We make your home look and smell fresh. We use environmentally friendly Green Seal Certified products purchased locally at the Green Depot. It so simple we cover each and every corner of your home. We offer full North Greenbush Housekeeping Service. The overall benefit of Green Cleaning can provide to you and your family with reduced allergies, and reduce expose to toxic household chemicals and residues. Perfection Green Clean currently serves the North Greenbush and East Greenbush Communities and the Albany Capital Region. Perfection Green Clean has the experience to get your home to look and smell the way you dream about.
Perfection Green Clean offers North Greenbush Home Cleaning packages that suit most situations, but we do customize for larger homes and smaller homes as well.
- All Rooms, remove cobwebs,dust furniture,& light fixtures,ceiling fans,shelves,sills,woodwork,lamps,blinds,knick knacks and other decor
- Bathrooms, Clean, scrub, and sanitize tubs, showers, sinks, and toilets & wipe dry of water marks. Vanities and backsplashes including tiled walls wiped down, clean mirrors, chrome shelves, other fixtures, vacuum and wash floors.
- Kitchens , Clean Outside of the appliances, clean inside and outside of microwave, clean dry and shine countertops, sinks, and backsplashes. Clean Cabinets, tables, and chairs, vacuum and wash floors
Interesting facts to consider:
Most of the conventional cleaning products we all grew up with are petroleum-based and have dubious health and environmental implications. Instead of opting for cleaning products that annihilate everything in their path, there are plenty of natural products and methods that keep a house clean and fresh-smelling without the toxic side effects.
- 17,000: petrochemicals are available for home use,only 30 percent of which have been tested for exposure to human health and the environment.
- 63: synthetic chemical products found in the average American home, translating to roughly 10 gallons of harmful chemicals.
- 275: active ingredients in antimicrobials that the EPA classifies as pesticides because they are designed to kill microbes.
- 5 billion: pounds of chemicals that the institutional cleaning industry uses each year.
- 23: gallons of chemicals (that’s 87 liters) that a janitor uses each year, 25 percent of which are hazardous.