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The top online house cleaning services in Toronto

Online house cleaning services in Toronto make booking an appointment a snap. A few homegrown companies have climbed on board to a great system that saves you time and energy. No matter who you choose, you'll be getting a cleaner place in just a few clicks.

Here are my picks for the top online house cleaning services in Toronto.

Maid In T.O.

This outfit is founded and based in Toronto, which has some advantages over the foreign-owned services (for example, they're less likely to over-promise on how long it'll take for your cleaner to beat the traffic). Their cleaners use only eco-friendly supplies, and work in teams of two for maximum efficiency. Cleanings start at $125 for a one-bedroom apartment.

Handy

Handy serves more than 20 cities in Canada, the U.S. and the U.K., and handles a number of hands-on tasks (furniture assembly, electrical, plumbing) as well as cleaning. They offer better rates for repeat cleanings: for example, a weekly pass through a one-bedroom will cost $50, but that goes up to $58 for once a month.

BM Cleaning

This Toronto-based company offers the whole shebang. Baseboards, vacuuming, chair leg bottoms, and rugs—all the stuff you don't want to do. Service starts at $29.99 per hour. 

Ask for Task

This service works somewhat like Fiverr. You list the tasks you need done, and the website calculates a price and finds you a "tasker." They also offer handyman services, if you need a bit of a fixer on top of getting your pad cleaned. 

Taab Cleaning

This eco-friendly service has a dedicated staff of cleaners that guarantee quality, or your service is free. They use only green cleaning products and focus on sustainable waste management to boot. 

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Marco Verch


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