Welcome To Green Broom USA

Environmental Friendly Cleaning Service, a family owned business.

Our team members are fully trained and experienced with the different clients we serve including offices, hospitals, schools, residential homes & new construction. Whether it's a smaller residential home or a large office or institutional customer we provide the same top-notch service every time.

From ceiling to floor, clean & vacuum office chairs, handle high unreachable dusting, empty all trashes, dust artificial plants, dust all wall furnishings, vacuum all rugs, sanitize telephones, wipe cabinets, shelving & doors, clean ceiling vents, dust ledges, sills & surfaces, clean entry doors, sanitize sinks & knobs, clean all mirrors & frames, empty & damp wipe ashtrays, sanitize trash cans, sanitize water fountains, sanitize door knobs & handles, clean all cobwebs, clean fingerprints, clean baseboard dust & smudges, wipe all desk areas, clean door frames & jams, wipe down magazines & books, dust lamps & shades, straighten reading materials, clean, wipe table surfaces & legs, clean fingerprints, sweep, vacuum, mop floors, clean countertops, tables & chairs,

Bathrooms & Kitchens- dust wall furnishings, sweep / mop full area, empty all trashes, fill paper product dispensers, fill soap dispensers, clean splash marks, clean bathroom stalls, sanitize commodes & seats, clean mirrors & frames, sanitize basins & showers, sanitize sinks, knobs,

 

Latest News

09 19 2011

New York: Landowners signed leases and now have regrets

Many landowners in New York who signed leases to hydraulic fracturing companies are now having regrets, for a variety of reasons. Some wish they had bargained more and gotten better deals. Others regret their choice now that the debate over the environmental risks has increased. Ellen Harrison, who lives in Caroline, New York, has started a group called Fleased in order to fight the companies and help property owners escape their leases. Many landowners have had their leases extended without their consent because the companies have invoked force majeure, which means there was an unanticipated event that prohibited the two sides from fulfilling an agreement. Thus far, 400 landowners have filed lawsuits against gas companies. Some feel the gas company representatives misled them, some want the market value for their leases and some just want to be released from their lease.