A clean office does a couple of things for a business; it provides a safe space for employees to conduct their work, it gives clients a great first impression, and, most importantly, it allows for more productivity. Work doesn’t get done in cluttered, unkempt spaces, and so to keep your business running smoothly, you hire what you think is a professional cleaning service.
What you don’t know is what your commercial cleaning crew isn’t doing when they pop in on nights and weekends. Discover 5 things your commercial cleaner doesn’t want you to know, as well as the steps you can take to make sure you get what you’re paying for.
1. Experience is lacking, but the price is great. You might feel like you’ve hit the jackpot with a cheap cleaning crew, but you could be missing out on quality service. Cleaning crews deemed “more affordable” tend to cut corners when they come in to do a job. They also tend to lack the experience needed to properly clean a commercial space. Most cleaning professionals don’t actually receive professional training.