At Nimbus Homes, we believe our customers deserve more. More reliability, more professionalism, and less stress.
You deserve the luxury of time. Time that can be spent playing with your loved ones, relaxing in your personal space, or planning your next great adventure. Let us take care of the chores.
Our crew will bring the industry's best cleaning practices to your home. Our professional cleaning standards are recognised: Nimbus is a NEA's Clean Mark Gold awardee.
Nimbus was founded in 2017 to change the perception of cleaning, and to make a difference by providing great service whilst providing good livelihoods to frontline workers. As a social enterprise, we are committed to recruiting and developing the most professional and service oriented workforce. Every Nimbus crew is WSQ certified, trained and equipped with the most effective tools in the market. We are proud to be recognised by the Tripartite Alliance for Fair & Progressive Employment Practices (TAFEP) for having exemplary standards in the management of our employees and in our hiring for diversity. Here are some of our achievements and recognitions to date:
We are more than another service provider. Our mission is to give dignity and create good job opportunities for people to empower and uplift them while transforming facility standards. When you use a Nimbus service, you are empowering our crew members in their pursuit of financial independence, to provide for their families, and seek a brighter future from difficult circumstances
We create pathways to meaningful employment for our cleaners through training, education and mentorship, while delivering high quality cleaning services to our Singapore customers. Here are some of the initiatives we are associated with:
Learn more about our founder's journey and featured stories here:
18 June 2023, Parents In Tech
How to Successfully Work with Your Spouse: A Couple's Guide to Work-Life Balance with Dan and Michelle
Daniel and Michelle are co-founders of Nimbus Group, a provider of corporate and residential cleaning services. They discuss working together, establishing a business, and raising their nine-year-old daughter, Camellia.
"So when I met Michelle and when we got married, I asked her to help me out with the business (sales). We were basically directly involved in the same KPIs because I was also the founder and CEO. This meant a lot of crossfire, as I had a lot of input on what she was doing. And that didn't go so well in the sense that because, couples, when you all work together, you get more sensitive over criticisms or feedback, etc."
13 Sep 2021, DollarsAndSense.sg
A Mission To Clean: How Daniel Thong, Co-Founder Of Nimbus Tackles The Cleaning Industry With A Purpose
There are many jobs out there that would make no difference to our quality of life and society if they were suddenly gone tomorrow, but just one day where frontline blue-collar workers do not perform their work (like the clearing of trash), the impact will be keenly felt. Yet, such essential jobs are often lowly paid, due to the rampant sourcing of cheap labour that takes place in the industry.
This is why I started Nimbus, to change the perception of cleaning, and to make a difference by giving good livelihoods to workers in this industry through good service and more efficient ways of performing the work.”
2 Dec 2018, Straits Times
Cleaning start-up makes it a point to pay higher wages: CEO
Mr Daniel Thong, 29, co-founder and chief executive of office-cleaning start-up Nimbus, readily admits that the services offered by his company "are definitely not the cheapest on the market".
But, as he shared at The Sunday Times Roundtable on wages in an age of disruption on Friday, this was the start-up's intention from the outset - to fix the "broken" cleaning industry by lifting wages for cleaners.
31 Dec 2016, Mothership
Almost Famous: Young S'porean entrepreneur goes from LSE/Oxford to freelance cleaning
"Why are you cleaning? You have a Master's degree. What are you doing??"
Having given up an offer for a cushy job in the UK at KPMG, after coming in first in an international case competition and graduating top in his academic programmes, Thong also readily admits how difficult it was telling his parents about his efforts to dive headlong into a start-up.