Christi’s Green Cleaning has been providing healthy and environmentally friendly green housekeeping services to Watsonville since we opened for business in 2007.
We’re committed to providing both excellent service and keeping our customers’ homes as eco-friendly and healthy as possible. We use non-toxic cleaning products such as Envirox and Howard’s Naturals, and our vacuum cleaners are bagless, properly maintained, and have Hepa filtration systems that filter 99.97% of airborne particles.
We also use reusable rags whenever possible instead of paper towels, and any paper products we do use are made from 100% recycled paper.
Our cleaning techs go through an extensive training program and background check before hiring. They are also equipped with an extensive work order customized to your home and your specific cleaning needs so that they can address those room by room.
Please see our outstanding reviews on Yelp and our testimonials for examples of our commitment to providing the very best service possible.
If you’d like a personalized quote for cleaning services, just fill out our rate request form and you’ll be emailed multiple options.
We are Licensed, Bonded, and Insured.
We just have never experienced the type of service you (and Elise) deliver before. It took us nearly 3 years of living here before we ventured out to look for a cleaning service because our experience has been fairly lackluster in our past homes. Everything was clean and the people we had were nice, but the results were nothing particularly special. It was tough to decide to put out the money when we could get the same results with a little extra time and elbow grease. I do not believe if I worked 8 hours a day on just cleaning the house that I could get the results we are receiving with your service! And, you do a great job of running it.
Watsonville Fly-In and Air Show celebrated it’s 50th Anniversary in 2014!
The town is home to the Santa Cruz County Fair and Strawberry Festival http://cityofwatsonville.org/visitors/strawberry-festival
The Pajaro Valley also contains part of one of California’s last undisturbed coastal wetlands, the Elkhorn Slough where there is spectacular year-round birdwatching and Kayaking.