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Demand for part-time home cleaning services spikes amid COVID-19 pandemic

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Demand for part-time home cleaning services spikes amid COVID-19 pandemic

 

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Late last year, Mr Marcus Lim called up four cleaning companies to ask about part-time housekeeping services. Only two got back to him.

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The 38-year-old wanted someone to come in fortnightly to help clean his flat, but the firms told him they did not have the manpower. They would only take the job if he needed weekly cleaning.

“I don't know what that means. I think they wanted regular clients,” he said.

Mr Lim, who works in the media industry, said he then “tapped into the ‘auntie network’” and managed to hire a Singaporean woman who would clean his house twice a month.

Demand for home cleaning services has gone up, with firms reporting a 20 to 50 per cent increase since the COVID-19 pandemic started.

Cleaning company Nimbus has seen a "close to 50 per cent surge", largely driven by remote working and more people staying home, said founder and CEO Daniel Thong.

The company has a subsidiary, Rooma, that offers on-demand housekeeping and part-time cleaning services.

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Topic starter Posted : 06/09/2021 4:29 am
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