SonoMarin Cleaning Services has been providing house cleaning services for customers in Mill Valley since 1991. We encourage our customers to create a personalized cleaning plan that matches their exact needs. Our cleaning processes are environmentally friendly – we always bring our own cleaning equipment and green, eco-friendly supplies, including vacuums with HEPA filters.
Exceptional Cleaning, Time After Time
Many of our employees have been with us for more than 6 years, so you can count on getting the same expert cleaning team, time after time. Because we value your time, we work as a team of three cleaning professionals, lead by a supervisor. Our van-equipped GPS Technology and satellite-tracking enables us to accurately predict when our crew will arrived, as well as how long they stayed.
If you are looking for a family owned house cleaning service that will provide exactly the services you need, please contact SonoMarin Cleaning Services for a free cleaning estimate We are proud to have developed happy customers in Mill Valley for more than 20 years.
A quality vacuum cleaner with a High Efficiency Particle Arresting (HEPA) filter is key to maintaining a clean home or office. HEPA filters capture all of the dust and dirt, rather than allowing much of it to escape during the vacuuming process. A HEPA filter can capture 100% of all dust particulate sizes, ranging from >100 microns down to 0.3 micron size, 1/200 the width of a strand of human hair.
Be sure to use green cleaning products because they are easier on you, your family and the environment. Many cleaning products today are non-toxic, biodegradable, and made from renewable resources rather than petroleum. You can also create your own all-purpose green cleaner right at home by mixing a little warm water with baking soda. Baking soda can also be sprinkled on carpet and stored open inside your refrigerator to help to eliminate odors.
Don’t use antibacterial cleaners because they can lead to “super germs,” – bacteria that can survive the chemical onslaught and have resistant offspring. In fact, the FDA has recommended that antibacterial soaps and hand cleansers should be avoided. They do not work better than regular soap and water.