Air Quality, Employee Health & General Cleanliness

One of the greatest sources of indoor pollution is the fume emitted by cleaning products. Anago of South Florida is dedicated to providing excellent cleaning products and equipment that are environmentally friendly. Thorough and regular cleaning is essential to protect your employees and visitors from the spread of harmful bacteria and viruses. Often, government buildings have little access to fresh air, which can create an environment that harbors diseases and infections.

With green cleaning products, we have the ability to thoroughly clean and disinfect common areas, offices, restrooms, kitchens, and other spaces without releasing harmful VOCs.

Deep Cleaning Services

Even with regular cleaning, most facilities benefit from a quarterly or semi-annual deep clean.

Deep cleaning services can include:

  • Light fixture cleansing
  • Air vent cleaning
  • Window cleaning
  • Carpet cleaning
  • Grout and tile cleansing
  • Wall cleansing

Our Florida commercial cleaning services accommodate the needs of government offices. Our professional cleaning crews are kept up-to-date on the latest and most efficient cleaning practices, as well as trained in the special needs of secure facilities.

With our 100% satisfaction guarantee, you can rest assured that we respond to any and all issues quickly. Your satisfaction is our greatest priority.

If you need government office cleaning in Miami or in the surrounding areas, please do not hesitate to contact us. We look forward to working with you keep your facility clean and fresh!

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