For Mike Feldpausch, owner and president of Feldpausch Cleaning, it’s all about investing in his community.
“We’re a family-owned business,” he said. “I don’t pay franchise fees to a corporation in another state. All the money stays here. All the employees are right here, and I have a vested interest in the community.”
Mike launched his company in 2007 after leaving a career in sales at another cleaning and janitorial company.
“They were starting to lose a lot of the customers I was bringing in so I thought maybe I could do this better myself,” he said. “So I went out on my own.”
The company offers residential and commercial carpet cleaning, commercial janitorial services, and commercial kitchen and restaurant hood cleaning to homeowners and business owners in the Greater Lansing region. Feldpausch’s staff of 10 janitorial workers, carpet cleaners and kitchen cleaners work tirelessly to keep each customer happy and stay up to date on the latest certifications and trainings in the industry. The Feldpausch Cleaning kitchen cleaning staff has a special certification for how to safely and effectively clean a commercial kitchen vent so that it remains sanitary and working at its optimal level — which is not an accolade that everyone can claim. Feldpausch Cleaning moved to Delhi Township from Lansing last year. Mike is looking forward to growing his business in this thriving community.
Feldpausch Cleaning’s excellent technical service, attention to detail and top-notch communication have earned them the top ranking for local carpet cleaners on Home Advisor and Angie’s List. But what really sets Feldpausch apart from his competitors is his dedication to his community at large — especially families and agencies involved in the foster care system.
“Any carpet cleaning customer that is a foster or adoptive parent will receive a discount because I’m an adoptive parent myself,” he said. Earlier this year, Feldpausch and his wife finalized the adoption of their two sons.
“There’s a very large need for fostering and adopting and there aren’t as many people with the resources or patience to do it as there is a demand for it,” he said. “Serving this population through my business is my way of letting them know they’re not alone. There’s somebody in their corner that understands what they’re going through.”