“The COVID pandemic has hit us hard,” Jason said. The Pembroke business owner was able to keep his company going with remote workers, but there was an undeniable impact on his overall business. Now that the doors are open again, he’s slowly starting to see things getting back to normal, but he’s still concerned about how much he’s spending.
“Let’s look at a line item like office cleaning,” he said. “Obviously the offices need to be cleaned. But how often does that need to happen? When we’re not seeing clients every day do I need the cleaners coming in everyday? What’s the best way to schedule commercial cleaning services for a small business?”
We’ve been providing commercial cleaning services in Pembroke and surrounding communities for over thirty years. In that time we’ve seen businesses go through a lot of changes for a variety of reasons. That’s why we’re committed to being flexible and responsive, adjusting our janitorial service offerings based on what the client needs at that particular time.
For example, during a slow period when you’re not having a lot of customers in your facility, a weekly office cleaning can be sufficient to keep your business appropriately safe and hygienic for the public and your staff. As business picks up, and you’re having more and more people in and out of the building, we can certainly assign a crew to come more often to maintain the high level of cleanliness you expect. We’ve found this is the most effective way to help businesses keep cleaning costs under control. Deep cleanings, carpet cleaning, upholstery cleaning and other special services are always available on an as-needed basis. This avoids any surprise charges at a time that’s bad for the budget.
Another way we help local business owners control cleaning costs is by not requiring any long term contracts. We pledge not to raise our prices for two years, to help business owners plan. It’s important to us that you have a clean, safe business facility. If you need help figuring out if you can afford it, give us a call. We’re here to help.