1.Kristy's Quality Cleaning
House CleaningJanitorial ServiceIndustrial CleaningBuilding Cleaners-Interior
We go the extra mile for your complete satisfaction. With 17 years of experience, Kristy's Quality Cleaning is perfect to trust with your commercial cleaning. They are locally owned and supervised, li
2.Premier Cleaning Services
1451 W 5175 S Unit 103
Janitorial ServiceFloor Waxing, Polishing & CleaningDrapery & Curtain CleanersDry Cleaners & Laundries
Premier Cleaning Services is located in Ogden, Utah and our goal is simple, to help customers throughout the metro area achieve and maintain a deep clean they can be proud of. With our janitorial serv
1775 Washington Blvd
Dry Cleaners & LaundriesDrapery & Curtain CleanersIndustrial CleaningCleaning Contractors
I am a very loyal customer to Hoffman Cleaners. Everytime I have any cleaning I always take it to Hoffman Dry Cleaners. They have multiple locations I can take my clothing too and they always have i
4.That's My House, Cleaning Service LLC.
2206 N 750 W
House CleaningMaid & Butler ServicesCleaning Contractors
They are amazing!!! My house smells so fresh and looks great. The owner is friendly and very personable.
3205 Harrison Blvd
Janitorial ServiceDry Cleaners & LaundriesIndustrial CleaningCleaning Contractors
Carriage Cleaners really is a great service for everday dry-cleaning/laundry. The owner does the best he can on every item. They are the cheapest around which I believe if your looking for a quick ser
6.B & E Dry Cleaning and Laundry
599 Washington Blvd
Dry Cleaners & Laundries
Worst cleaners, new low in the industry. Do not take your cloths there, they will ruin them. They ruined two shirts and wanted to charge me to clean them. Very poor customer service and even lower
7.CK Commercial Cleaning Inc.
1750 E 5625 S
Janitorial ServiceCleaning ContractorsHouse Cleaning
Commercial Cleaning services to include day to day cleaning of general office, commercial properties, schools, health care facilities, warehouse and manufacturing facilities, etc.
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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.