Green Cleaning

What is Green Cleaning?

Green cleaning is much more than using a few chemicals that have been labeled as “green”. Green cleaning is a system of cleaning that is less detrimental to the environment and also promotes healthy surroundings for home owners and their families.

Our residential green cleaning program incorporates safer cleaning methods, less-toxic cleaning products, more efficient cleaning equipment, packaging that has less impact on the environment, and recycled paper supplies.

Why should you switch to green cleaning? Using chemicals that are less harmful to the environment also means a healthier household for family, pets, and visitors. A healthier environment also means a more appealing place to live. In addition, green cleaning helps you to share a positive environmental image and can save you MONEY$$$

Are you Ready to GO GREEN?

Did you know that poor indoor air quality can cause a variety of illnesses and cause frequent doctor or hospital visits?

Did you know that poor indoor air quality consistently ranks among the top five environmental risks to public health?

By going green you can create a healthier home and:

  • cut down on the amount of hazardous chemicals used.
  • reduce the potential for spills, accidents and potential liability claims that can occur when using more hazardous chemicals.
  • reduce liability on insurance claims.
  • potentially have lower home maintenance costs.
  • project a positive environmental image to the community.

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 green cleaning program

 Frequently Asked Questions

Q. Will it be expensive to switch to green cleaning?

A. No, the products used are no more expensive than traditional cleaners. 

Q. Do we have to throw away the current chemicals we have on hand?

A. No, we encourage you to use up the supplies and products you have and transition to a green cleaning program. 

Q. Besides using different cleaning chemicals, what is involved in green cleaning?
A. In our green cleaning program we train our employees to remove dirt and soil, and not just spread it around or make it airborne. We use products that are not only “green”, but are concentrated and use less packaging for reduced environmental impact. We also look at ways to keep soil out of homes, such as more mats and deeper cleaning at entryways. Additionally, we may suggest more frequent routine maintenance such as vacuuming so that the need for deep cleaning (i.e. carpet cleaning) frequency, is reduced.