Injectors are getting a new name as a cleaner service provider for retailers and businesses.
The company is seeking a price bump of $5.99 per unit, according to Axios.
The price is higher than competitors that offer a similar service at the same price.
The new price is effective March 18.
The name change comes after Injectant, a New York-based company, announced its acquisition of an in-house cleaner, which is expected to bring its total to $3.8 billion.
“It’s a pretty significant price increase,” John Mascarenhas, president and CEO of Injectants, said in a statement.
Injectants is the only major in-store cleaning service in the U.S. that does not use a third-party company.
The services are offered at stores like Target, Walmart, Home Depot and Best Buy.
At the same time, the company is also adding a $2.99/month service for those looking to remove a large volume of debris.
The service will include a small metal bucket and an aerosol dispenser.
The new price also comes on the heels of Injectionant’s acquisition of a major cleaning company called Bump, which it acquired for $3 billion in May.
Bump is a nationwide company that provides a large variety of cleaning services to both residential and commercial properties.