Bad Boy Cleaners


Our Timeline

Revealing our legacy: Bad Boy Cleaners’ journey through time, marking milestones,
and evolutionary progress.


Bad Boy Cleaners has grown to employ almost 1,000 workers and services many of Malta's hotels, banks, offices, hospitals and homes. We also believe in the importance of Corporate Social Responsibility and have made it our mission in recent years to extend our services to society at Large, including Government housing, elderly homes and animal sanctuaries.

This period was marked by intense growth for the company. which, together with its sister company, was chosen to supply its services to many 7-star hotels, luxury homes of high-ranking individuals, luxury complexes and gated community homes in Libya.
Additionally, Bad Boy Cleaners won the bid for Malta's general hospital, Mater Dei, which we serviced for 14 years and, soon after, won a new bid to clean the Malta International Airport, which we still do today. The company was no stranger to this, having cleaned both the old and new airport in the past.
As the years flew by, the company grew to employ more individuals and began to expand into different fields of service. Throughout this decade, Bad Boy Cleaners moved its offices to Tax-Xbiex and expanded its operations there.
Throughout this decade, the company grew to employ well over 100 people. We also won the tender to service the old Malta airport in Luqa - the first large-scale project that Bad Boy Cleaners would undertake.
During this period, the company grew to employ over 60 workers. Bad Boy Cleaners was engaged to clean all bus stops, government departments, several churches and the Mdina Catacombs. During this time, we were also trusted to clean the premises of a number of large organisations, such as Malta Rubber, known as Trelleborg today, which we are happy to say we still service.
The first Bad Boy Cleaners' office space was officially opened in Valletta. It engaged 12 people, and instantly, the company began working with reputable organisations, such as Gasan Group, TVM offices and the rediffusion, among others.
Early 1960s
Emanuel Degiorgio and his wife moved to Canada in search of a better life. During their time there, Emanuel worked as a janitor. Upon their return to Malta, he witnessed a demand for cleaning and sanitisation services, and decided to start a company in his name. It is safe to say that Emanuel Degiorgio is the pioneer of Malta's cleaning and sanitisation industry.

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