Don’t Hire Residential Cleaners for Commercial Properties

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You probably wouldn’t try to take a pallet of lumber home from your local home improvement store in a Toyota Camry. You wouldn’t use a water cannon to clean your windows. And you wouldn’t use sheet metal press to cut a set of house keys.

So why would you hire commercial cleaners for your office, factory, warehouse, or industrial space? Commercial and residential cleaners are not the same. Commercial cleaners have the experience, versatility, and scheduling to handle any sized business, from the smallest privately owned store to massive warehouses and manufacturing facilities.

Commercial Cleaners

Generally, commercial cleaners have a lot more capacity than residential cleaners. In many instances, commercial cleaners offer specialized kills such as hazardous cleanup, commercial waste removal, and around-the-clock scheduling.

Residential cleaners are typically teams of two or three maids who come into a home and do some light cleaning, such as vacuuming and taking out the trash. Many won’t even clean windows. Commercial cleaners are much more versatile and usually won’t say no to any reasonable task.

Cleaning Your Business

If you have a small business, you may be tempted to hire residential cleaners to save a little money. Big mistake.

Hiring the wrong kind of cleaners may save you money in the short run, but it will probably harm your business in the long run. That’s because residential cleaners don’t have the skills or experience to keep your business in the condition it needs to be in to be safe, efficient, and appealing to your customers.

Residential cleaners also don’t usually work overnight hours. It can be hard to get them to come more than a few hours per week. So if you want your business cleaned right, you need to hire the kind of experienced commercial cleaners available from All Bright Janitorial Services.