Janitorial Management Incorporated is a leading provider of janitorial services in Donora, PA.
With more than two decades of experience, Janitorial Management Incorporated has provided professional cleaning services to companies large and small. We understand that no two buildings are never the same and customize our cleaning for each facility.
Our services include:
- Partial Janitorial Needs
- Corporate Facilities Cleaning
- Industrial Facilities Cleaning
- Window Cleaning
- Carpet Cleaning
JMI consistently produces high quality results at competitive rates and flexible cleaning schedules. We service many buildings with both day and evening services. Whether you have a Corporate Headquarters or large office complex in Donora, JMI has the experience to handle your cleaning needs.
What Our Customers Say:
“We have been using JMI for many years, they are an extension of our organization. JMI has always been consistent in keeping the quality of your facilities at a high level. Our expectations are very demanding and JMI always rises to the occasion.”
– Steve, Facilities Manager
Call us today toll-free at 855-564-2532 to schedule your free janitorial cleaning estimate today!
Donora is a borough in Washington County, Pennsylvania with a population of 4,781. Donora was incorporated in 1901. Donora got its name from a combination of William Donner and Nora Mellon, banker Andrew W. Mellon’s wife. Donora’s nickname is “The Home of Champions” mainly because of the large number of famous athletes who have called Donora their home. Agriculture, coal-mining, steel-making, wire-making, and other industries were conducted in Donora early in its history.
Donora Public Library – The Donora Public Library inspires lifelong learning, advances knowledge, and strengthens the surrounding communities.
Donora Fire Company – The Donora Fire Company protects the lives and property of the citizens of and visitors of Donora, Washington County, by providing the highest possible levels of service through fire prevention, public education, fire suppression.
Donora Historical Society – The Donora Historical Society and Smog Museum preserves, researches, interprets and promotes Donora history through cooperative continuing educational relationships with individuals and institutions; focusing on causes and effects of the 1948 “smog” tragedy and its impact on global environmental concerns and issues.