WHAT AFFECTS THE COST OF CLEANING YOUR BUILDING
FACILITY USAGE AND THE NEWNESS OF YOUR BUILDING
Obviously the usage of your building is important when finding the proper production rates to maintain your desired level of cleanliness. Work production trashing, warehouse dust and dirt, medical biohazard and detailed cleaning of exam rooms, all of these contribute to added time when cleaning a facility.
The newness of your building is ignored by cleaning companies. New buildings have a higher cleaning production rate because of today's higher building standards. Also, it is just easier to keep new carpet, new walls, and new hard floor clean. If you have an expert pricing your building, they will charge less (not more) for a new building.
NUMBER OF PEOPLE WORKING AND NUMBER OF VISITORS PER DAY
People coming and going in your building bring in dirt and dust. The amount of time to clean your building is increased by the amount of workers and visitors to your building. There are ways to help with dirt and dust transfer. Ask our cleaning experts.
FLOORS AND HOW THEY EFFECT YOUR CLEANING RATE
Hard floor area can be cleaned better and quicker than ever before with new technologies, but carpet sill takes less time to maintain in most instances. VCT Tile still needs wax to look presentable, preventing surface damage form microscopic dirt particles.
FREQUENCY OF SERVICE AND HOW DAY PORTERS EFFECT YOUR COSTS
This seems obvious. If someone visits your facility 3 times a week, it will probably cost less than someone who needs 7 day a week service.
What is not obvious is that by being creative, you can save yourself a lot of money and still maintain your desired cleanliness level.
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These are all ways that our clients have saved big, without sacrificing cleanliness. Ask us and we may be able to suggest a number of specialized specs or simple purchases that will save you thousands of dollars.
OTHER MISC. ITEMS
Other things that may effect your cleaning production rate are:
Multiple Floored Buildings
Special Specifications (i.e. Cleaning the refrigerator of dishes)
Special Areas to Clean (i.e. Locker rooms or showers)
Elevators, Escalators and staircases
Special Facility Usage (i.e. Medical operating rooms)