Welcome to Clean-O-Rama's New Training and Information Website, CleanEasier.com


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Who is Clean-O-Rama?

The Clean-O-Rama company was founded in 1964 by Paul and Jeanette Sferes, and is now owned and operated by their sons Philip & Gregory Sferes. From it's beginning, Clean-O-Rama has expanded to become Northern New England's fastest growing full-line janitorial supply distributor. Clean-O-Rama concentrates on customer satisfaction. We feel this is achieved by:

  • Responding promptly to our customers needs
  • Creating a partnership with our clients
  • Promoting continuous improvement and continued training of our staff
  • Being innovative in our approach by standing out from the competition
  • Incorporating On-Site repair and scheduled PM maintenance

Clean-O-Rama consistently brings value to our customers by recommending the best products available.

Clean-O-Rama’s focus on the 21st century service to our customers, and the addition of  key people to our staff will insure that our customer service will be unequalled in Northern New England. Let our team work for you.

What is CleanEasier.com?

This new website was launched to give you, the customer, instant access to news and information about the newest products, machines and cleaning concepts. Here you will be able to sign up for the Clean-O-Rama Newsletter, view our training schedule and even sign up online for one of our free training seminars. You'll be able to view information from past seminars, download product information, get directions to Clean-O-Rama's new state of the art training facility and much more. This website will continue to grow over the coming year as technologies change.

We value your feedback! After all, CleanEasier.com was designed with you, the customer, in mind. If you have any comments or ideas on how we could improve our site please use our simple feedback form below. All messages will be read and responded to as necessary.