"There is more to life than increasing its speed." -- Mohandas Gandhi
"This is my simple religion. There is no need for temples; no need forComplicated philosophy. Our own brain, our own heart is our temple; the Philosophy is kindness." --- Dalai Lama
"This is love: to fly toward a secret sky, to cause a hundred veils to fall each moment. First to let go of life. Finally, to take a step without feet." ---Rumi
"All that we are is a result of all that we have thought" ---Bhudda
"If every household in the US replaced one bottle of shower cleaner containing chlorine bleach with a hydrogen-peroxide-based shower cleaner we could prevent 1 million pounds of chlorine from entering our environment."
"If every household in the US replaced just one box of 48 oz petroleum-based powder laundry detergent with a vegetable-based product we could save 96,000 barrels of oil."
"Not by harming life does one become noble.One is termed noble for being gentle to all living things." ---Dhammapada, 19, translated by Thanissaro Bhikkhu.
"If every household in the US replaced just one box of 85-sheet virgin-fiber facial tissue with recycled ones, we could save 280,000 trees."
"He who knows that all things are his mind, That all with which he meets are friendly, Is ever joyful." ---Hundred Thousand Songs of Milarepa
"If every household in the US replaced just one 25 oz bottle of petroleum-based dishwashing liquid with a plant-based product, we could save 81,000 barrels of oil."
"In whom there dwells no self-deception and no pride, Who is desireless, whose wrath is put away, whose self hath cool become --He is Brahmin." ---Udana
"If you want others to be happy, practice compassion. If you want to be happy, practice compassion." ---- His Holiness the Dalai Lama
"In our every deliberation, we must consider the impact of the decisions on the next seven generations." ---Great Law of the Iroquois
"Be kind whenever possible. It is always possible." ---- Dalai Lama
"You must be the change you wish to see in the world" ---Mahatma Gandhi

Greenforce clean team

San Francisco, San Mateo, Oakland and Surrounding

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To ensure a place in the schedule — please try to call us at least a week in advance!

  • Give us a call. Discuss your cleaning needs with us. We will give you a recommendation over the phone.
  • Schedule a visit. Once you’ve been given a phone estimate and are interested in getting service, we can schedule your first visit.
  • Clean your house. For our first visit we request that you be present to show us around. You may stay in your house while we clean or not as you please. For subsequent cleanings, if you like, you can arrange to keep a copy of your key in our lock box.
  • Pay by cash, check or credit card. After your cleaning is done, you can pay the cleaning team supervisor by cash or check. You may pre-arrange a payment by credit card as well. We accept Amex Visa and Mastercard.
  • Service check. After every cleaning, your cleaning team will leave a Greenway Maid Rating Card which gives you the opportunity to rate the service provided. Just drop the post card in the mail. You can also use the card for any minor notes or corrections for our next visit. Our company strives for “excellent” ratings and our teams receive bonuses for top ratings. If you are not satisfied with your service, we request that you call us immediately.
  • Regular Service. We are happy to schedule a single cleaning or to arrange weekly, bi-weekly or monthly scheduling.

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“Sandra and Mayra represented GreenMaids superbly! They filled my home with love and added to my life. Thank you for your services.” — Patrick Lee

“My husband and I have made a stand oh yes! We called “Greenforce” Cleaning services and put their “Green” cleaning to the test.  We are impressed, thoroughly. Not only are we minimizing our “carbon footprint”, we are happy with our friendly and timely cleaning service.  Not a corner was missed and our home smelled like lavender, not a scent named after something intangible and ridiculouslyconceptual like “Mountain Breeze”. I mean what should “Mountain Breeze smell like really?  Pollen and dirt?”

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