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Cleaning costs

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Re: Cleaning costs

Post by Paulsclews » 4 years ago

Wow quite a difference in prices,will contact Paula at p&g for a list,many thanks for all your help and advice

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Post by sovereign » 4 years ago

im not related to p and g :lol: im not being paid by p and g :lol: , im just happy with the overall complete package of services, ill let you make your own mind up mate and hope you get what your looking for

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Post by dorchris » 4 years ago

So glad I live near to our caravan and can do everything my self, don't think we could take on any more charges.

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Post by bradders » 4 years ago

Only just seen the responses to my post from a few months ago and people seemingly shocked at paying that much for a clean.

I'm very happy with the service I get for that price. I get 2 hours of cleaning done in that time and all bedding changed, 2 toilets/bathrooms done, windows cleaned, etc. Yes, you can clean a caravan in an hour but not thoroughly enough to get into the nooks and crannies in my experience. I've spent 6 years trying out different cleaners and different levels of service and have had this cleaner for 3 seasons now, she does a fantastic job, which makes it well worth the extra £200 or so a year I'm now paying than what I was previously. I could save money and ask guests to bring their own linen and reduce the costs to what others pay, but I like the peace of mind knowing they are at least sleeping on a sheet and under a duvet :big_grin:

As the saying goes - you get what you pay for!

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