1.MaidPro Baton Rouge
11724 Industriplex Blvd Bldg A-1
House CleaningCleaning ContractorsMaid & Butler ServicesBuilding Cleaners-Interior
When you're looking for Baton Rouge house cleaning and maid service, look at MaidPro Baton Rouge. We're making Louisiana shine, one house at a time. MaidPro Baton Rouge is the premier cleaning service
2.The Maids of Baton Rouge
5421 Superior Dr
House CleaningIndustrial CleaningJanitorial ServiceWindow Cleaning
There's a healthy difference between The Maids and other housecleaning services. The Maids is the only residential cleaning service to clean for health; using the company's exclusive 22-Step Healthy TMore Nearby Locations »
3.Advanced Office Care
6414 Pecue Ln
Janitorial ServiceMaid & Butler ServicesFloor MachinesJanitors Equipment & Supplies-Wholesale & Manufacturers
12 years old; woman owned
4.Jani-Care Janitorial & Carpet Cleaning
6676 Exchequer Dr
Janitorial ServiceSmall Appliance RepairCleaning ContractorsSteam Cleaning
Jani-Care Commercial Cleaning, Inc was founded in 1986. Its owner and president Daniel J. Bonfiglio has relied on personal service and professionalism to grow the business from a one person operation
5.ICI Building Services, Inc.
9470 Mammoth Ave
Janitorial ServicePaper ManufacturersOdor ControlCleaning Contractors
Established in 1968, ICI Building Services is a full-service company that provides contract janitorial services and supplies to southeast Louisiana. It works to clean industrial and commercial buildin
6.Mrs Clean Maid Service
115 Centerville St NE
House CleaningCleaning ContractorsLandscaping & Lawn ServicesLawn Maintenance
7.AAA Rent All
9415 Main St
Rental Service Stores & YardsAudio-Visual Equipment-Renting & LeasingCompressor RentalPlumbing-Drain & Sewer Cleaning
We are here to make your job easier. Serving Baton Rouge and the surrounding area since 1958, we offer a large variety of equipment to suit your needs. We provide quality, well maintained equipment at
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- The annual costs. Weekly services quickly add up, and homeowners may need to pay additional taxes if they choose a self-employed cleaner.
- Language barriers and miscommunications. Some professional cleaners might speak English as a second language .
- Background checks and employment verification. Homeowners can be held liable if they employ a person not legally permitted to work in the U.S.