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- How much does professional oven cleaning cost?
- Oven cleaning price list
- What factors affect the cost of cleaning your oven?
- What are the standard inclusions of oven cleaning?
- Do I need to hire someone to clean my oven?
- How to post your first oven cleaning task
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Last updated on October 8, 2023
How much does professional oven cleaning cost?
Standard oven cleaning usually costs between $65 to $150, but your cleaner might charge more or less. The cost of oven cleaning depends on where you live, the condition and age of your oven, and how long it’s likely to take.
By the end of this guide, you’ll have a clear idea of what you can expect to pay to get your oven or stovetop cleaned professionally.
Oven cleaning price list
The average cost of oven cleaning depends on the type of oven and how much work is involved in making your appliance sparkly again. Here's an overview of oven cleaning costs:
Oven, rangehood, and stovetop cleaning
What factors affect the cost of cleaning your oven?
The cost of oven cleaning services can vary. Here are the factors that might increase or decrease the price:
Task complexity, urgency, and duration
Date of last cleaning project
Any extras (like stovetop, rangehood, BBQ cleaning)
Available equipment or supplies
Weekend or holiday rates
What are the standard inclusions of oven cleaning?
When you book an oven cleaner, it might take 1-2 hours, depending on the size and condition of your oven). Your oven cleaner will usually include the following services:
Set up protective sheets to keep the surrounding area clean
Remove all trays and interior racks and clean them with appropriate products
Remove doors (if they can be removed) and clean them inside and out
Clean the interior oven cavity
Replace all parts correctly
Clean the surrounding area and put any rubbish in the bin
Test the oven to make sure it works perfectly
Standard oven cleaning prices don’t usually include extras, like cleaning your grill, stovetop, and rangehood, so if these need attention, you need to request them specifically. Your cleaner might also be able to help with fridge cleaning, floor mopping, or whole house cleaning.
Do I need to hire someone to clean my oven?
If you’ve ever attempted DIY oven cleaning, you’ll know it’s a messy job that can take hours. You’ll have to bend yourself into an awkward position, use harsh chemicals, and put up with a strong smell. If you’ve been putting off cleaning your oven for too long, it might be worth seeking professional help.
A professional job will:
Help your oven function better
Prevent fires from built-up grease and food remnants
Save energy by improving efficiency
Help your food taste better
Reduce oven fumes and smoking
You can also hire a professional oven cleaner as part of move-out cleaning to make sure you get your bond back.
How to post your first oven cleaning task
Are you ready to hire a house cleaner? It’s easy! Just post a task, review offers, and choose a cleaner. They’ll arrange to come and clean your oven. If you want to know more, learn how it works.
The more info you include, the easier it will be for your oven cleaner to price the job and make an offer. Plus, they’ll refer to your list when they arrive to complete the task.
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A cleaning contractor’s hourly rate depends on a lot of factors, like location, skill, demand, and experience. A standard hourly rate for cleaners in the United States is anywhere from $30-$150/hour.
Oven cleaning usually takes around one to two hours. The time frame will depend on your oven’s condition, how long it’s been since it was last cleaned, your equipment, and your experience.
If you’re sensitive to certain cleaning products, you can specify in your ad which products and ingredients you’d prefer. For example, one Airtasker recently asked for oven cleaning with only lemon juice, vinegar, baking soda, and Coca-Cola. Or you might supply your own cleaning products that you know you won’t react to. If you want to avoid strong chemicals, you may need to allow more time for your oven cleaning professional to get the job done.
You’ll need to pay your oven cleaner a fair price that compensates them for their time spent cleaning, traveling, and any supplies they brought with them. Remember that they’ll also need to pay tax, gas, and other expenses with the amount they’re paid. When you hire through the Airtasker marketplace, your cleaner can set their own rate and only accept the jobs they want to do.
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