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Hiring a Company to Clean Your Office

Are you in charge of a very large office? If this is the case, you will need to make sure that it is always spotless. Allowing your office to get dirty will certainly not impress any of your clients or other important guests that you have. Therefore, in order to maintain the office clean and improve productivity, you will need to seek out a company that cleans offices professionally. There are certainly many companies in this line of work. However, you should never make the mistake of thinking that all of these companies will do basically the same quality of cleaning in your office. This is simply not the case. The level of care that these companies take in their work will vary drastically from one company to the next. This is why you should never hire the first company that you find that cleans offices. You should do much more research than that. Here are a few of the most critical details that you will need to take into consideration.

1. How long has the company been cleaning offices?

It is essential that you hire a company that knows what they are doing. This means that the company should have at least four years of experience cleaning offices. This is the only way you can really be sure that you will get a high level of cleaning without any damage being done to your office. Look at the websites of the various office cleaning companies that you find online. They should give you info about each company including how long they have been in business. Do not hire a company that recently started up just because their rates are a little cheaper. You get what you pay for. Therefore, paying less to have a company clean your office will be a big mistake. Paying a little more to have an experienced company make your office look outstanding is what you need to do.

2. Does the company have a good rating with the Better Business Bureau (BBB)?

You should always check to see what the BBB has to say about a company before you allow them to start cleaning your office. Millions of people depend on the BBB to give them info about a wide variety of companies. You should obviously avoid any company that has a very low rating. This is a sign that the company has done very bad work and disappointed many of their customers. A low BBB rating could also indicate that the company has been sued many times and perhaps even had their business license suspended. Only hire a company to clean your office if they have been rated highly by the BBB.

3. Does the company have the proper insurance coverage?

Accidents happen all of the time in the cleaning industry. These things happen to even the best companies. People who work for a cleaning company will occasionally break something in the office where they are working. This is why it is so important for you to make sure that all of the people cleaning your office are properly insured. The insurance will cover any damage that might happen while your office is in the process of being cleaned. Ask to see the cleaning company’s proof of insurance to make sure their coverage is current and valid.

4. Do the cleaning company’s previous clients have good things to say about them?

It is always a good idea to get in touch with some of the companies that have hired the cleaning company in the past so you can hear their comments on the quality of work they received. You might learn some very useful info during these calls that will either convince you to hire the company or go in a different direction. You might also want to read some online reviews of any cleaning company you are thinking about hiring.

5. Will the cleaning company give you a discount if you agree to hire them for an extended period of time?

It is common in the cleaning industry for companies to give their clients discounts if they enter into a long-term agreement. You would be wise to seek out a company that is willing to give you this type of discount.

A post by Kidal D. (3371 Posts)

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