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Question DetailsAsked on 3/11/2016

I want to find a house cleaning service in Stevens point, WI

I'd like to give a house cleaning service to my daughter as a gift. I need to know what house cleaning services are available where she lives in Stevens Point, WI.

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If you have a Basic/Traditional (one service area) membership, perhaps AL member services will help you with a one-time out-of-area search. OR wait a couple of months - AL announced a couple of days ago that Search the List and viewing ratings/reviews will be free to the world shortly.

If you have a Plus or Premium membership, then on the Search the List page put her zip code into the Location box (near top center) and hit Return key - the refreshed Search page will now show Deals, Coupons, and Search results for her area.

One other thought - I am assuming you have considered the potential personal relations issue involved in gifting a cleaning to a friend or relative, as it can be taken as an implied criticism of their housekeeping abilities or cleanliness.

Gifting her a cleaning means YOU are picking a particular vendor to work in her house - not only might she not have chosen the one you would, but there is an inherent risk on your part if that vendor happens to do a terrible job or steal things or such - could damage your relationship with her. Probably safer to just offer to her to pay up to so many $ towards a cleaning or household service of her choice that SHE makes arrangements for herself.

Also doing it that way eliminates the probabiliyt of miscommunication - starting with the vendor seeing YOU bought it and replying back that they do not service your area, to playhing phone tag with the wrong customer phone number or eMail, etc.

Answered 4 years ago by LCD

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