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Vacation Rental Cleaning Costs in Florida Q3 2020

December 12, 2020

Florida is a state with a lot of character. With warm beaches, exciting nightlife, and delicious foods, Florida is a state to remember. In this installment of the TurnoverBnB Blog, we are going head-first into the vacation rental cleaning costs for Florida in Q3 2020. If you missed it, you can refer back to the […]

Florida is a state with a lot of character. With warm beaches, exciting nightlife, and delicious foods, Florida is a state to remember. In this installment of the TurnoverBnB Blog, we are going head-first into the vacation rental cleaning costs for Florida in Q3 2020. If you missed it, you can refer back to the previous cleaning costs blog for Florida in Q2 2020. Let’s get started.

Q3 Cleaning Costs in Florida Infographic

The infographic displayed below was created using a compilation of data from thousands of projects on the TurnoverBnB Marketplace. If you’re looking for Airbnb cleaners in your state, that is a fantastic place to look. If you direct your attention to the infographic, you’ll find that the two main sections are Cleaning Cost Average and Historical Average. Let’s start with Cleaning Cost Average.

Short Term Rental Cleaning Costs in Florida Q3 2020 Infographic by TurnoverBnB.

Cleaning Cost Average

The average cost of cleaning varies depending on the size of the property. The cost of vacation rental cleaning always increases as the size of the property increases. For instance, in Q3 of 2020, the cost of cleaning a one-bedroom property in Florida was $46.04. Now, when we add another bedroom, we find that the average cost of cleaning is $75.40. Finally, the cost of cleaning a three-bedroom property in Florida is $102.04.

The fact that the price rises as the size of the property increases should not come as a surprise to you or your Airbnb cleaners. However, can you think of other reasons why the cost of cleaning would rise for certain properties? Possible factors include the number of turnovers, the demand for travel, or other extraneous factors. Regardless of the reasoning, it is important to monitor the cost of Airbnb cleaning as time moves on.

Historical Average

Speaking of monitoring the cost as time moves on, let’s look at the Historical Average section of the infographic. Each line represents a different sized property. The lowest line is one-bedroom, the middle line represents two-bedrooms, and the top line represents three-bedroom properties. One-bedroom properties saw a rise in cleaning costs until Q1 2020. Then, it dropped off and flattened out until now.

We see that two-bedroom properties had a slight decrease in price until finally steadily increasing in price from Q4 2019 until the present. Lastly, the cost of cleaning a three-bedroom property rises until Q1 of 2020 where it begins to flatten out. No matter which industry you are in, be sure to monitor the cost of cleaning and labor as time moves on. Making sure that you have the most relevant information for your business will surely keep it afloat.

Miami beach palm trees. Photo by Martin Zangerl on Unsplash.

Travel and Cleaning in Florida

Once your business is afloat, you can spend some time floating on the beach in Miami. That’s right, anyone who loves warm sand and cool waters will appreciate traveling in Florida. Spend your afternoons under the palm trees then enjoy some of the exciting bars and clubs. As an Airbnb cleaning service, it is important to come prepared with a strong vacuum cleaner. Getting sand out of carpets and couches is an essential part of vacation rental cleaning in Florida.

Furthermore, you may need to restock on laundry detergent and fabric softener to ensure that you’re providing your guests with high-quality beach towels and linens. That wraps-up all that we have on cleaning in Florida. Be sure to keep an eye on our blog for more exciting infographics on Airbnb cleaning costs around the country. Until then, take care!

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