Do you need your home cleaning done for you?
If you’re looking for domestic cleaners in Cardiff, then we’re here to help.
Find Your Ideal Cleaner is a cleaning company with a difference. If you’ve ever wanted to find a cleaner for your home and just manage them yourself without going through a third party, well now you can!
We’ve set up a database where you can search for domestic cleaners in Cardiff without the need for a middle man (or woman!) which means lower costs for you.
The advantages of taking a cleaner on directly with Find Your Ideal Cleaner include:
Overall lower cost: You only have to pay us while you are searching for a cleaner so you’re not paying ongoing fees over and above the cleaner’s pay.
Also the opportunity to save a substantial amount arises if you have a cleaner for more than 2 hours per week and even more the longer you keep them on. See the table below to see how much you can save:
Continuity: Having the same cleaner at your household each week enables you to build a good relationship with your cleaner and achieve more consistent results for your house cleaning.
Loyalty: The opportunity of paying a higher rate directly to the cleaner rather than paying a margin to an agency increases loyalty. We do feel that more often than not “private” domestic cleaners stay with their clients a lot longer on average than if they are working via a company or agency.
Peace of mind: You are able to continue your subscription if you never want to be without a cleaner as you can go back anytime and get another cleaner if your regular one is away or you just need extra hours cleaning in your home but your current cleaner is unable to do it. If you do this, it’s still usually cheaper than getting a cleaner via a company or agency, particularly if you have more than 2 hours per week cleaning. Alternatively if you are disciplined, you can cancel your subscription and just re-join whenever the need arises.
A one stop shop: We know it can be hard to impossible to find a private domestic cleaner so with Find Your Ideal Cleaner you no longer need to advertise for a cleaner on a variety of websites, pay to advertise in shop windows or beg your friends or colleagues to ask their cleaner if they can fit you in.
Admin Tools: Organise everything in one place with our internal messaging system and admin tools that enable you to:
- review cleaners
- add interviews
- and much more
How much is it?
As our service is new and we are now launching in Cardiff we are offering a full free subscription for a limited period only.
Once we start charging the fees will be £27.00 a month or £67.00 for a quarter.
What else do we do?
- tried to make the database as easy to use as possible and have many tutorial videos to help you. We also have a YouTube channel where you can access these all in one place.
- guidance and safety notes to help you recruit and manage your domestic cleaners with as little hassle as possible
Areas We Cover:
We’re here to help you find the ideal domestic cleaner so you’re able to get the best cleaning service in your area on service and price.
We cover the whole of Cardiff including the areas shown below:
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Cardiff for much of its history was a small town and did not see real growth until the industrial revolution.
In 1801 the population of Cardiff was less than 1,900. By 1851 it was over 18,000. By 1871 it was almost 60,000. By 1900 the population of Cardiff was over 160,000.
Its transport system started to grow and in 1815 a boat service began running between Cardiff and Bristol running twice a week and the first railway station opened in 1840.
Cardiff in the industrial revolution was a very large port exporting mainly coal, iron and grain.
For a while Cardiff port, known as Tiger Bay, was the busiest port in the world.
With the prosperity that the industrial revolution brought, The Royal Arcade opened in 1863 and Cardiff Arms Park in the late 1800’s.
Cardiff was granted city status in 1905 and was officially recognised as the capital city of Wales in 1955.
In 1980 the M4 was opened.
In the 20th century the port industries declined and in 1987 The Cardiff Bay Development Corporation was established to transform the derelict Cardiff docks into Cardiff Bay.
Cardiff Bay is currently a thriving waterside development.
Cardiff industry is now based around the services sector of which tourism forms a large part.
In 2017 Cardiff’s estimated population is around 360,000.
Things to see and visit in Cardiff:
- Cardiff Castle
- Cardiff Arms Park
- Wales Millennium Centre
- Cardiff International White Water
- The Dr Who Experience
- St Fagan’s Natural History Museum
- Bute Park