dining room, having the right ceiling fans can make your home much more attractive and really add value. This isn’t a major project, but working with the electric and cutting into the ceiling is definitely something you want to consider hiring a professional to help with before you get started. Freshen Your Walls: Whether you’re someone who loves color or you’re beige and gray all the way, having fresh, clean, and repaired walls isn’t something to overlook. Drywall is easily damaged and a hassle to fix right. Let us come in, make those repairs, paint, clean up the dust, hang fresh artwork or do whatever else you’d like to give your home that “finished” feel. TruBlue technicians around the country are ready to help with your house projects, from small repairs and upgrades like these to cleaning services, handyman repairs, yard work, and more.
While larger, more expensive homes may come with walk-in closets, beautiful pantries, and cabinets galore, we don’t all have the luxury of that kind of home organization and storage on move-in day. But whether you have a 1,000-square-foot home or a 4,000-square-foot home, modifying your closets, pantries and other home storage and organization can make your home both more functional and more beautiful. Often, when we move into a home, we accept the storage solutions – and challenges – as the home was designed… at least until it drives us crazy enough to make changes. It’s easy enough to buy closet racks at a big box home improvement store, but have you considered opening up wall space for additional closet access? How about installing a recessed cabinet in an existing wall? Is your cabinet design the most effective for your needs? Where do you even start? Here where we’d start (https://www.trubluehousecare.com/services/handyman-services/) – look around. Take a step back and consider what about your house drives you crazy. If your spices are a complete mess, maybe you could benefit from a vertical spice shelf. If your stoneware doesn’t quite fit into your existing cabinets, maybe it makes sense to look at ways you can reorganize your cabinetry. If you are limited on closet space but you have a lot of shoes, maybe under-bed storage, wall storage, or another custom solution is really what you need. In addition to cutting down on clutter and making your home more functional, truly great storage and organization can make your home more beautiful. Who doesn’t love a hidden recycling drawer? Who isn’t impressed by a perfectly organized coat closet? Having a clean, clutter-free home is beautiful and it often starts with organization. As homeowners, we often spend years living with things about our home that we don’t love only to renovate them when we go to list the house for sale. There’s no reason to avoid making those adjustments in order to love your home even more, especially with financing options through TruBlue like EasyPay.
Whether you’re moving into a new home, planning a renovation or deciding you have to do something after spending almost a year stuck inside your messy house, finding the right kind of organizational tools for your own, unique home can be challenging, but fun. From installing closet organizers to redoing pantries to creating build-ins, TruBlue can help with all kinds of organizational projects (https://trubluestaging.wpengine.com/services/handyman-services/), but it helps start with your own inspiration. Here are the three shows that inspire us the most when it comes to ways to organizing with more than cube storage, junk drawers and under-bed boxes: Get Organized with The Home Edit (Netflix): On this show, expert home organizers Clea and Joanna help clients – from celebrities to the girl next door – edit, categorize and contain their clutter to create stunning spaces. This show does a great job of finding ways to weight the personal value of our things with our available space and the design we want for our homes. Sure, you can always hang shelves on every wall for boxes… but should you? Probably not. Bea Organized (Amazon Prime): This one follows Beatrice Copeland, a writer, director and personal organizer, as she meets clients and helps them tackle their space and organizational issues. In each episode, she meets a new client (or group of clients) with unique challenges and, typically, not a lot of space or money to make improvements. How can a chef organize his personal kitchen? How can a one-bathroom house accommodate three adults? What can a beauty blogger do to make her space more functional? This show has a little something for everyone. Dream Home Makeover (Netflix): While Dream Home Makeover is focused on completely recreating spaces – whether you have $20,000 or $2 million to work with – many of their projects have organizational and storage elements you can build into your own home for even a couple hundred bucks. They do a great job of expanding cabinet spaces, adding built-ins, working with shelves and finding ways to maximize closets. These shows are more focused on ways to design your home to help you store and organize your home. If you are looking for shows that talk about ways to incorporate minimalism into your life, downsize or even get into the science of why a cleaner home can help improve your mental health, that’s a whole other list of great shows, including Tidying Up with Marie Kondo, Happy, Mission Organization or even Clean House. If you’re ready to jump into a project – large or small – that can help you organize your home and store everything from family photos to rolls of tape in a way that works for your life, your home and your family, it’s time to talk to your local TruBlue.

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TruBlue Total House Care has locally owned and operated locations across the U.S. Support local business, backed by the assurance of a national name you can trust.

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