Even though Little Egg Harbor is a 63 mile drive, it is still within our work territory and easily accessible off the Garden State Parkway. Over 20,000 residents are in a 47.368 sq. mile land area and have the benefit of over 25 sq. miles of water.
Little Egg derived its name from the many seagull eggs found in nests by Dutch sailors who frequented the area. One of the earliest European residents, Hendrick Jacobs Falkenberg purchased 800 acres from the Lenape Indians in 1674. Mr. Falkenberg was an interpreter for many years for the European settlers and the Lenape during land purchase negotiations.
If having your home cleaned and cared for by someone who truly cares about the sanctity of your home, maybe a meeting would be appropriate.
Traveling to Little Egg Harbor would be a pleasure for the right customer.
"I'll Clean Your Place As If It Were My Own"