After 4 years of renting, our landlords decided to sell. Since we were on a month to month lease we didn’t have much say in the matter. Packing up and moving everything out was quite a task. Then I thought about the cleaning. YIKES! I didn’t have time to do a full cleaning!!! I was still working, Jeremy was still working…all the kids still had activities. Who has time to clean carpets and do a make-ready? Well, this is when I turned to Redbeacon.
Redbeacon is a free online service. They match you with background-checked pros for your home-service projects. All I had to do was create a free online account. Submit a few details of the job I wanted done, in my case it was a make-ready cleaning. Redbeacon will then deliver up to 4 quotes from pros in area. Within minutes I had my first quote! Like seriously minutes! The responses were al through email and I was able to check out the ratings and reviews of each pro on Redbeacon.
After receiving quotes, I ended up choosing the first pro that had responded, GT’s Cleaning Team. They were quick to respond to me through email and answer all of my questions. The price was fantastic as well. I have to say this was such an easy process! So simple to find what I needed and be able to compare prices.
I would totally use Redbeacon again! This is a great service for the busy mom! Need the lawn mowed? Carpets cleaned? Check out the pro’s on Redbeacon! I feel like I got a great service while saving time!
When GT’s Cleaning Team was at my home, I had a chance to talk to them about Redbeacon from the pro’s side of things. They were super happy with the services and said that it had truly helped to grow their business. I think we may try out the pro side as well For Jeremy’s services.
Redbeacon is currently available online at www.redbeacon.com and in the aisles of Home Depot stores in Atlanta, Dallas, Austin, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, San Diego, Hawaii, and the San Francisco Bay area.
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