Besides the questions we answered on the home page here are some more of the most common questions our new clients tend to ask
How to get started?
Fill out our contact form then we will respond to you to answer any remaining questions you may have and to schedule your free initial consultation. After the consultation, we can book your first cleaning and schedule you for regular visits to help keep your home as clean and healthy as possible.
What does it cost?
As noted above, our initial consultation visit is free. The actual cost of a cleaning depends on the size and the unique requirements of your home or business. Our rates are competitive with (or comparable to) other cleaning services. A typical cleaning costs about $150.
How long does a cleaning take?
Most homes take about 2 hours for a team of 2 cleaning technicians (4 total hours).
Typically a first time cleaning will take a bit longer than regular recurring cleanings.
How often do you come to clean?
Most homeowners want us to clean every other week. Most businesses want to be cleaned every evening.
I have a special situation, can you help?
We do handle special situations. Fill out our contact form or call us to discuss your needs.
What organizations does Karma Diva belong to?
We belong to ARCSI, the Association of Residential Cleaning Service.
How else do you help the world?
Karma Diva works with the Small Business Administration and other organizations to help disadvantaged people like single mothers get established in the working world.
We also volunteer for Cleaning For A Reason, which matches cleaning companies willing to donate their efforts to women with cancer.
Is There Anything Karma Diva Doesn't Do?
Karma Diva does so many things. You might wonder, is there anything we don't do? Yes, there are some things we don't do!
We don't do personal laundry, cleanup of pet or human waste, child care, errand running, or other general Maid Service, Nanny, or Caretaker tasks.
Our mission is to clean your home so you can focus on everything else in your life without worrying about cleaning.