On-Demand Home Cleaning Services Firm SweepSouth Launches SweepSouth Connect in Kenya

Connect is rolling out across Nairobi City and currently has plumbers, electricians and handymen who are available in Dagoretti, Embakasi, Westlands, Kasarani, Njiru, Langata, CBD, Madaraka with new services and estates being added everyday.

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On-demand home cleaning services provider SweepSouth has announced the availability of SweepSouth Connect in Kenya.

The services connects customers to pre-vetted professionals for all their fixing and home maintenance needs. 

SweepSouth, which began in South Africa, expanded to Kenya at the beginning of 2020 and started by providing home cleaning services from vetted, experienced professionals.


Following their growth in Kenya, they added outdoor cleaning to their list of services in late 2021.

Now SweepSouth is introducing SweepSouth Connect so Kenyans don’t have to worry about that leaking pipe or a short circuit. They can simply find a professional through the SweepSouth Connect app. 

Towards the end of 2021, it acquired Egyptian start-up, Filkhedma. Filkhedma is Egypt’s leading home services marketplace operating across three regions on the continent and serving tens of thousands of customers with cleaning, maintenance, and beauty services.


Connect is rolling out across Nairobi City and currently has plumbers, electricians and handymen who are available in Dagoretti, Embakasi, Westlands, Kasarani, Njiru, Langata, CBD, Madaraka with new services and estates being added everyday. 

“This is an exciting step for SweepSouth in Kenya. We initially entered the market with home cleaning services but quickly saw a need for outdoor services as well, which we already had in South Africa. With the addition of SweepSouth Connect, we intend to provide reliable home maintenance services to all our customers, while still keeping our strict vetting procedures. This will ensure that all our clients are assured of the highest quality of service,” says Aisha Pandor, SweepSouth’s CEO and Co-founder.


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