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Tidy Building Services Launches New Website and Expands Cleaning and Restoration Services

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Tidy Building Services rejuvenates its website, and is now offering services in Alabama, Florida, Louisiana, Maryland, Minnesota, South Carolina, Texas, Virginia, Washington, DC and Wisconsin.

San Francisco, CA, United States of America – March 13, 2014 /MarketersMedia/ —

Keeping buildings clean and tidy can be a challenge, especially if those buildings are large, public venues that see high footfall every day. People have a natural tendency to create messiness, so janitors, cleaners and porters must all do their part to try and keep the environment harmonious, clean and clear of debris, as well as to ensure that it looks aesthetically inviting to all comers. Tidy Building Services understands the needs of everyone from hotels and casinos to hospitals and banks, schools and government buildings, and provides cleaning, maintenance and even restoration services to such places throughout more than ten States.

The company now provides high quality janitorial services to businesses, homes and institutions throughout Alabama, Florida, Louisiana, Maryland, Minnesota, South Carolina, Texas, Virginia, Washington, DC and Wisconsin, spanning much of the eastern United States. Started and based in New Orleans, the growth to ten states is a testament to Tidy’s dedication to providing peace of mind through high quality results at a low cost.

Just as integral in their success are Tidy’s professional employees whom are skilled, punctual and conscientious, and have a wide range of expertise not just in janitorial skills but portering, housekeeping and even skilled procedures like wood and stone restoration, ensuring they are capable of handling any problem to the highest possible standard.

A spokesperson for Tidy Building Services explained, “We offer building management and supervision services as well as restoration and cleaning services, so we can now combine these skills to offer janitorial services and housekeeping for public and corporate buildings as well as for private homes, giving us the most complete spectrum of services to date across building, cleaning and management. With more branches open than ever while still being run as a centralized business and not a franchise, we are bringing our New Orleans based business to new heights.”

About Tidy Building Services:
Tidy Building Services was created in New Orleans, Louisiana in 1980. Originally a door to door cleaner offering quality, prompt service and communication, the company stands by these values today having expanded exponentially. Despite their national reach, they are not a franchise. They know all of their supervisors personally and form strong working relationships with each and every customer. Their services include housekeeping, night cleaning, day porters, stewarding and wood and stone floor restoration.

For more information about us, please visit http://www.tidyusa.com/

Contact Info:
Name: Joe Bragg
Email: joe@brandoutreach.com
Phone: (415) 632 1664
Organization: Brandoutreach

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