Janitorial Management Incorporated is a leading provider of janitorial services in Philadelphia, 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 Philadelphia, JMI has the experience to handle your cleaning needs.
What Our Customers Say:
“JMI has changed the way we look at cleaning. The money we saved in our paper
products alone has been amazing. JMI knows the janitorial business better than any
company that we have ever hired. They are critical to our team now.”
– Gary T.
Call us today toll-free at 855-564-2532 to schedule your free janitorial cleaning estimate!
Philadelphia is the largest city in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and the 2nd most populated city on the east coast. It was founded in 1682 by William Penn to serve as the capital of the Pennsylvania Colony. Philadelphia has a rich history including the signing of the Declaration of Independence in 1776 and the Constitution in 1787. Philadelphia is home to world renown art, food, commerce and sight-seeing. It is known as the “City of Brotherly Love.”
Philadelphia Museum of Art – The Philadelphia Museum of Art stands at the edge of the Schuylkill River and is a landmark building. The Museum was built in 1874, around the time of the American Centennial celebration. Inside, the museum boats a large collection of world renown artists. Over the years the collection has ranged from Goya to Picasso. The museum has also appeared prominently in famous scenes from the popular “Rocky” movie series. The museum continues to grow and offers many benefits for members, including “Pay what you can” days and discounts for students.
Philadelphia Zoo – The Philadelphia Zoo opened in 1874 in Philadelphia’s “Centennial District” and is the oldest zoo in America. The zoo is known throughout the world as a premiere spot for breeding endangered species and working with environmental protection groups around the world to maintain at risk populations. The zoo boasts many events throughout the year including a 5k race and an Oktoberfest festival. The zoo has 42 acres and hosts over 1,300 animals.
Philadelphia Chamber of Commerce – The Philadelphia Chamber of Commerce helps connect local business owners with valuable connections. Also known as “The Chamber,” the association of businesses boasts ties to “over 600,000 employees” and provides business owners with partnerships not just in the greater Philadelphia area, but also New Jersey and Delaware. The Chamber seeks every year to grow Philadelphians businesses using growth and cooperation between local owners and employees. The Chamber hosts numerous events throughout the year, and gives members access to marketing opportunities through their extensive network.