New Shantell’s Cleaning Service Uses Eco-Friendly Methods
Shantell Fonock has launched Shantell’s Cleaning Service, which uses no harsh chemicals such as chlorine bleach in providing safe cleaning of both homes and commercial spaces in Cape Coral, North Fort Myers, Fort Myers, Estero and Bonita Springs for both people and the environment. Needs and opportunities for her use of environmentally friendly cleaning products include moving in and out by tenants ,whether they are weekly, biweekly or monthly, and before and after events. They provides free estimates and can work closely with property managers.
“With several years of experience, we will clean your home or office like it is our own,” says Fonock. “It is our goal to keep you, your family and the environment as safe and happy as possible; that is why we use eco-friendly cleaners.”
Cost: $35 per hour per person. For more information or to make an appointment, call 239-699-0174, email SFonock@gmail.com or visit Shantell’s Cleaning Service on Facebook.
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