5 things to look for in a commercial cleaning company

With the large number of commercial cleaning companies out there, finding the right one for your business can be a daunting task. But it doesn’t have to be. These five tips can help you narrow the playing field and find the right cleaning business for your business.

Cheapest price isn’t always the best option

Cheaper can be good, unless it means cheaper quality as well. Look for a company that has proven quality under its belt, not just a smaller price tag.

What sort of quality control do they have in place?

You want a company that can provide quality, but how do you find that? Ask what kind of standards they enforce. Do they background check their employees? Do they routinely inspect their work? What sort of guarantees do they offer for their work?

What do other companies have to say about them?

Another great way to ensure quality work is to find out what other companies have to say about your cleaning company. What is their reputation? Ask for references. Look for testimonials. Remember, experienced companies can be great, but quality over quantity of years is better.

Can they provide all the services you need?

You have enough to think about with your business. The right cleaning company should help you simplify your life, not create more stress. Do yourself a favor and find a quality cleaning company that can meet all your needs in one. Dusting, disinfecting, vacuuming and floor care, and window cleaning are a few of the services to consider for your business.

Are their services flexible?

The company that’s right for you should work around your schedule and needs. Expect them to do a walk-through of your facility to customize a cleaning plan that fits your budget, schedule, and cleaning needs.

A clean facility shows a professional and organized business. Take the time to choose a cleaning company that can keep your facility looking great.


  1. Derek Dewitt says:

    My brother wants to hire a commercial cleaning company for the office but isn’t sure if it’s worth it. I like that you suggest asking other companies about their experience with the service to get an idea about their work ethic. I agree with you that quality of service is much more important than quantity of years. Thanks for the tips!


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