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Why book floor cleaning through Airtasker?

Are your floors in need of a deep clean? Sometimes grime and dirt can be hard to get rid of, especially if it’s had time to settle into the crevices of your floorboards and tiles. If you’ve got a special event planned or if you’d like to freshen up your floors, save time and hire someone to keep your floors clean and sanitised for you. A professional floor cleaner will help you get your home sparkling - from the ground up!

Whether you need a one-off deep clean or someone to maintain your floors every week, you’ll find your perfect floor cleaning match on Airtasker. Our cleaners are passionate about what they do, with specialised equipment and expertise needed to give you the best results.

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Top Floor Cleaning related questions

Why hire professional floor cleaning services?

Floor cleaning can be labour-intensive and time-consuming, especially if you’re looking for a deep-clean. A professional floor cleaner will use the best method for your floor surface, with specialised equipment that gives you the best end result.

How often should floors be cleaned?

It depends on your floor type and how it’s being used. Most floors need vacuuming once a week and mopping weekly or fortnightly. Tile and grout cleaning, as well as carpet cleaning will generally need to be done once a year.

Are different methods used for different types of flooring?

Different types of flooring require different methods of care. For example, hardwood floors can’t be exposed to steam or water for too long, and carpets require special chemical treatments and techniques that aren’t necessary for hard floors.

How should I prepare for my floor cleaner?

The best way to prepare for your floor cleaner is to move any items that may get in the way of cleaning, including furniture, clothes, and toys.

How long does floor cleaning in an average house take?

Weekly floor cleaning tasks (vacuuming, sweeping, mopping) usually take around 1 hour in a standard 3-bedroom home. However, a deep cleaning service (with tile and grout cleaning, as well as carpet cleaning) will usually take around 2-4 hours.

How much does a professional floor cleaning service cost?

The cost of floor cleaning is usually between $50-$100 when you hire your cleaner through Airtasker. But your service may cost more or less than this, depending on the type of floor, the size of the floor, how long it’ll take, and the types of cleaning techniques you need.

What does a floor cleaning service include?

No matter your floor type, there’s a  floor cleaning method to suit it. Your cleaner will start by confirming your floor type so they can recommend the best techniques and cleaning solutions. In general, here’s what you can expect from some of the most common floor cleaning services:


Vacuum

Vacuuming is an essential step to prepare your floor area for a deep clean. While some cleaners may sweep hard floors, vacuuming is more common as it can include carpeted areas and rugs. Your cleaner may include picking up items such as toys, clothes, and books, before vacuuming to get rid of any loose debris and dirt.


Mop

After a thorough vacuum, your cleaner will mop all hard floors. They’ll usually use a mop/bucket combo and a cleaning agent. Using the mop head, they’ll work the floors to get rid of any stubborn grime, dirt, or stains. They may use different types of cleaning agents, depending on the type of hard-floor you have. They’ll finish up by dry-mopping to remove any dirty water on your floor. Your floor cleaner may also steam-mop your floors for an extra deep clean (although they’ll avoid timber flooring). In this case, they’ll prepare the mop pads on their device, switch it on, then steam mop all hard surfaces.


Carpet cleaning

Carpet cleaning tackles dirt, liquids, mould, allergens, pollutants, bacteria, dust mites, and even bed bugs that can build up in your carpet over time. Your floor cleaner can steam clean, dry clean, or shampoo your carpet to keep it fresh and clean. They’ll assess your carpet type, check for stains, then use the best carpet cleaning techniques and detergents for your floors. Once they’re finished, they’ll switch on your fans and open up the windows to speed up drying time. Note that most carpet cleaners will only work on visible areas of carpet, so if you want them to clean under things like beds and couches, you’ll need to move these onto the hard floor before your cleaner arrives.


Tile and grout cleaning

One floor cleaning task that is too often overlooked is tile and grout cleaning. Grout darkens over time, as the porous surface collects dirt and water, growing bacteria and mould. Your floor cleaner will restore your tiles to their former glory with the right techniques and equipment. After vacuuming, your cleaner will apply a special grout cleaning solution to break down any dirt, grime, and other contaminants. After soaking for 10-20 minutes, they’ll scrub the surface - either manually or with a machine. Next, they’ll wash the area using hot water to extract the filthy water and cleaning solution. Finally, they’ll dry the tiles and seal the grout to help it stay clean for longer.

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