• Home

Green Maids Celebrates New York City Launch

Posted: Updated:

The company is creating healthier homes in their community with truly organic cleaning solutions, reports www.greenmaids.co.

New York, NY – September 15, 2017 /MarketersMedia/

Green Maids recently celebrated the launch of their new company. The brainchild of two fathers who wanted an alternative to harmful chemicals found in traditional products, the company’s services are creating safer and healthier homes in their community with truly organic cleaning solutions. The Green Maids office is centrally located in Penn Plaza and will serve residents all across the city in need of sustainable Home Cleaning services.

“Our team is so excited to be providing our services to those in the New York City area. Clean and healthy homes are vital for those living in a city known for its high levels of pollution. Unfortunately, creating these environments can be difficult when the very products many use to clean their homes contain dangerous chemicals that cannot even be touched or breathed in. Fortunately, Green Maids is here to give residents who want something different an affordable way to achieve that goal,” said Damon Cleveland, co-creator of Green Maids.

The Green Maids team uses only bio-based, USDA-certified organic, non-animal tested products to clean client’s homes. Going above and beyond, they conduct quarterly reviews of their cleaning products to ensure that they are the safest available on the market. The company employs the industry’s best, guaranteeing that homes will be cleaned by knowledgeable people who are serious about their mission to dramatically decrease the carbon footprint of U.S. households through the use of chemical-free cleaning products and services.

Cleveland went on to say, “Green home cleaning is about more than just a wellness movement. Our products are organic and our cleaning methods sustainable because we recognize that we have the power to create a better planet starting with the way we treat our homes. We are truly committed to our community and to making sure that every family has a chance to live a healthy, happy life.”

About Green Maids:

Green Maids was founded in 2013 with the goal of leaving behind a healthier home – one safe families, the elderly and pets. The business was started by Damon Cleveland and Floyd Vesprey, two fathers who were searching for truly organic cleaning solutions for their homes. Struggling to find any, the fathers decided to launch their own business, one that provides affordable green-cleaning services to every household. Today, Green Maids has become a reliable, community-oriented business renowned for creating homes that are free of toxins, chemicals and pollutants.

Contact Info:
Name: Damon Cleveland
Organization: Green Maids
Address: New York, NY 10001
Phone: +1 (917) 406-2875

Source URL: https://marketersmedia.com/green-maids-celebrates-new-york-city-launch/239497

For more information, please visit http://www.greenmaids.co

Source: MarketersMedia

Release ID: 239497

Information contained on this page is provided by an independent third-party content provider. Frankly and this Station make no warranties or representations in connection therewith. If you are affiliated with this page and would like it removed please contact pressreleases@franklyinc.com

    • Texas News Minute

      The latest Texas news from The Associated Press
    • Best and Worst College Cities

      With application season in full gear and college living costs reaching $24,980 per student for nine to 12 months, the personal-finance website WalletHub today released its report on 2018’s Best & Worst College Towns & Cities in America as a follow-up on its College & University Rankings.  

    • Enter the Great Crossroads Snow Day Picture Contest for chance to win a trip

      Enter the Great Crossroads Snow Day Picture Contest for chance to win a trip to Moody Gardens! 

    • Texas Farm Bureau Friends of Agriculture Fund Endorses Governor Greg Abbott For Re-election

      Texas Farm Bureau Friends of Agriculture Fund (TFB AGFUND), Inc. has endorsed Governor Greg Abbott for four more years as the Governor of Texas. Texas Farm Bureau is the state’s largest farm organization, and TFB AGFUND represents farmers and ranchers in the political process. 

    • Governor Abbott Meets With Department Of Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen

      AUSTIN - Governor Greg Abbott today met with United States Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen at the Texas Capitol in Austin. During the meeting, the Governor and Secretary Nielsen discussed the ongoing recovery efforts following Hurricane Harvey, border security and cyber security. 

    • ABC's The Note: Democrats can revel in Doug Jones’ win, but more battles loom

      Yes, they (still) can. But it won't always be this easy, and this was pretty hard at that. Democrats have every reason to celebrate their victory in Alabama. They can revel in storylines about new coalitions in red-state America, and about Republican dissensions and governing difficulties. But their true battles have barely begun. 

    • Trey's Forecast Discussion

      Rain Chances Back In Our Forecast! Check Out Trey Meynig's Full Forecast. 

    • Take precautions when taking your kids to visit Santa

      A visit to Santa should be fun for everyone involved, not just mom and dad. But if it's your child's first ever visit to see Santa, it's a good idea to proceed with some caution. Have an idea ahead of time whether your child is really interested in seeing Santa up close and in person - or perhaps just from afar. If your child is old enough to be able to speak with you, ask them what they'd like to do - that way you can help manage their expectations. We spend a lot of time warning...

    • Birthday Wishes

      Good morning Crossroads! Happy Birthday to Jackie, Kahlia, Lena, Melissa, Olivia, and Pursayious. If today is your Cake Day you share it with Jamie Fox and Taylor Swift. Have a good one!

    • New U.S. Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen is decrying "sanctuary cities" in Texas.     

Current Conditions