Startup profile: iClean — access home-cleaning service in Abuja

by | Nov 2, 2017

Founded on August 28, 2017, iClean is an on-demand professional home cleaning service that allows clients to manage everything online. Situated in Maitama, Abuja, iClean focuses on cleaning only.

Basically, the clients enter their home details and get an affordable quote. Then thoroughly screened cleaners are deployed to clients’ homes as requested.

iClean capitalises on specialisation, affordable upfront quote, quality service and experienced professional cleaners as its competitive edge. The CEO, Cynthia Obinna, says cleaners are professionals with at least 1-year cleaning experience. They have also undergone a thorough background check. Hence, clients are guaranteed a very satisfactory cleaning service and are insured against damages. iClean also claims to be efficient service and swift in its process.

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We basically give our clients an upfront price in 2 mins. We achieve this by getting details of their homes.  The cleaner arrives at your home on the specified date and time. And you can pay when your cleaning is done. We aim to deliver top quality cleaning every time and are rated by our clients. .

The startup further encourages patronage of customers with an attractive referral system it has set up.

If you reside in Abuja, you may visit the website to utilise this service.


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Grace Akinosun
Grace Akinosun

Girl … with a pen. Content Creator.

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