Janitorial Services

Our janitorial services expertise includes cleaning some of the most demanding industrial environments, such as biotech, clean rooms, GMP facilities, and pharmaceutical companies. Our fully licensed and bonded custodians are trained to go above and beyond for our clients.

Our Cleaning System & Quality Control

Together we will specify your customized commercial cleaning plan, which you will receive in your estimate. Once it is entered into our cleaning system, our professional cleaner will access it when arriving at your facilities and be the basis for cleaning and quality inspection.


Our cleaning system has been created over the course of 40 years and still in development to help combat pandemics and constantly increase health and safety for our community, customers, and employees.

Janitorial services

Our janitorial cleaning services include:

We've been dedicated to providing only the highest standards of cleaning services for customers.

Service Information

  • Visiting Hours :09.00am - 06.00pm
  • Contact :(573) 214-1481
  • E-mail :miked2333@gmail.com
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Frequently Ask Questions

Yes, duct work cleaning services are subject to sales tax.  These services are taxable whether performed by a general janitorial cleaning service or a business specializing in duct cleaning.

Residential or commercial cleaning services (water extraction, restoration of wall-to-wall carpet, cleaning/treatment of walls, application of protectant, application of deodorizer, cleaning of tile or grout, etc) is subject to the sales tax.

The removal and installation/replacement of real property (for example, removal of carpet and drywall and subsequent installation of carpet and drywall) is contractor service not subject to the sales tax.

According to the provisions of Kentucky Regulation 103 KAR 26:070, all sales to contractors, subcontractors, or builders of tangible personal property to be incorporated or fabricated into any structure or improvement to real property are subject to sales tax. This same treatment applies to sales of janitorial services to contractors.  The liability for the sales tax associated with the purchase of the property or services is on the contractor as the consumer.  

Therefore, contractors may not claim a resale exemption on the purchase of taxable janitorial services performed on their construction projects because they are not reselling the janitorial services. Furthermore, the sale of the finished construction project is realty that is not a retail sale subject to sales and use tax.