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Fort Dodge Commercial Cleaning, Janitorial Services, Carpet Cleaning

Commercial Cleaning Services: Fort Madison and Burlington IA

For businesses in Lee, Henry, Louisa, and Des Moines counties, first impressions can be everything. That’s why it’s so important that your office, retail space, or other facilities are always clean and fresh. Simple details like regular carpet cleaning, upholstery cleaning, stripping and waxing floors, and cleaning floor or wall tile can make all the difference. ServiceMaster Cleaning and Restoration's commercial cleaning services can make your business customer-ready, and offer a plan to keep it that way.

Whether you need a one-time cleanup or regular commercial cleaning, ServiceMaster Cleaning and Restoration specializes in commercial carpet cleaning, floor cleaning, tile cleaning, or whatever flooring surface you need cleaned. High traffic areas and other soiled areas can sometimes be a problem, but our commercial cleaning products and techniques can make those problems a thing of the past. Some of the commercial services we offer are:

  • Carpet Cleaning
  • Upholstery Cleaning
  • Stripping &Waxing Floors
  • Project Work
  • Routine Floor Maintenance
  • Post-Construction Cleanup

Let us do the work of getting and keeping your commercial space clean so you can concentrate on your business and your customers.

Contact ServiceMaster Cleaning and Restorationfor one-time or regular commercial cleaning because cleaning is our business.

For home cleaning services, visit our residential cleaning page.

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