Sprucing Up the Home for Christmas, With Hassle.com

Hassle.com are an online marketplace for household services, which means that through their website or mobile app, you can easily hire and pay for a domestic cleaner for your home.

I always aim to put my Christmas decorations up the first weekend of December, and I always have a really good cleaning session of our apartment the weekend before to get it Christmas-ready. So when Hassle.com contacted me to see if I wanted to trial their service after they recently launched in Manchester, I knew this would be the perfect time for it.

Hassle poster

Using the online service was really easy. I just entered my postcode, my available dates and what kind of service I wanted (4 hours, one-off clean), and put the booking through. Then Hassle matched me with an available cleaner in my area, Bola. It was so easy to find a cleaner, and what’s great is that you can read online reviews from other people who have used the same cleaner. After all, it’s important to find a person who comes recommended and is trusted. And everything about the booking can be managed online – you can amend or cancel it through the app or website, or contact your cleaner directly. And better still, the payment is also sorted through the site as well – the card payment is taken once the clean is complete.

So I definitely found using the service as hassle-free as was promised. And on the day I was so impressed with the quality of the clean that Bola did! I hate to say it, but I know my pre-Christmas clean wouldn’t have been as thorough if I’d done it myself, and now I’m pretty pleased with my sparkling apartment which is Christmas-tree ready.

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