Mini Mops, Inc. ~ Exceptional House Cleaning since 1975

Cleaning Your Outdoor Living Room

The weather is just about perfect in most areas right now …

Are you spending more time outside?

Do you use your patio or deck as an extension of your home? As an outside room?

Do you clean it accordingly?

Do you:

  • Clean the floor (sweep, mop, scrub, etc.)?
  • Dust the furniture?
  • Wash the light fixtures?
  • Clean the kitchen/grill?
  • Wash the windows?

I bet you do … at least to some degree!

Did you know that most professional house cleaning companies will incorporate outdoor living areas if you ask them to and if you add enough extra time to accommodate the extra work?

Mini Mops House Cleaning does!

Generally, if you want to add extra service like cleaning outdoor spaces, you should call and arrange this with the office PRIOR to your cleaning appointment.

You should not spring a special request like this on your workers without first clearing it with the management and/or scheduling staff of your house cleaning company. This is so they can make sure they have the supplies and equipment needed to accommodate your request, AND they can make the necessary adjustments to the schedule.

Just like with the interior of your home, you should be able to request a “spring cleaning” at the beginning of the outdoor living season, and then keep the space up with “maintenance cleaning” after that.

By the way, expect the same type of cleaning that happens indoors. Most house cleaning companies will not have the equipment or carry the insurance coverage to do heavy duty exterior cleaning like power washing.

Why not start the conversation with YOUR house cleaning company, and get your outdoor living area professionally cleaned?

Then you can sit back, relax, and enjoy!

Mini Mops, Inc. is a professional house cleaning company serving residential and commercial clients in the Fresno-Clovis CA area since 1975. They are currently accepting new clients. Please visit their website for more information:


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