FRESNO, Calif. (KFSN) — Getting your property cleaned can now be carried out with the clicking of a button.
House cleaning is now high-tech in the Valley through a new app referred to as Scrubz.
“If you desired to get your own home cleaned or wanted to get a brief smooth performed right earlier than you’ve got visitors coming over, it would cost a fortune, right? So we figured — how are we able to make this cheaper and greater cheap to humans,” stated Parm John, the app’s co-founder.
Parm John and Josh Sanghera co-founders of the cleaning service app that commenced within the Valley in October.
“You want everything short, easy, and right away. A lot of people don’t have numerous times on their hands,” Sanghera stated.
Once you download the app via the app shop, you can choose a ramification of services from a primary clean to a better smooth. Prices start at $ fifty-nine. 99 and go up.
“We have this concept of the gig economy that’s the type of like your Uber. You take out the primary corporation, and it’s just people working for people as independent contractors, but we are the intermediary that hyperlinks the two together,” stated John.
It additionally links you two to speak online for those hassle areas.
“You’re capable of message your cleanser as soon as you are booked. You can contact them directly up till the easy,” said Sanghera.
Scrubz founders say they have got taken measures to keep their cleaners and their customers safe. Once you e-book a service, you get the profile of a person who’s cleaning your home. The organization also does historical past exams on their personal and screens its customers to ensure a relaxed surrounding.
The founders say that they have wiped clean 20 homes because they launched the app, and that range is growing.
“There are loads of people right here. If we can hone in on certain humans and work to get our product better and make it faster and greater handy, then I think we’ve got something unique right here, and it could be something that commenced here in the Central Valley,” John stated.