Commercial Cleaning Services in Raleigh
ServiceMaster of Wake County provides professional, commercial, licensed cleaning services to customers throughout Wake County, NC as well as surrounding areas. We partner with our clients to provide a clean and fresh environment for their employees, customers, and tenants. From hospitals to office buildings to school cafeterias and more – we welcome every opportunity to provide remarkable cleaning services, guaranteed!
- As one of the most trusted cleaning professionals in Wake County, we proudly offer commercial cleaning services in the following:
- Specialty Services
- Window Washing
- Hardwood Floor Cleaning
- Hard-Surface Floor Cleaning
- Tile and Grout Cleaning
- Janitorial Services
- Project-Based Services
- Comprehensive Cleaning
- Carpet Cleaning & Maintenance Programs
- Post Construction Cleanup
- COVID-19 Cleaning Services
What is included with commercial cleaning services?
The commercial cleaning professionals at ServiceMaster of Wake County offer a variety of services. We provide ongoing janitorial work to project-based cleaning services. These cleaning services can include deep cleaning your carpet or helping keep your Raleigh office tidy.
We also provide commercial cleaning services to areas other than Wake County, NC. Some of the areas we service include Greenville, NC, and Pitt County, NC. Live in an area other than the ones we mentioned? Contact us today to find out what services may be available.
Call us at (919) 899-2279
About Raleigh, NC
The capital of North Carolina and the seat of Wake County, Raleigh was first established in 1792 and chartered in 1794. The population as of 2020 was 467,665, making it the second-largest city in the state. It is an early example of a planned city, built in a grid pattern surrounding the North Carolina State Capitol. Home to North Carolina State University, our city is part of the Research Triangle alongside Durham and Chapel Hill. The downtown area, inside the Beltline, offers the North Carolina Museum of History, the North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences, and the City of Raleigh Museum.