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11/29/2016
By: Maria E.
Omega Residential Cleaning Inc
I've been using this service off and on for many years, some crews are better than others but they usually do a very nice job, if you notice something they left out just point it out to them and they will make it right. If you like a particular crew ask them for their names so you can request the same crew if possible. The price is lower than most cleaning services, I've been satisfied and will continue to use them in the future.
06/07/2008
By: cmoore0362
Christian Royal Cleaning Inc
I needed an array and assortment of different things cleaned around my house. I decided to give this one a try and they did an outstanding job! They cleaned the inside of my house to make it look almost like a new house and they did an awesome job pressure washing my driveway and siding! I am having them come back soon to pressure wash and stain my deck and fence because they did such a good job! If you are unsure what cleaning service to go with, I would definitely recommend giving these guys a try!!!
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04/06/2008
By: davkeel
Christian Royal Cleaning Inc
I was searching for a loyal, trust worthy cleaning service and I knew I couldn't go wrong with a Christian one. I decided not to just base it on that, so I asked if they would come to see what I needed cleaned to just meet them. I am a good judge of character and they were nice as they could be. I decided to give them a chance and they quoted me a fair price and did a remarkable job. Plus I found out they tithe 10% to the church which is something I've never heard of, of a cleaning company to do. When I was looking for a cleaning service I knew I wouldn't find one that did detail work, but with this one I was quite impressed and will refer them to all my friends and family. If anyone is looking for a good cleaning service, I would definitely give this one a try.
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