Janitorial Management Incorporated is a leading provider of janitorial services in Plymouth Meeting, 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 Plymouth Meeting, JMI has the experience to handle your cleaning needs.
What Our Customers Say:
“Janitorial Management does exactly what their name says they manage our janitorial operations. We never worry about cleaning since hiring JMI to service our buildings.” -Vince, Director of Facilities
Call us today toll-free at 855-564-2532 to schedule your free janitorial cleaning estimate!
Plymouth Meeting is a town located in Montgomery County, PA. Plymouth Meeting is often noted as the wealthiest place in Montgomery County and is home to IKEA’s US headquarter. The area was originally settled by Quakers in the 16th Century.
Plymouth Meeting Resources:
Colonial School District – Colonial School District is home to over 5,000 students. The district utilizes a “team approach” to education with the hope that it will encourage critical thinking, problem solving, and an enthusiasm for continuous learning.
Plymouth Little League – Plymouth Little League was chartered in 1958 by Little League International. The league is an entirely volunteer organization that provides baseball and softball leagues for youth of all ages.
Harmonville Fire Company No. 1 – Harmonville Fire Company No. 1 was developed in 1924 as a response to the needs of their community. The company has 2 separate fire stations at each end of Plymouth Meeting so it can respond quickly to fire and rescue emergencies.