Cleaning Services in Ocala, FL

Comprehensive list of commercial and domestic cleaners in Ocala, FL offering house, office, carpet & window cleaning services.

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Ocala's #1 Cleaning Company. We do commercial cleaning, office cleaning, medical and healthcare offices, retail stores, government buildings, and of course house cleaning.


Clean source janitorial is a privately-owned professional cleaning service located in beautiful Ocala Fl. and The Villages Florida that has provided personalized and quality cleaning services for over 10 years. Our cleaning programs emphasize personalization -- daily, weekly, or monthly -- since each client has different needs. We can develop an office cleaning service plan specifically for you no


A t Corner to Corner we make it our business to research industry standards and services, then improve on them for our clients. No matter your cleaning need - domestic, commercial or construction, you can rest confident that Corner to Corner knows the market and will supply professional, reliable service that sets us apart from others within the industry.



Thanks for letting me introduce myself and my firm! I am an Ocala, Florida resident and the proud owner of Over the Top Cleaning Services. My hope is that you find my website to be both educational and informative so you have the necessary information to make the finest decisions possible for your upholstery and carpet cleaning requirements.


Whether it is a touch-up after a tenant has moved out or the property is in disarray after foreclosure or eviction, we can supply vacuuming/shampooing of carpets, cleaning of floors tile, vinyl, linoleum, or hardwood appliances, bathrooms, windows, walls, counters, cabinets, light fixtures, shelving and mirrors. We will come in and remove all debris inside and out.


THE MACHINERY -The machinery used to apply the cleaning compound utilize two counter rotating brushes that move carpet piling in a lifting pattern. The machinery enables the compound to make contact with all areas of the fibers, reaching deep down and pulling dirt up. The soil becomes trapped within the compound, in the same way a sponge absorbs dirt, and then it is vacuumed away.