ABOUT CELESTIAL CLEANING SERVICE
We've serviced over 2,000+ clients in the last 20 years.
Cleaning Homes For Over 20+ Years!
Finally, the house cleaning and maid service company to give you back your time, sanity and peace of mind.
Celestial Cleaning Service is licensed, insured and bonded. We are the industry leader in house cleaning and maid services in San Francisco, CA, and nearby areas.
Our prices are transparent, and we are an easy to book cleaning company. Get a FREE Quote and Book Celestial Cleaning Service in 60 seconds or less.
We will take care of your home as if it is our home. Your belongings are safe with us every time. Expect and we will deliver a consistent cleaning service every time. Your expensive furniture and countertops will be well taken care of by our house cleaning technicians.
Book Celestial Cleaning Service today and get ready to be amazed the first time and every time after that.
We Provide High Quality Cleaning
1st Time Client
95% of our first time clients are happy with the house cleaning service our referred cleaner provided.
Most of our recurring clients are happy with our service and continue longer than 2+ years. Try us!
Work In Progress
We are always improving and look forward to any constructive feedback that could help us improve.
Celestial Cleaning Service is a domestic referral agency. The cleaners we refer are not our employees, they are domestic workers. This means that you are in control of the cleaning. We only refer the best home cleaners who we meet with in person, background check and screen prior to commencing work. House Cleaning services we offer in and surrounding areas in San Francisco:
Celestial Cleaning Service is not the employer of the domestic worker it referred to you. The domestic worker may be your employee or an independent contractor depending on the relationship you have with him or her. If you direct and control the manner and means by which the domestic worker performs his or her work you may have employer responsibilities, including employment taxes and workers’ compensation, under state and federal law. For additional information contact your local Employment Development Department and the Internal Revenue Service.