Aquastar Cleaning Services
Hardworking and Reliable Housekeeping Experts
Aquastar Cleaning Services offers weekly, bi-weekly, monthly, moving in/out, deep cleaning or just one time house cleaning and maid service. We customize our cleaning services for you and your home. We have over 25 years of experience, which has taught us that every home is unique as the people living in it. Pricing on house cleaning services is based on many factors; starting by, size, frequency, pets, products and clutter are some of those factors that are looked when a quote is given. Every quote is unique and tailored to meet your expectations.
Aquastar Cleaning Services has years of experience in the cleaning industry and pays meticulous attention to details on every project. Integrity, trust, respect, and teamwork are our core values. We strive to achieve excellence in all that we do. As a member, you can shape our future and reinforce Aquastar's core values.
We are detail-oriented, hardworking, and reliable house cleaning and housekeeping specialists. Our hundreds of satisfied clients are the best proof of the high quality services we offer to all our clients. If it is a house, condo, you need a help with, we will clean it to your best satisfaction - guaranteed.
We clean your entire home each visit. Most other house cleaning services rotate their visits, which means that only a portion of your home is cleaned thoroughly each time. your entire home is thoroughly cleaned each and every time we service your home.
Kennesaw is a suburban city northwest of Atlanta in Cobb County, Georgia, United States, located within the greater Atlanta metropolitan area. Known from its original settlement in the 1830s until 1887 as Big Shanty, it became Kennesaw under its 1887 charter. According to the 2020 census, Kennesaw had a population of 33,036, a 10.9% increase in population over the preceding decade. Kennesaw has an important place in railroad history. During the Civil War, Kennesaw was the staging ground for the Great Locomotive Chase on April 12, 1862.