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Sweep Home Chicago Kicks Off a Spring Cleaning Campaign for Businesses

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Spring cleaning campaign highlights vital services clients want and need.

Chicago, IL, United States of America – May 5, 2014 /MarketersMedia/ —

Companies are quickly finding the need to hire professionals to take on various jobs, those which they previously handled in house rather than outsourcing. Many now choose to make use of commercial cleaners for a wide variety of tasks, including those in the real estate industry. “When one finds they are in need of a move in move out cleaning Chicago firm or one that handles post construction cleaning Chicago, look no further than Sweep Home Chicago as these are just two of the many services offered by the firm,” Brandon Boyewsky of Sweep Home Chicago declares.

When moving into a new home, the residents typically prefer to have it clean and waiting for them, yet the previous tenant may not have the same cleaning standards as the new owner. If this is of concern, one may turn to Sweep Home Chicago to guarantee the home is clean and healthy when one arrives to move in. A similar service benefits those moving from a residence. The move out cleaning service helps one receive his or her full security deposit back and offers the new tenants a clean place when they come to move in.

Residents moving into a new building or home expect the same cleanliness and construction companies require the same as they don’t want to be held liable if a new tenant is injured due to improper cleaning. Sweep Home Chicago understands this and offers a post construction cleaning service to avoid this problem. The cleaners ensure every nook and cranny is spotless before the first tenant moves in.

Those living in a condo may keep a spotless residence only to be disappointed to find the common areas of the building aren’t to their standards. When this is the case, one may wish to bring Sweep Home Chicago’s condo cleaning Chicago service to the attention of the condo association. The service comes in and tackles the job quickly and easily, washing away the dust and grime that tends to accumulate in these areas.

“No one should have to live in a dirty home and Sweep Home Chicago ensures this is the case, guaranteeing all services provided. If the cleaning doesn’t satisfy the person responsible for maintenance, the building will be cleaned again within 48 hours. Sweep Home Chicago remains committed to providing outstanding service to each client and this is one way to accomplish this goal,” Boyewsky promises.

Be sure to ask about promotions offered through Sweep Home Chicago, such as the refer a friend program which offers 20 percent off a person’s cleaning when the friend purchases certain cleaning services. Those who book a weekly service may receive a discount on the first cleaning and the same is true of those who book a bi-weekly service. “Call today to get started. Customers love how clean their home or property is and you will too when you see what Sweep Home Chicago has to offer,” Boyewsky states.

About Sweep Home Chicago:
Sweep Home Chicago, a family owned company, employs only punctual, trustworthy, friendly, detailed employees to ensure customers receive outstanding service at all times. Free estimates, promotions, and a satisfaction guarantee set this cleaning company apart from others in the industry, and the company offers cleaning services appropriate for the home, office and more. All one has to do is ask and Sweep Home Chicago will try to accommodate the client’s wish.

For more information about us, please visit http://www.sweephome.com

Contact Info:
Name: Brandon Boyewsky
Email: brandon@sweephome.com
Phone: 312-492-9337
Organization: Sweep Home Chicago

Source: http://marketersmedia.com/sweep-home-chicago-kicks-off-a-spring-cleaning-campaign-for-businesses/42943

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