How Do You Know?
Online is probably where you find most of your resources.
Need a mechanic? You look online. A house inspector? Search the web.
Now how about finding a cleaning service for your business? It’s obvious that you’re going to find more than one company trying to convince you that their service is the best.
So what makes a good cleaning company? How do you know which one is the right one for you and the needs of your business? Ask questions. Don’t be afraid to contact the company and talk to them about their cleaning service.
What type of cleaning services do you provide?
Finding a company that can clean is great. Utilizing a company that can go above and beyond, offering a wide range of services is even better!
Your business can benefit by having one company do everything. When possible, try to find someone who can do general upkeep and repairs.
Find a company that can also grow with your business; this might include ongoing specials or seasonal cleaning alternatives like lawn maintenance. If you’re able to bundle services together, you could end up saving even more money.
How long have you been in business? Do you have references?
Hiring a professional cleaning company is exactly like hiring a professional for a position with your company. Commercial cleaning services with experience, expertise and references to confirm their work speak volumes about their professionalism and work ethic.
It’s also okay to ask for referrals from previous clients. This means that the cleaning company has dealt with your particular type of industry and ensures that the service provider can carry out whatever is required of them.
Are you insured?
This is a given.
Any professional cleaning service should have insurance in place just in case something happens. This covers you, the client, from any legal liability should there be an accident or mishap on your property. It is important to make sure that you’re covered and understand the terms.
Finding a professional cleaning company is as easy as asking the right questions and making sure that everything is in place. Contact a few places and discuss what it is your business requires; leave the rest to the professionals.