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I cannot say enough good things about the professionalism, reliability and responsiveness of this company. They made a very difficult situation much easier. Would recommend without any hesitation.

- David Denomme

These people are conscientious, caring and reliable. They took on a mammoth job, in an apartment that had been resistant to odour removal after several cleanings. When they finished, the smell of urine was gone, the floors were shiny and offensive furnishings had been removed. I couldn’t be more pleased.

- Joanne Frieday

These people are fantastic. Arrived on time. Discussed everything that needed to be done. Worked well under pressure. I have had an ongoing issue with tenants who have hoarded and caused me a great deal of stress and money. GCC are professional and worth it!

- Marigold Steele

News & Insights

How to Get Blood Out of Fabric?

Removing blood stains from fabric requires prompt and careful action to prevent the stain from setting. It is essential to avoid using hot water or drying the fabric in a dryer, as this can cause the stain to set permanently.

After Death Checklist Ontario 2023

God’s Cleaning Crew has created a comprehensive checklist after a death in Ontario as a helpful tool for navigating the practical, emotional aspects of grief or loss.

What Does a Dead Body Smell Like?

The smell of a dead body can vary depending on the stage of decomposition, but is generally described as a strong and unpleasant odour that is difficult to ignore. The scent is often characterized as being sweet, putrid, rancid, or like that of rotting meat.

How to Talk to a Hoarder?

The struggle and pain of facing a hoarder. When talking to a hoarder, it is essential to be compassionate and non-judgmental, and to listen actively to their concerns. Encouraging them to seek help and offering to assist them in finding professional resources can also be beneficial.

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