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Lotus Cleaning Services is committed to providing excellent service while protecting you and the planet from toxic chemicals.

Lotus Cleaning Services is a family run business that, since 2006, has provided “Certified Green” house and office cleaning services to the cities of San Francisco, Oakland, Berkeley, Alameda, Piedmont, Emeryville, Albany, El Cerrito, and Richmond.

We use least-toxic and earth friendly cleaning products, and we supply everything, including a high quality CRI Green Label certified* vacuum (high-performance vacuum cleaners have a significant impact on improved indoor air quality).

Our maid service and cleaners are experienced and are extensively trained for quality, efficiency and safety.

We’re committed to paying our employees a living wage while keeping our rates competitive, and providing a respectful and pleasant work environment.

We’ll send you the same cleaning technician or team, who will get to know your needs and preferences. Many of our cleaners speak English.

Excellent references available upon request. We’re bonded, licensed, and insured.

*To earn the CRI Seal of Approval/Green Label certification, vacuums must pass the following independent laboratory tests: Soil removal — CRI uses NASA-enhanced x-ray fluorescence technology instead of traditional gravimetrix testing to measure the precise amount of soil removed from carpet — either 30 oz/sy commercial cut pile carpet or 30 oz/sy loop pile carpet. Dust containment —  The vacuum must not release more than 100 micrograms of dust particles per cubic meter of air, keeping dirt and dust locked tight in the vacuum — not escaping back into the air where it can be breathed.  Carpet fiber retention — The vacuum must not affect the texture of the commercial cut pile carpet (900 passes with sample rotated every 50 passes) more than a one-step change based on one year of normal vacuum use.

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