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WOW Cleaning: Affordable green cleaning and more


wow_logo_color_square-5554659-5318526WOW Cleaning Services is a team of professional cleaners who provide reliable green cleaning services to domestic and commercial customers in the Reno-Sparks area at affordable rates. Locally owned and operated, WOW Cleaning cleaners are experienced, fully insured and professionally trained to clean your home, office or business.

WOW Cleaning Services provide general home cleaning, move in/move out cleanings, organizing, washing dishes, and much more.  We have dedicated professional cleaners that operate on weekly, bi-weekly or monthly basis to suit your needs.

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Our goal is to provide you with a high quality cleaning service.  We focus being consistence, reliable & friendly.  WOW Cleaning Services uses environmentally safe products.  We believe that in maintaining a green home or office we are helping to sustain an eco-friendly planet while keeping our families, friends and coworkers safe and healthy.

WOW Cleaning Services is also a proud sponsor of Cleaning for a Reason, which is an organization that is helping women with Cancer clean their homes during treatment at no cost to them.

We realize that house cleaning is very time & energy consuming.  Let us free up your time to do the things you really enjoy, spending time with family and friends or just sitting back and watching a movie.  Whatever it is that you enjoy doing, enjoy doing it in a nice clean home.

Schedule a cleaning online or call 775-322-4787 for a free quote. Please find us on Facebook!

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