Keego Harbor residents, get your home clean and green with our professional green house cleaning service! Our eco–friendly cleaning solutions are safe for your family and pets, while still providing the same powerful results as traditional cleaning products. We use natural ingredients and plant–based cleaners to make sure your home is sparkling clean and free of harsh chemicals. Our experienced and friendly team is ready to help you get your home looking its best. Call us today and find out why we are the leading green house cleaning service in Keego Harbor! Find us your cleaning service near 48320 and surrounding areas.
WE MAKE YOUR PLACE GREENER AND CLEANER.
A GREEN OFFICE
A clean, fresh smelling office is more inviting to your customers and clients and a more enjoyable place for staff to work. In today’s hectic world, we know how important having a clean work establishment is to you. It’s a place of business. Because we understand how special a business can be, we take our role in helping you maintain a clean environment seriously.
APARTMENT & VACATION RENTALS
Our experience means that we know how to help you present your properties in the best light.
It’s important to present the property in the best light.That requires cleaning up the plaster dust and scraping the dried cement from windows to give it that final detailed touch that will win over the most discerning people.
The first non-native settlers to the area arrived between 1825 and 1830. Cass Lake drew many wealthy residents to purchase land along the lake for vacationing. In 1890, a railway line was built through Keego Harbor to connect to Detroit and Pontiac, making the area much more accessible. At the turn of the century, a prominent Pontiac lawyer, Joseph E. Sawyer, purchased and platted land just to the southwest along Orchard Lake. He built a canal to connect the smaller Dollar Lake to Cass Lake and declared the area to be a harbor on the eastern edge of Cass Lake. He named the area Keego, which was an Ojibwe word meaning “fish” from the poem The Song of Hiawatha. The community was originally part of West Bloomfield Township before incorporating as an independent city in 1955.
HERE’S WHAT WE CAN DO FOR YOU
REAL ESTATE CLEANING
NURSING HOME CLEANING
RETAIL STORE CLEANING
MOVE IN / MOVE OUTCLEANING