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13707 E 42nd Ave, Spokane, WA 99206

Professional Cleaning Service Pricing In Spokane, WA And Surrounding Areas

To request our services, we ask for a 4-hour work minimum. You can either employ 1 person for 4 hours or a team of 2 for 2 hours. Of course, you can schedule for more than 4 hours. Call us today at 509-922-4382 to learn more about your options.

Amaculate Housekeeping does not offer on-site bids. Please call us to receive a phone estimate.
Residential pricing is separated by cleaning with supplies or cleaning with client-provided supplies. Residential cleaning prices are in the table below. Please see the prices for other types of cleaning below the table of residential prices.
HoursPrice With Our SuppliesPrice With Your Supplies
4 104.0096.00
5 130.00 120.00
6 156.00 144.00
7 182.00 168.00
8 208.00 192.00
9 234.00 216.00
10 260.00 240.00
11 286.00 264.00
12 312.00 288.00
13 338.00 31200
14 364.00 336.00
15 390.00 360.00
16 416.00 384.00
17 442.00 408.00
18 468.00 414.00
19 494.00 433.00
20 520.00 480.00
Modern kitchen—cleaning service in Spokane, WA
Prices are subject to change without notice. Additional charges may apply if the job is outside of normal service. Call our office at 509-922-4382 to learn more.

Typically, payment is due the day of service unless prior arrangements have been made with the office.
Prices for Other Types of Cleaning:
New Construction, After a Remodel, Move-In, Move-Out - $30.00 per cleaner per hour with supplies, 4 hour minimum.

Note: Why do our prices go up? Our most recent increase was mainly due to the increase in the Washington State minimum wage thanks to Initiative 1433. For the next four years (2017-2020) the minimum wage per hour will increase substantially. After 2020, the minimum wage will increase by the amount of inflation. It's pretty simple ... wages go up which means the price we charge for our services goes up. Not only do we have to cover the payroll cost increase based on the minimum wage increase but we also have to cover the increase in federal payroll taxes (940, 941) and the increase in the state' s B&O tax. The federal taxes are based on payroll and the state's B&O tax is based on income.