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Cleaning Green

March 29, 2016

 

Thinking spring? If so, you might be thinking about spring cleaning. Martha Stewart recommends 29 items to start your spring cleaning (marthastewart.com)! According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, on an average day in 2014, 49% of women and 20% of men spent some time doing housework. On those days, women spent an average of 1.68 hours on such activities, while men spent 1.35 hours.

 

Plug that time into a busy workday and family activities and you may find that Martha Stewart’s plan is too ambitious for you to handle alone, especially if you are trying to clean green.

 

At ServiceMaster, we use high-filtration vacuums that capture 99.9% of particles and are Green Label-certified by the Carpet and Rug Institute. Our services meet all of the qualifications for Green Seal GS-42 certification. We use green cleaning products certified by Environmental Choice and Green Seal, two of the leading environmental organizations. This includes detergent-free, odorless and solvent-free cleaning products with FDA-approved ingredient lists and products without surfactants, volatile organic compounds (VOCs) or wetting agents, which often contain chemicals harmful to the environment.

 

We offer a variety of cleaning services:

  • Upholstery

  • Window cleaning

  • Sanitization

  • Tile and grout cleaning

  • Post-construction and final cleaning

  • Janitorial

    Don’t feel overwhelmed with spring cleaning tasks. Contact us today for all of your residential cleaning needs. ServiceMaster makes it easy to clean green. 

 

 

 

 

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By: Melissa Hardin Baysinger

 

 

 

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