Everyone on our team is extensively trained in the art and science of green cleaning.
Hello there! I’m a local Austinite– born here, raised abroad and then back here for college and beyond. I’m passionate about all-things-eco-friendly, yoga, running, healthy eating, etc. I also firmly believe that a cup of jasmine tea makes everything better. I love working hard to make sure our clients received the best service possible and I love the process of continuous improvement.Learn about Amanda
Lauren is a native Austinite (no, really, they exist!) and is the Office Manager and HR Generalist at The Fig. She lives with her pup, Dr. Girlfriend, and three cats, Mr. Linus, Helena, and Boba Fett! When she’s not being the ringleader of her “circus/home” she enjoys Xbox time, playing various musical instruments, reading, and eating delicious cheeses.Learn about Lauren D.
Photographer, videographer, blogger, and veteran Figlette – Cara received her B.A. in Film and Digital Media from Baylor University and moved to Austin in 2013 in hot pursuit of a creative freelance career. Her favorite part of cleaning is vacuuming up ludicrous amounts of pet hair.Learn about Cara
Madelyn recently moved to Austin and is loving it! She brought her mini zoo with her – from a dog to a bearded dragon, she has it all and loves every minute of her time with them. Spending time with her friends and family is what takes up most of her free time, but with…Read MoreLearn about Madelyn
Lindsay has been getting down and dirty with dog hair since 1987, and is no stranger to making homes squeaky clean! She likes double-fisting tea and coffee while playing chess, taking long hikes with her fur children, and cozying up in her RV, Rhonda, with her fiancé. She’s relatively new to Austin, but is excited…Read MoreLearn about Lindsay
Lauren (right) moved to Austin in 2012 from “the Houston area”, and spent those first five years slingin’ barbecue at Ruby’s (RIP). While she misses the smell of brick-pit smoke in her hair, she’s happily getting used to the delightful peppermint and eucalyptus scents of the Fig. Her favorite vacuum is Saggitariutt Jefferspin.Learn about Lauren S.
Mattie used to pour espresso shots and help care for your pets, but she is no stranger to tidying up as it’s been a habit since she was a young’n. A native Texan, she lives with her partner, a little gremlin terrier mix Kipper, and 3 goldfish. She’s into rainbows, reading her weekly horoscope in…Read MoreLearn about Mattie
My name is Sabrina, i’m originally from California but super excited to have settled down with my husband and 7 animals (which include ferrets, cats, a dog and a tortoise) in the North Austin area. I love children’s illustration, sculpture, doll making and all things animal related. When i’m not gushing over an animal, drawing or…Read MoreLearn about Sabrina
It’s difficult to tell what toxins come from which household cleaning chemicals, so we would rather not use any of them. Especially when natural options can get the same job done. At The Purple Fig, we believe a cleaning service can be affordable, thorough, all-natural and treat employees fairly. All with the friendliness you would expect from a local Austin business.
We value our employees and foster a respectful work environment by sharing our profits. We are equally dedicated to serving our community. The Purple Fig Cleaning Company promotes environmentalism and localism and encourages the use of safe natural products. The following list highlights the core values that make up the heart and soul of The Purple Fig Cleaning Company.
We Strive to:
- Support the quality of life of our employees by offering them health insurance and fostering a respectful and cooperative work environment.
- Serve as a local and national model for a successful cleaning business that values its employees and the environment.
- Encourage employees to strive for excellence and offer our loyal clients low employee turnover rates.
- Promote environmentalism through the use of safe, natural products.
- Enrich the community by promoting localism and inspiring people to use products from small local businesses rather than national corporations.
- Educate and inspire the Austin community by serving as a model of a successful socially conscious “green” business.