Do you find yourself overwhelmed by a busy schedule and chores that seem to never be finished? Have you fallen behind on household cleaning and feel like you'll never catch up? New Concepts Janitorial Services, Inc. can help! Whether you need a one-time spring cleaning, clean-up after renovations or regular visits to keep your Dayton home spic and span, New Concepts Janitorial Services, Inc. is a service you can depend on. We recognize that each homeowner may have different expectations of how their Dayton living spaces are to be cleaned; we perform detailed interviews with you to make sure we always do the job right the first time. All of our professional housekeeping staff are bonded and insured to guarantee the safety of your home and your family. New Concepts Janitorial Services, Inc. is also dedicated to preserving the environment.
We use some of the most environmentally friendly “green” housekeeping products on the market for everything from sanitizing the bathroom to laundry detergent and floor polish. We come fully prepared for each job in uniform and leave the house looking dazzling.
Moving can be an incredibly stressful and busy time for any individual or family. Whether you are a homeowner or a tenant, it is important to leave behind a clean space for the inhabitants.
Once or twice a year do you look around your Dayton home and envision a clutter free space that is shiny clean? Spring cleaning doesn't only occur in the spring, but anytime you start to feel yourself overwhelmed by the task of keeping your home feeling comfortable and tidy.
Your busy schedule doesn't always leave time to do tedious chores like dusting, polishing and mopping. Yet a clean, well-organized Dayton home can reduce your stress and improve your quality of life.
Renovating your Dayton home can be even more stressful than moving. Anyone who has ever made additions or changes to their home knows how chaotic it can sometimes be. New Concepts Janitorial Services, Inc. is experienced in the process of cleaning construction and renovation sites during and after the work is completed.