Handy Hands Cleaning Services

Need HOUSECLEANING help? Call HANDY HANDS, we re the BEST in the Pacific Northwest! We'll turn your nightmare of a mess into the home you dream of!

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Services that we offer:


  •  Weekly
  • Bi Weekly
  • Monthly
  • Occasional
  • Onetime service
  • Move Outs
  • Move Ins
  • New Construction
  • Residential
  • Commercial
  • Office



 Why a clean house is important?


Keeping a clean house can have a positive effect on your physical & mental health. Cleaning down surfaces, especially kitchen surfaces where the risk of cross-contamination is high, can help reduce the risk of E-coli, salmonella, listeria, and other food poisoning, viral & bacterial infections. Plus, if you have little kids in the house whose immune systems are less mature, it makes sense to pay extra attention to keeping surfaces and floors clean. Young children will put anything in their mouths, climb on and gum the counter, and can get into everything. Besides germs, there are also plenty of allergens in the air to think about. Dusting and vacuuming more regularly and shaking out the carpets can improve the quality of the air that you’re breathing all the time.

If bacteria is the pollution of the body, clutter is the pollution of the mind. Having your stuff in constant disorder and chaos has a direct impact on your mental stress levels. And mental stress isn’t good for your body, either. Researchers found a direct, scientific correlation that clutter hampers your mind’s ability to focus. Also consider these effects of everyday clutter build up.

  • Money on the Mind: If your kitchen island is a dumping ground for stuff from 3 months ago, you’re that much more prone to an overdue bill.
  • Less Time, More Rushing: How much time would you save if you weren’t constantly looking for your keys, wallet, cell phone, remote, shoes, etc?
  • Out of Sight, Out of Mind: If your reminder sticky note is buried under everything else, you’re not going to remember whatever it was. Clutter makes our lives more fragmented and fraught with forgetfulness.
  • War of Attrition: Even if it’s not building up, a messy room that screams “deal with me” every day eventually drains your brain and fatigues you.
  • It’s All Connected: In general, if it isn’t put away, (like dishes or dirty laundry) it could be spreading germs. The inverse is also true–if it’s not cleaned up, like dishes, it’s going to add to your clutter.
  • It’s curious that, in a society where personal health is so important, it’s so easy for us to forget the value of clean surroundings. We’re so mobile and busy that we skip over dealing with the germs and clutter in our own home.

    If you’re cleaning up just because you have to, chances are you’re hitting just the tip of the iceberg. Realizing the health benefits of staying clean, it’s a good idea to have your house professionally deep cleaned and/or cleaned more often.