LynneJean Cleaning Announces Launch of Dynamic, Modernized New Website

LynneJean Cleaning, house and office cleaning services company covering Wheaton and Glen Ellyn areas of Illinois created more intuitive website with new layout, expansion of blog section and more.

Wheaton, United States - February 14, 2018 /PressCable/ —

LynneJean Cleaning, often referred to as the best cleaning company in Wheaton and Glen Ellyn, Illinois offering professional maid cleaning services for homes and offices, announced the launch of its dynamic, modernized new website. Located at https://www.lynnejeancleaning.com, the improved website makes the entire process of finding a house cleaning service experience more intuitive for customers, boasting a new layout and expansion of the blog area for visitors to learn more about cleaning tips, finding the right cleaning company, home cleaning advice and more.

“LynneJean Cleaning wants to be able to give new customers a great looking design with easy to navigate options to see the benefits and services we offer.” says Marella, owner of LynneJean Cleaning. “We make life less stressful through quality house or office cleaning services for a cleaner, safer and healthier environment. With the announcement of our new and improved website, both existing and prospective clients will be able to fully appreciate our approach of customizing cleaning services to what they desire.”

As a high-quality residential and commercial cleaning business that’s trusted in the community and which boasts a myriad of satisfied customers, LynneJean Cleaning takes the time to thoroughly clean each bedroom, kitchen and bathroom, offering one-time house cleaning services, recurring home cleaning services at a monthly or bi-monthly rate and move-in/move-out house cleaning services. The goal of this approach, according to LynneJean Cleaning representatives, is to remove the hassles and stresses of homeowners having to think about when and how to clean their houses week in and week out.

In the area of house cleaning services, LynneJean Cleaning maid experts dust all horizontal services; polish TVs, mirrors and computer screens; vacuum floors (in living areas); wash bathroom floors; polish tubs, tiles, sinks, mirrors and interior windows; sanitize toilets inside and out; sanitize floors (in bathrooms); clean countertops and cabinet doors; polish appliances and stove tops; clean sinks and windows and wash floors (in kitchens). Beyond standard cleaning tasks, the company also offers spring house cleaning services, performed in a systematic manner and encompassing interior window washing, cobweb dusting, furniture vacuuming, kitchen cabinet washing and tile/tub treatment with stronger chemicals to remove minerals.

LynneJean Cleaning can be reached for a free cleaning quite at (630) 871-4521.

Contact Info:
Name: Marella Hrbacek
Organization: LynneJean Cleaning
Address: 1569 Sandhurst Ct, Wheaton, IL 60189, United States
Phone: +1-630-871-4521

For more information, please visit https://www.lynnejeancleaning.com

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 300414

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