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Uno cleaning Omaha offers commercial residential home, house, office, apartment, business store, restaurant, floor, windows, gutter, and pool; move in out, deep post construction, pre-sale fine cleaning and housekeeping and maid services in Omaha NE. Also, Uno cleaning offers junk trash removal old furniture pick up, foreclosure cleaning services in Omaha Nebraska. Uno is the low cost best cleaning company in Omaha. Our cleaning cost is as low as $60. Uno cleaning offers weekly bi weekly monthly cleaning services with affordable rates. We have 5 star ratings at Google maps, Facebook and Angie`s List. Uno cleaning service area includes Downtown Omaha, Central Omaha, Southwest Omaha and Sarpy County, including the communities of Bellevue, Blair, Carter Lake, Fort Calhoun, Gretna, LaVista, Millard, Omaha, Papillion, Ralston, Springfield and Waterloo, NE, and Council Bluffs, IA. SERVICES: Home House Cleaning Office Cleaning Apartment Cleaning Business Cleaning Commercial Cleaning Floor Cleaning Building Cleaning Apartment Complex Cleaning Restaurant Cleaning Foreclosure Cleaning Move In Move Out Deep Cleaning Post Construction Cleaning Pre-Sale House Cleaning Maid Service Housekeeping Service Junk Removal Trash Removal Furniture Removal Appliance Removal Donation Pick Up Couch Removal Sofa Removal Construction Waste Removal After Party Special Event Cleaning Dish Washing Service
- 3315 Burt St. omahaNE68131
Omnivillage is a decentralized worker owned service cooperative, and all of our workers are part owners of the company. This means: there are no middlemen, there is no overhead associated with a central location, we take more responsibility for our work, and we work more efficiently, which all translate to better work and more saving for you. At Omnivillage we believe that worker owned cooperatives are a solution to the growing economic inequality in America. With the worker owned cooperative model all workers have ownership of the business, and share equally in the profit of the business. In worker cooperatives, decision-making is also democratic, so each worker has one vote, and policies can’t be determined by an investor whose only priority is profit.