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Deep Cleaning 

In contrast to standard cleaning, deep cleaning only needs to be performed infrequently. It's the kind of systematic scrubbing you would do when you first move in or move out of a home, and which should ideally be done, on average, two or three times a year. 

You know the urge you get to throw open the windows and clear out a winter's worth of dust and grime as soon as the weather warms? That's deep cleaning.

The job involves attending to all those nooks and crannies that slowly but surely accumulate dirt, grime, and other build-up over the course of day-to-day life—too gradually or too far out of the way to necessitate weekly attention. A deep cleaning will usually entail all the work of a standard cleaning in addition to the tasks required to more thoroughly spruce up and freshen every corner of the house. 

If your home needs one or more of the following, your home most likely needs a deep cleaning. 

  • Removing soap scum from bathroom and kitchen surfaces

  • Scrubbing tiles and grout

  • Cleaning the areas behind and beneath appliances

  • Dusting and cleaning baseboards

  • Dusting the tops of shelves and other furniture as well as fan blades

  • Fully cleaning and washing both sides of all doors

  • Washing windows and cleaning window treatments

  • Cleaning the oven and scrubbing stovetop and drip pans

  • Shampooing carpets

  • Vacuuming and cleaning furniture

  • Wiping down picture frames and other knick-knacks

  • Cleaning mirrors top-to-bottom

  • Hand-washing light fixtures

  • Dusting and washing blinds and shutters

  • Cleaning cabinet fronts

  • Vacuuming and washing all floors, including inside closets

  • Thoroughly vacuuming all carpet crevices

  • Dusting vents

Busy Bee-Cleans has the proper equipment and materials to ensure a safe and efficient service is provided. 

Deep Cleaning


Most people expect you to clean the home before closing the deal. But also, a lovely and clean home can leave a favorable impression on every potential buyer.

Remember that they will be poking around and looking through every inch of your home, searching for every detail.

While you could sell a house in poor condition and messy, it might be a bad financial decision. Unless you are selling your home "as is" keeping it in top shape is important to raise the asking price.

Busy Bee-Cleans has worked with several real estate agents and brokers across the state of Massachusetts. Strong rapport and mutual trust has allowed Busy Bee-Cleans to be the leading Pre-list cleaning service in the Pioneer Valley.

Listed below, a few among many of our trusted groups. 





Never settle for "broom ready"

Broom clean is a real-estate term used to describe the condition in which a seller or a renter must leave a home. Although the term is open to interpretation, broom-clean homes are at a minimum free of any excess stuff, like personal items and debris, and have been swept or vacuumed.


WAIT A Minute...that's all? What about the dirt and grime? That's where Busy Bee-Cleans springs into action! 


Moving into a new home is exciting, but unless you’re purchasing a newly built house, the property you move into has naturally been lived in before and is therefore not “new.”

And if it is newly built, there’s dust and other residue from the contractors.

For this reason, it’s worth considering hiring a professional cleaning company (Busy Bee-Cleans) to get rid of the dirt and grime left by those who were there before you and prepare your home for “move in condition” before the moving truck is unloaded and the furniture has been arranged.


  • Tile and Grout cleaning​

  • Window washing 

  • Carpet cleaning 

  • Lime scale removal 

  • Upholstery steam cleaning 


What our customers say

Carrielynn was quickly responsive, forthright about timing and what they do and don't do as part of their deep clean service, and pleasant. She and John did a rock star job on our house and I'm so grateful! The sinks sparkle, the pesky ceiling cobwebs that appear in the darker corners are gone, and man oh boy, no dust!



Gwynne E. Morrissey

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