Spring into Cleaning with The Cleaning Authority

Spring into Cleaning with The Cleaning Authority

As we prepare to come out of hibernation and enjoy some sunshine this spring, homeowners have something else on their mind: Spring Cleaning! Who actually enjoys cleaning out closets, washing the insides of drawers, cleaning inside the fridge, and all the other daunting activities that go into a thorough spring cleaning?

While we can't declutter your closets or purge your fridge for you at The Cleaning Authority we can it easier by helping to keep your house clean all year throughout Detail-Clean Rotation System. We’ll take care of the following tasks all year, making it easier for you to focus on more of the organizational tasks and less of the deep cleaning when it comes to Spring Cleaning.

When you first hire The Cleaning Authority, we spend the first two cleans fully detail cleaning your home. From there, we continue with a careful system that divides your home into four zones and rotates which is deep cleaned. This system ensures your home gets the level of clean it needs at the right frequency.

Visit The Cleaning Authority to find the location nearest to you, get a free online estimate, and book an in home inspection to get the follow tasks off your cleaning list, for good!

Infographic: Bathroom Cleaning

Infographic: Kitchen Cleaning

Infographic: Living Area Cleaning

Infographic: Sleeping Area Cleaning

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