“Realistically, I thought, there was no reason we couldn’t keep the office clean ourselves,” Marni said. The office manager of a consulting firm near Stoughton laughed. “But it turns out to be so much drama about who’s going to vacuum and who’s going to take out the trash and long story short, that whole “Other duties as assigned” part of the job description goes right out the window when the toilets need cleaning.” Marni brought in a commercial cleaning service to eliminate the frustration and hassle of trying to get her staff to do it. Here are 3 more reasons it makes sense to outsource cleaning your business.
Professional Cleaners Do A Better Job Cleaning
“It really surprised me how badly some of my employees – who are extremely skilled and talented people in every other regard – handle basic cleaning tasks like vacuuming and wiping off countertops,” Marni explained. “I could go into the office immediately after they’d supposedly cleaned – and I heard the vacuum running! – and still it didn’t look like they’d done anything.”
“The Stoughton commercial cleaning service on the other hand takes care of everything. The office looks and smells clean. They dust, they wipe down the baseboards, the carpet looks better than it has in years.”
Your Employees Want to Do the Job You Hired Them To Do
“We had a big proposal and that was priority number one for everyone,” Marni said. “When I mentioned that the place could use a quick tidy, one of my best employees said “You really want me to put this critical business task to the side while I clean up? All right.” He was mad and we all knew it. That was a critical moment in leading me to get serious about hiring a commercial cleaning company.”
You Will Save Money
“Because the commercial cleaning company in Stoughton customizes their packages based on your business’ specific needs, it’s actually much more affordable than I realized,” Marni said. “But I am that person, so I ran the numbers just to be sure. When you add up my employees’ wages for the time they were cleaning, plus all the supplies, it actually turned out to be more affordable to bring in the pros!”