If you’ve decided that a professional janitorial service is right for your business, you may still have some questions about  what to look for in a commercial cleaning company. There can be many factors in deciding which commercial cleaning company is right for you; some have greater impacts on your business and needs than others. If you’re looking to hire a janitorial company, these are some tips for making sure you hire the right company the first time.

4 Tips for Hiring the Right Janitorial Service

  1. Understand their Specialties Businesses may sometimes offer a long list of cleaning services. Unfortunately, that doesn’t mean they specialize in all of them. We offer a menu of commercial cleaning services ranging from construction cleaning to traditional janitorial services. We perform these services on a daily basis. It’s important to hire someone who is well versed in the services your need. You shouldn’t hire a company to clean your kitchen if they do not understand anything about food safety standards, for example. We just want to stress how important it is to understand the company’s level of expertise with whatever types of cleaning tasks you’re asking them to perform. 
  2. Read Customer Reviews Understanding who a company serves is more than just talking to a sales person. Take the time to read customer reviews and testimonials to get a true picture of what it’s like to work with that company. Additionally, you should be able to ask to speak to an existing client to get their feedback first hand. Reviews from actual customers are the best way to understand the mentality the company has with regards to getting the job done right.
  3. Ask About Insurance We cannot stress enough the importance of making sure that your commercial cleaning company is insured. In addition to making sure your property is protected, you need to be sure that your business is protected. We are fully licensed, bonded and insured to make sure that you do not have to worry about any legal or insurance issues when it comes to your cleaning service. Ask if the cleaning service your company is considering is insured ” and be sure to ask to see proof. Any company that is properly insured should not hesitate to show you their paperwork.
  4. Review Their Online Footprint Looking at a company’s online footprint can be a helpful way to understand what types of projects they’re actually working on. Just because a company offers a service doesn’t mean it’s one they provide regularly or have expertise in. Reviewing their website, business Facebook page and other online properties can help you understand what they’re actually doing and how they truly manage their customers. This is valuable insight into how a company actually operates on a day to day basis.

Your time and money is valuable. Rather than starting off with a commercial cleaning company that doesn’t quite meet your needs ” or even puts your business at greater risk by being uninsured ” be sure that you hire the right company the first time. These tips will help you ensure that the relationship you start with your commercial cleaning company is helpful and saves you time, money and headaches.

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