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Home Disinfecting and Sanitizing Cleaning in New York, NY. Tri- State Area

New York Home Cleaning Services provides a comprehensive cleaning, sanitizing and disinfecting solutions for residential homes and commercial properties.  A home that is deep cleaned isn’t necessarily disinfected.

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Home Disinfecting and Sanitizing Cleaning Treatment Process

Home disinfecting and sanitizing cleaning is often misunderstood.  When it comes to deep cleaning a home, the options must be clearly understood.  Cleaning, sanitizing and disinfecting a home are different from each other by the target cleaning goal.  These deep cleaning applications are defined as:

  • Cleaning: The removing of dirt and impurities from surfaces.
  • Sanitizing: A process intending to reduce germs and bacteria from surfaces.  Example: you may use a hand sanitizer that will reduce the germs on your hands but the dirt and impurities are still on your skin.
  • Disinfecting: A process with a goal of killing germs and bacteria.  The CDC refer to Disinfecting as a mean to reducing infections.

What Is The Best Disinfecting Cleaning Method?

The best disinfecting method must use EPA Registered Solutions and Steam Treatment Technology.  New York Home Cleaning Services provides a comprehensive cleaning, sanitizing and disinfecting solutions for residential homes and commercial properties.  A home that is deep cleaned isn’t necessarily disinfected.  For the homeowner or inhabitants it is recommended that a post deep cleaning procedure using EPA Registered Disinfectant will be applied.  Together with steam treatment of surfaces, cleaning, disinfecting and steaming will further reduce the risk of infections.

WARNING: According to the U.S. Federal Act of 1996, any product that claim to kill or repel virus or bacteria must be tested and registered by the EPA prior to claiming such cleaning ability. 

New York Home Cleaning Services’ method is Bleach-Free, Non-Chlorine, Non-Corrosive and has No-Toxic Fumes.  The company uses an EPA Registered applicant that is safe for disinfecting Home, Office, Public Areas and Fleet Vehicles like Trucks, Buses and Trains.

What’s The Danger Of Common Household Cleaners with Bleach Chlorine or Acid?

Most household cleaners and those used by housekeeping and maid services contain bleach chlorine and acid.  A homeowner should know that bleach containing chlorine may be harmful and dangerous to the respiratory system, eyes and skin. Some of the dangers and disadvantages of bleach containing chlorine are Toxic Fume, Corrosive – Metal Corrosion, Irritating – Caustic, Expensive, Damage Fabrics, Hard To Remove Residue, No Residual Protection.

Our Process

Welcome Call

All calls and inquiries are handled by our trained representatives who are knowledgeable and compassionate of your personal situation. We understand the challenges as well as the sensitivity to your situation and cater to the needs of each client.


Our representative is interested in your goals for your home and will ask questions regarding your needs, concerns and budget.

On-Site Visit

The Owner will personally visit each project site and meet with the client for a brief walkthrough to understand the task at hand. We feel it is important to understand the details of your situation and the items that the team will be working with.

Project Scope

Post-visit our team develops a scope of work which will include the services and details that were discussed during the estimate, a timeline, and the costs of all services requested.


When you are ready to move forward with scheduling, we request a signed contract with the listed scope of work, your deposit in order to hold your date, team, and trucks, and then we go over the details on what to expect on the day of your cleanup.

The Cleanup

The owner is a hands-on Project Manager who will supervise the cleanup process. The owner or a certified supervisor is always there to assist you with any concerns or special requests.

Project Inspection

Upon completion, the owner or supervisor on-site will review the service agreement and scope of work to inspect for any oversight, requests or unsatisfactory workmanship. We want to be sure we have met all of your expectations.

Client's Walk-Through

After completion, you will be accompanied by the supervisor on-site for a walk-through to ensure we have executed all that was discussed and the cleaning has met all of your expectations. We will note any additional requests or wishes that you may have and execute those immediately.


Upon completion and your final walkthrough, we then finalize the balance.

Post-Project Follow-up

Our clients are more than a number or a job. We make it a point to follow-up after the work is done because our clients are part of our brand new family and we are grateful to have been part of your project!


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