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Office upkeep work done by local office cleaning company Super Bright saves San DIego office workers time to work, and makes office floors and desks "sparkle." Dust and trash go away each week, bi-weekly, or monthly.

"Our office cleaning service gives your place of business a clean, professional look...," Super Bright says.

The company locally owned and operated for over 18 years trains office cleaners to take the time to do detailed and thorough work. Putting an office in order starts with clean, and sanitize, desks and tables. Need a kitchenette cleaning? Super Bright stays at the office until the place used for the lunchtime office meeting habit gets cleaned.

On the clock, the office cleaners use the company's equipment and supplies to handle the bathroom cleaning strain.

Classy business in San DIego takes carpets, and chairs, that give the office a front look. Vacuum work takes the dull and dingy out of the office. Even the sofa "sparkles."

Show windows pick up customers in the fair weather business city. Window cleaning can be routine work for Super Bright cleaners. Blurs get taken care of outside, and inside. The window tracks that collect dirt? THe cleaners have them covered.

Office managers who pay to put an end to short cut cleanings done by office workers get an office free of dirt. Trash cans get emptied before Super Bright leaves. During office hours, or after work.

The company located at 4431 Cherokee Avenue, rated A+ by the Better Business Bureau gives managers a free consultation offer before any office cleaning agreement gets made. Both sides can decide the work cut out for the professional cleaners.

Super Bright cleaners show up at the office in central San Diego COunty locations. Downtown. Mission Valley. Clairemont and the College Area. Ocean Beach and Bay Park. And, Coronado. Out to La Mesa and San Carlos. Up to La JOlla and University City.

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