About Garman’s Cleaning
We do best what you hate most
Garman’s Cleaning is a family-owned and -operated professional cleaning service for homeowners and business owners in Lancaster and Lebanon counties. Founded by Donna and Andy Garman in 2003, we exist to help our neighbors enjoy clean homes and working spaces. Dissatisfied with the approaches franchise cleaners take to cleaning, the Garmans have developed a service that provides better quality service catered to each individual home.
Donna’s first job was cleaning a motel owned by Andy’s parents. After college, Donna cleaned homes and offices as a side job. In 2003, Donna and Andy turned this part-time job into Garman’s Cleaning. Bringing her 25+ years of cleaning experience, Donna has developed a team of professional cleaners to provide our community with affordable, quality cleaning services.
Frequently Asked Questions
“Do I have to sign a contract?” “Do I have to be home during service?”
Get answers to these questions and more on our FAQ page.
At Garman’s Cleaning, we have a team of trained, experienced home cleaners. We carefully screen all our employees before they enter our customers’ homes, and we provide ongoing training during their career. Our team is known for their work ethic and willingness to learn your home and needs.
Garman’s Cleaning and all employees are insured to provide you with the most worry-free service possible. Cleaning services are available on a weekly, biweekly, or monthly basis, as well as just for special occasions.
A few years ago we noticed that several of our customers were signing up for services while undergoing medical treatment; they just didn’t have the time, energy, or ability to clean, yet having a clean home is crucial to their health and recovery.
When we realized the impact our services were having, we partnered with Cleaning for a Reason, a nonprofit devoted to delivering cleaning services to women undergoing cancer treatment. With this partnership, we provide these women with free cleanings each month for several months while they undergo treatment, as our small way of helping make their lives a little easier.