What’s the difference between commercial cleaning and janitorial services? In short, the answer is frequency.
Janitorial services are provided daily, often while all of your other employees are still in the building. Janitors perform cleaning-related functions such as vacuuming, mopping, emptying trash bins, cleaning countertops, resupplying bathrooms, and so on. Janitors can respond to on-demand requests for service, such as calls to clean up a spill or to provide cleaning to specific work areas.
Commercial Cleaning Services
Commercial cleaning is something that typically is done while the building is empty of other employees. It usually involves more deep, intensive cleaning that can’t easily be done while other employees are present. That means in most cases commercial cleaners work either overnight, over the weekend, or both.
Another difference is that commercial cleaners sometimes don’t work every day. In fact, in some instances, commercial cleaners may service your property only a few times a week, once a week, once a month, or on an as-needed basis. Every case is different and depends on the cleaning requirements of the client.
All Bright Provides Both
All Bright Janitorial Services provides both janitorial and commercial cleaning services. If you need an on-site janitor to clean and service your workplace while other workers are present, we can provide superior services to keep your business clean and efficient. If you need overnight or weekend cleaning — or only occasional cleaning or service for special projects — All Bright Janitorial Services also has teams that can give you comprehensive, professional cleaning services based on your specific requirements.
Whatever the type of cleaning you need — whether daily, bi-weekly, weekly, monthly, or on-call — the experienced cleaning experts at All Bright Janitorial Services are ready and able to provide cleaning for retail, office, manufacturing, warehouse, food and beverage, and other types of commercial businesses.