Building Lobby & Common Area Cleaning

Elevate Your Tenant Experience

Clean lobbies, hallways, stairwells, and laundry rooms offer a sparkling first impression to help you attract and retain quality tenants

Lobbies

  • Plants watered
  • Surfaces dusted
  • Floors vacuumed and washed
  • Furniture polished
  • Rugs and upholstery spot-cleaned
  • Glass and mirrored surfaces, including windows cleaned
  • Refuse bins emptied
  • Fresh flower arrangements provided upon request*

* Additional fees apply

Common Areas

  • Hallways and stairwells vacuumed, damp mopped, and dusted
  • Carpeting spot-cleaned
  • Door and wall scuffs removed as surfaces permit

Laundry Rooms

  • Floors vacuumed and damp mopped or scoured
  • Laundry machines cleaned
  • Tenant laundry supplies tidied
  • Refuse bins emptied

Maintenance Minded

Any damages or maintenance concerns encountered are quickly identified and reported

FAQs

What are your rates? 

Cleaning rates vary by property. We will tour your property and provide a custom quote for ongoing service


How frequently will my housekeeper clean?

Daily, weekly, bi-weekly, and monthly service is available. A level of service will be recommended depending on your goals and property specifics


Which neighborhoods do you serve?

Currently, neighborhoods in North and Central Seattle, and North Beacon Hill


Will my housekeeper speak English?

Yes, all individuals under our employ are fluent English speakers


Does my housekeeper earn a Living Wage?

Yes, we believe strongly in fairly compensating our cleaning professionals, with total compensation packages exceeding the local and industry average


How is my housekeeper vetted?

All employees are background checked, bonded, insured, and sign non-disclosure agreements, to assure your cleaning will be handled with care and discretion


What kind of cleaning products do you use?

Whenever possible, your property is cared for with quality products which meet the "Safer Choice" standards designated by the EPA for being safer for people and the environment