Guidelines For Hiring The Best Commercial Cleaning Service

All around the world, companies are making significant changes to improve the way they sanitize spaces. Because of this, a lot of new companies have sprung up to meet their needs. However, not all cleaning services are created equal. Here are a few important questions to ask.

1. Do you have experience cleaning buildings in my industry?

Each industry has its own cleaning needs, especially when customers seek services at the premises. For example, the cleaning protocol for a hospital or dentist’s office would differ drastically from a law firm or school.

2. How long has the business been in existence?

There is nothing wrong with working with a brand-new company. Even the newest companies can hire some of the most experienced workers. However, if you have a tight schedule and very little room for potential hiccups, it’s probably a good idea to work with more established companies.

3. How much will it cost to clean the building?

When you call a company to ask about its services, you likely also want to receive a quote. Experienced professionals usually have a trusted formula for determining at least a ballpark figure before visiting the space in person. Newer companies might insist on a physical inspection before giving an estimate.

4. Are you bonded, licensed, and insured?

Mistakes do happen. If they happen at your place of business, it will be easier to handle if the company is bonded, licensed, and insured. This ensures they have the legal and economic capacity to be held 100% responsible for mistakes made by workers.

5. What products do you use?

If you run an environmentally friendly company, the products used inside may be of some concern to you. Be sure to confirm ahead of time what products the company uses and whether they would be open to switching them to products you prefer. This could make or break your hiring decision.

Looking for experienced cleaners? Anchor World Services has served the Chicago area for more than a century. Contact us for a quote today.

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