Green Apple Expands Commercial Cleaning and Janitorial Services for Businesses in Maryland

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Office Cleaning Company in Baltimore and Annapolis Enters 18th Year in Business

BALTIMORE - Jan. 9, 2019 - eTradeWire -- Green Apple Cleaning, a leading cleaning services company with offices in Baltimore and Annapolis, announced today that it is expanding commercial cleaning services for small business, office buildings, retail and service locations in Maryland and Washington, DC.

"We have cleaned thousands of homes and offices in Annapolis, Baltimore and Columbia and surrounding areas since 2001," said Patryk Tararuj, CEO at Green Apple Cleaning. In 2019 Green Apple Cleaning is expanding its commercial office cleaning and janitorial services for reception areas, office cubicles, work areas, kitchens and bathrooms. "Our focus is to deliver high quality, low cost commercial cleaning services to more business clients, "added Tararuj.

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A clean and inviting office or work environment creates a better workplace for clients, visitors and office personnel. Green Apple commercial cleaning and janitorial services are enjoyed by business owners who need to maintain a professional work atmosphere with dependable, hassle-free cleaning services.

Green Apple Cleaning services are ideal for gyms, fitness centers, sports training facilities, office buildings, warehouses, retail storefronts, high rises, apartment buildings, dormitories, executive suites, movie theaters, attractions, amusement centers, auto dealers, showrooms and marinas in Maryland and Washington, DC.

We do the work so you have more time to manage your business. For a free commercial cleaning services quote for your office or place of business, visit GreenAppleCleaningMD.com (https://www.greenapplecleaningmd.com) or call (410) 631-7070.

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Patryk Tararuj @ Green Apple Cleaning
Call 410 631-7070
***@greenapplecleaningmd.com


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