When we say clean, we mean sparkling clean.
- Products are environmentally friendly, non-toxic and non-hazardous.
- Our state of the art vacuums collect pollen, small household particles and dust mites.
- We use fresh, sanitized mops and microfiber cloths in each home.
- When we dust, we dust everything (e.g. ceiling fans, baseboards, doors, cabinets, etc.).
- We are locally owned and operated and will customize cleaning to your home.
- Employees pass extensive multi-state background checks.
- We participate in the Ohio BWC Drug-Free Workplace Program.
- We are licensed and our employees are bonded and insured.
- Employees wear clean, crisp uniforms.
- We have a strict no smoking policy.
Why Hire a professional?
- A professional may be an individual or a company.
- A professional cleaner/service is licensed and insured (sometimes bonded).
- A professional cleaner/service won’t require that you pay cash.
- A professional cleaner/service pays its taxes…just like you.
- A professional cleaner/service does not pay its employees under the table.
- A professional cleaner/service has the proper training to clean.
- A professional cleaner/service provides quality tools and equipment.
Invest in a company that is licensed and insured…that stands behind their work. Ensure that employees carry the proper insurances and pay the required taxes. Verify that they care enough about your interests to conduct drug screens and perform criminal background checks on their employees. And most importantly, GO WITH YOUR GUT! You are inviting someone into your home and into the lives of your family. Be smart. Be safe.
We know the common perception of using a “professional” cleaning service brings to mind higher charges, and this isn’t always the case. We also realize that you can find someone to clean your home for very little through Craigslist or other venues. However, there are very real risks if you use a cleaner who is not licensed and insured.
If this person/cleaning service damages your marble floor, ruins your stainless steel appliances, breaks an expensive piece of artwork, how will they pay for the damages?
If money comes up missing or credit cards and jewelry is stolen, how will you recover the loss?
If they are injured in your home, who will cover their medical costs and expenses?
If they decide to file unemployment and indicate that they worked for you, cleaning your home, you might be required by the state to pay unemployment insurance.
When they retire and or if they become disabled and no social security had been paid while they were working……you get the picture.
We appreciate referrals! If someone you refer signs up for regular weekly or bi-weekly service, you will receive a $100 credit toward your next cleaning after they have been cleaned twice. If your referral purchases a one-time cleaning, you will receive a $25 credit toward your next cleaning.
Communication with Cleaning Technicians
All Cleaning Technicians speak and read English.