ABOUT H&B SERVICES
With over 35 years of experience, H&B Services is a trusted company serving residents and commercial clients through out Washington, D.C area. Our company provides a variety of cleaning services to satisfy our clients cleaning needs. As one of the best companies in the industry, H&B Services put our customers cleaning needs first.
We’re ready to make your place the cleanest it has ever been
A clean home is a happy one and a clean office is a productive one. By enlisting our services, you’re not only getting a new lease on your place, but you’re also removing potentially dangerous or allergy-inducing elements.
We love to maintain relationships with clients and become more than just a cleaning service. We want to be part of the routine that makes our life better, healthier, and cleaner. The more often we come by, the less work we have to do, and the more you save.
Dwight Deloatch Sr. founded H&B Services in 1965 with a mission to provide affordable and quality facility services to residential and commercial clients throughout Washington, D.C. area. After graduating R.L. Van high school in Ahoskie, North Carolina, Mr. Deloatch began to build H&B Services; focusing on the integrity, ethics, and diligence of our business operations. Under Mr. Deloatch leadership, H&B Services hired numerous District of Columbia residents, received So Others May Eat Center of Employment Employer of the Year award in 2019, and obtained the District of Columbia Certified Business Enterprise designation. On December 15th, 2018, Mr. Deloatch received H&B Services Founder award in appreciation of 50 years of service. Mr. Deloatch died in April 2020 leaving his legacy to his son.
Dwight Deloatch Jr
Dwight Sinclaire Deloatch is an American entrepreneur and investor. A graduate of Delaware State University, Deloatch inherited H&B Services, a facility maintenance company servicing commercial and government clients. Striving is to build on the generational legacy by providing full-time employment and benefits to vulnerable underemployed Washington, D.C. residents. As a Washingtonian, Deloatch plans to give back to the city that has delivered many resources for his success.