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    Cleaning - Office in Mitchell

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    Business Listing   A-1 Janitorial - Mitchell, SD - Phone: (605) 996-0370

    Business Listing   Duraclean - Mitchell, SD - Phone: (605) 996-4043

    Business Listing   Superior Janitorial - Mitchell, SD - Phone: (605) 996-3266

    Business Listing   Tri-State Janitorial - Mitchell, SD - Phone: (605) 995-1952

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    Helpful Definition for: Cleaning - Office

    The mission statement for office cleaning services in Mitchell is to provide exceptional cleaning and maintenance services at a competitive price to property owners and managers. They provide full clean up services, hauling, inspections, repairs and improvements, high and low rise window cleaning and flooring services, plumbing services, and more. Janitorial services include carpet cleaning, high and low rise window washing, pressure washing, graffiti removal including glass etching, handyman services, construction clean up, and 24 hour emergency clean up.

    They provide environmentally friendly cleaning methods and procedures in accordance with industry standards in Mitchell. They promise an experience that one can afford.

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