Janitorial Management Incorporated is a leading provider of janitorial services in Colmar, 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 Colmar, 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!
Colmar, PA, is a community located in Montgomery County, PA, northwest of the city of Philadelphia. Colmar runs along route 309, as well as the western part of the Neshaminy Creek.
Colmar Fire Company – The Colmar Fire Company strives to provide the highest quality of service to the residents of Colmar. They respond to calls for fire rescue, hazardous material assistance, and many other threats to life and property through their use of innovation and preparedness.
Dog Town Rescue – Dog Town Rescue’s main goal is to reduce the number of dogs entering animal shelters and in turn reducing the amount of dogs who are euthanized. Their facilities have kennels and play areas for all their dogs waiting adoption as well as a pet supplies store.
Community Action Association of Pennsylvania – The Community Action Association of Pennsylvania supports all low-come citizens of Pennsylvania through their support of 41 local community action agencies. They sponsor professional training in anti-poverty areas, advocate for public policy and legislation, and serve as a focal-point for resource development.