About CBS


We will focus on your cleaning requirements and develop a custom plan.

Corporate Building Services was founded in Chicago in 1954 and offers a high-quality janitorial service. Our excellent reputation has grown over the years and we expanded to Texas in 2002. Our dedicated staff includes hundreds of workers who provide thorough cleaning services for fine hotels, restaurants, schools, churches and food processing plants. They also clean event venues, hospitals, manufacturing facilities, warehouses, and other locations throughout Arizona and Texas.

Corporate Building Services is a family-owned business that is third in the generation and owned by women. Its headquarters are located in Dallas. We are proud to serve the DFW Metroplex, Austin San Antonio, Houston and Phoenix as well as their surrounding areas.

Our GBAC-certified team can help you design and implement a cleaning or disinfection program that suits your needs and budget. We can help our customers decide which options are best for them by staying current with industry trends. This allows you to make better decisions and keep your customers and employees safe. You can be sure that you are getting the best cleaning and disinfection service possible.

We have increased our services for disinfection to address the needs of our customers in response to the pandemic. Corporate Building Services provides disinfection services using foggers and electrostatic sprayers that use disinfectants from the EPA List N.

We can meet the demands of our customers by incorporating the most recent technology. Our quality control software allows us to monitor and evaluate our performance. The software provides metrics that allow customers to track and monitor our performance over time. This is a win-win situation that distinguishes us from our competitors.

Call us at (972) 576 7770 to get a free evaluation of your facility. Or, email us. CBS will evaluate your facility and give you a detailed, competitive estimate. We are looking forward to hearing from your.

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