We are proud to announce that we have been selected as a 2021 HomeStars Best of Award Winner! This marks the third year in a row that we have had the honour of receiving this award. We couldn’t have done it without our Green Clean Family!
We would like to thank every one of our team members, customers and companies we work with for your continued support. We really couldn’t have done it without everyone. During these tough times, we’re glad to have maintained a trust with our customers, who allow us to come into and clean their homes and businesses (when it has been safe for us to operate).
We are pleased to be able to say that we have kept our promise of providing a naturally-clean home over the last year—even when fighting novel viruses in your home.
We promise to maintain our higher standards of cleanliness and safety and remain committed to our Green Clean Guarantee, and thank you all for commitment to helping us at Ecosparkle keep safe & healthy.
The Green Clean Family is the Best Family. Period.
HomeStars is Canada’s largest online marketplace connecting homeowners with trusted home service professionals. In 2018, 8 million homeowners visited HomeStars looking for a pro for their next home improvement project. HomeStars was created in 2006 to help homeowners make better hiring decisions. HomeStars, an ANGI Homeservices company, is part of a global network of home improvement marketplaces in Europe, the UK and the US, including Angie’s List and HomeAdvisor. Find out more on the HomeStars website.
About the HomeStars Best of Award
The Best Of Award recognizes the most trusted home service professionals in HomeStars’ network, which includes over 60,000 home services pros. Each winner has been vetted and awarded thanks to their commitment to quality, integrity and exceptional customer care.
“Our Best of Award Winners set the standard for home service pros in our network,” says Nancy Peterson, CEO of HomeStars. “This award is a testament to their unwavering excellence and commitment towards the quality of their trade.”