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How Much to Pay for Commercial Cleaning Services

The appearance of your company’s office space is one of the very first impressions you make on your clients.  A clean and well put together office will show that the company means business, and that you are well organized down to the tiniest detail.  On the other hand, a cluttered and messy office space shows that your company is sloppy and has no class, and probably isn’t being run efficiently.  This is not what you want your best client thinking when he’s debating on whether to do business with you or your competitor, whose office is not even nearly as sloppy as yours.  If this sounds like your business, you might want to consider hiring a commercial cleaning service for your own company.  But what do they charge?

Well, prices in commercial cleaning service vary just like in any other business.  You have companies priced well out of reach, while you have others that are more economical, but which shouldn’t be trusted.  The key is to find a balance between what excellent service is, and how much you’re willing to pay for it.  Just like in any business, you have the most expensive services, which have the best equipment, best selection, or may or may not do the best job, but they have the highest price.  But you don’t want to always hire the cheapest company either, who may end up doing a poor job, and wasting your money.  You’ll want to find a balance between what is reasonable, and a job well done.

You will also have to work out the payment plan with each service you decide to hire, and the amount of days their going to work.  You may only need the service two days a week, or you may need the service two times a day.  Some cleaning companies only work during the day, while others may only work at night.  You will need to have a clear agreement on when the cleaning crew is going to work, exactly what they’re going to be cleaning, and how much you’ll be paying them.

Make sure to get everything worked out, and agreed upon, then make sure you get it in writing.  Once you have a contract, they are legally bound to their word and if they break it, you can find someone else.  This is also important if there is a stipulation in the payment; you can just turn back to your contract, and it will solve any dispute.  When finding a commercial cleaning crew for your business, make sure that you do not take this decision lightly, and find the best cleaning service to fit your business needs.

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