Mop Riders makes it easy to find the right gift. With a Mop Riders house cleaning gift card, you can give a friend or family member the ability to shake off the burden of house cleaning and enjoy some free time. Think of a house cleaning gift card for someone celebrating a new home, new baby, retirement or job change. Or, think of them for birthdays, anniversaries and holidays.

  We know that you want your gift to help the recipient check-off house cleaning from their to-do's. Because we take into account many factors when pricing a home, including the individuality of the people who live there and the size of the home, it's very difficult to tell you exactly how much to spend on a gift for house cleaning.

       To help you decide on a gift value, we've included some examples. For a more personalized estimate, please call 510-575-3626 to talk to a Mop Riders representative.

      Beginning cleaning service is simple. After receiving the house cleaning gift card, the recipient contacts Mop Riders office to schedule service. The local office will then discuss with the recipient the amount of service the gift card will cover.

Gift Card Terms & Conditions

         Gift cards are non-refundable and have no cash value. We cannot honor requests for a cash refund for any unused portion of the gift card. Gift cards are only good for residential (non-commercial) services within the United States.
        Gift cards can’t be combined with coupons and promotional discounts. Valid on existing residential services purchased through local, participating service providers, but cannot be applied to recurring services that are prepaid.
       Since gift cards cannot be replaced if lost or stolen, it is recommended that you store this gift card in a secure place.
      The face value of your gift card will be applied to all costs incurred as part of your order, including estimates, pricing, delivery, services, products, and taxes. Any amount in excess of the face value of the gift card must be paid directly to the provider. Any other use constitutes fraud.