At Radiant Cleaning Services Inc, we’ve crafted a cleaning process that’s thorough and effective, making sure homes in Jamaica Plain, MA are impeccably clean. Our team is well-trained in using modern tools and techniques to get every job done right. We start at the basics – dusting, vacuuming, and move to more detailed work like scrubbing tiles and hardwood floors to a shine. Each step of our process is refined to ensure your home looks and feels fresh.
We focus on the details. Doorknobs, light switches, and other often-touched surfaces are carefully sanitized, helping to keep your family healthy. We understand the importance of a clean home and aim to provide a service that keeps your living space in perfect condition. Our approach combines quality with precision to achieve the best results for your home.
We’re committed to consistency. Residents in Jamaica Plain, MA, and surrounding areas in Suffolk County can count on us to provide reliable and high-quality cleaning every time. We promise to leave your home spotless, giving you peace of mind and more free time to enjoy the things you love.
At Radiant Cleaning Services Inc, we use cleaning products that are as safe for your family as they are for the environment. In Jamaica Plain, MA, our commitment to eco-friendly cleaning is well-known. We select products that are powerful against dirt but gentle on the earth. This means no harmful chemicals in your home and a cleaner, safer living space for you and your loved ones.
Our green cleaning solutions are chosen for their effectiveness and their minimal environmental impact. We also focus on reducing waste in our cleaning processes. The tools we use, like cloths and mops, are made to be reusable and long-lasting, helping us to maintain our eco-friendly promise. It’s about doing our part to keep Suffolk County homes and the environment clean.
Choosing Radiant Cleaning Services Inc means choosing a healthier clean for your home. We’re always updating our methods and products to ensure we’re as green and efficient as possible. When we clean your home, we’re also preserving the quality of your indoor air and contributing to a healthier Jamaica Plain, MA.
At Radiant Cleaning Services Inc, we don’t believe in a one-size-fits-all approach. In Jamaica Plain, MA, we offer tailored cleaning plans that fit your needs. We start by listening to what you want and then creating a cleaning schedule that suits your lifestyle and preferences, whether a weekly tidy-up, a monthly deep clean, or something in between.
We offer flexible timings and accommodate any special requests you have. Our team is skilled in various cleaning techniques, ensuring that every nook and cranny of your home receives the attention it deserves. We’re here to ensure that your home cleaning is done your way without any stress or hassle.
With Radiant Cleaning Services Inc, you get a personalized cleaning experience that always promises satisfaction. We take pride in providing professional cleaning services that the residents of Jamaica Plain, MA trust and rely on. Call 508-361-4910 and let us take care of the cleaning so you can enjoy a spotless home without lifting a finger.
Shortly after the founding of Boston and Roxbury in 1630, William Heath’s family and three others settled on land just south of Parker Hill in what is now Jamaica Plain. In the next few years, William Curtis, John May and others set up farms nearby along Stony Brook, which flowed from south to north from Turtle Pond (in Hyde Park) to an outlet in the Charles River marshes in the current filled-in Fens area of Boston. John Polley followed with a farm which he purchased from Lt. Joshua Hewe in 1659 at the site of the present-day Soldier’s Monument at the intersection of South and Centre streets, closer to the “Great Pond”, later known as Jamaica Pond. Later, for services rendered during the Pequot War, Joseph Weld received a grant of 278 acres (1.1 km2) of land between South Street and Centre Street. His son John built a home along South Street in the area which is now the Arnold Arboretum. The Weld family continued to live in the area for many generations.
In the late 1650s, the name “Jamaica” first appears on maps for the area of Roxbury between Stony Brook and the Great Pond. There are a number of theories regarding the origin of the name “Jamaica Plain”. A well-known theory traces the origin to “Jamaica rum”, a reference to Jamaican cane sugar’s role in the Triangle Trade of sugar, rum, and slaves. There were taverns on the Road to Dedham in the vicinity of Jamaica Plain. Another explanation is that “Jamaica”, though a different letter “A” pronunciation, is an Anglicization of the name of Kuchamakin, brother of Chickatawbut, the deceased sachem (chief) of the Massachusett tribe, who ruled the tribe as regent to Chickataubut’s minor son, Josias Wampatuck. In 1655, the English navy took the island of Jamaica from the Spanish, so it is also possible the area was named to honor this recent British victory.
On some maps, until the mid-19th century, the area was marked as “Jamaica Plains”.Learn more about Jamaica Plain.