Why You Should NEVER Be Your Own Janitorial Service

Why You Should NEVER Be Your Own Janitorial Service

New business owners need to keep expenses down wherever possible. Because there is so much overhead associated with launching a new business, cutting corners in places like office supplies, utilities, and even labor can mean the difference between profitability and disaster. But if there's one area where you should never cut corners it's commercial cleaning services. While it may be tempting to eliminate this line item when you are first starting out, it almost never works out the way new bus...

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Daily and Weekly Cleaning Tasks

Daily and Weekly Cleaning Tasks

When you hire All Bright Janitorial Services to clean your home or office, we will customize a cleaning protocol based on your specific needs. How this cleaning checklist looks will depend primarily on the frequency of your scheduled cleaning. If you own a busy retail business or office, you may require daily cleaning. But if you are simply bringing in our cleaning professionals to tidy up your home, you may only see us once a week or even once every two weeks. Commercial Cleaning Services...

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How Often Should You Schedule Commercial Cleaning?

How Often Should You Schedule Commercial Cleaning?

For most businesses, it makes sense to hire an outside commercial cleaning service to do their cleaning. Retail store employees need to focus on customers. Business office workers have their own jobs to do. People working in manufacturing facilities need to pay attention to what they are doing. Commercial cleaning companies have the expertise and experience to thoroughly clean a business. And they usually do it when the business's regular workers aren't there, so it's not only effective but a...

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Hiring a New Commercial Cleaning Contractor

Hiring a New Commercial Cleaning Contractor

If you are not satisfied with the job your current commercial cleaner is doing, you can often make a change even if you have a contract. Many commercial cleaning contracts include a clause that states that if the contractor fails to live up to the client's expectations, they can be released at any time. This type of boilerplate contractual element is there for the protection of the client so that they don't end up paying for sub-standard services. So if the company you use to clean your of...

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5 Things to Look for When Hiring a Janitorial Service

5 Things to Look for When Hiring a Janitorial Service

If you are starting a new business or own an existing business but aren't satisfied with your current janitorial service, it may be time to start looking around for a new commercial cleaning company. There are plenty of them out there. But they are not all created equal. When shopping around for a new janitorial service, here are five things to look for to make sure you get the best company available. Cleaning Services Boston -- Price and Pride The first thing most businesses look at wh...

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The Commercial Cleaning Services Boston Prefers

The Commercial Cleaning Services Boston Prefers

There are many different types of commercial cleaning services. There are the big, corporate companies with thousands of clients all over the country, or even all over the world. Then there are the small, storefront businesses that serve only a handful of accounts. But there's also a third option. All Bright Janitorial Services is the mid-sized commercial cleaning company with loyal customers throughout New England. Big corporations may not care about your business. And smaller companies may...

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The Difference Between Commercial and Residential Cleaning

The Difference Between Commercial and Residential Cleaning

If you have ever researched cleaning companies, you may have noticed that some specialize in residential cleaning while others mostly do commercial cleaning. Is there really that much of a difference between the two? Isn't cleaning just cleaning? The fact is that commercial cleaning and residential cleaning are significantly different. Cleaning a business, retail store, factory, or another type of business requires different skills, equipment, and supplies than simply cleaning a house or apar...

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It’s Time for Spring Cleaning!

It’s Time for Spring Cleaning!

In many parts of the country, it may not seem like it's springtime despite what the calendar says. This winter, New England has been hit by wave after wave or winter storms, clogging roads, chilling the air, and generally making life miserable for most people. There is no question: It's been a particularly rough winter in New England. But don't worry. It won't be long before the temperatures finally rise for good, the last remaining snow cover melts, and Spring finally comes to our region fo...

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Shouldn’t You Trust Your Cleaning Company?

Shouldn’t You Trust Your Cleaning Company?

For many businesses, cleaning companies are something you don't think about until something goes wrong. If your business is clean when you arrive in the morning, then everything is fine. But there's more to hiring a cleaning contractor than just having a clean office, retail store, or another type of business. When it comes down to it, businesses and cleaning companies have a relationship built on trust. Cleaning Services Boston -- A  Matter of Trust For many businesses, the cleaning c...

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3 Good Reasons to Fire Your Current Cleaning Contractor

3 Good Reasons to Fire Your Current Cleaning Contractor

If you currently use a cleaning contractor and are unhappy with the quality or professionalism of their service, you can legally fire them and replace them with a better, more reliable cleaning company. Even if you have a long-term contract with your current cleaners, you can get rid of them if they fail to provide services that meet your standards. Here are five things to look for when considering firing your current cleaning contractor. Commercial Cleaning Services Boston -- Bad Employee...

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