Monday, March 13, 2017
Why You Should Hire a Janitorial Service
So why would you spend the money on a janitorial service when you can have someone in-house do all your cleaning and maintenance? It's a good question that, when examined a bit, is fairly easy to answer.
If you're a business owner you probably already know that appearances are sometimes just as important as the quality of the work you provide. This is especially true if you have a business where customers are constantly in and out of your offices. The last thing you need is for a client to walk into your establishment and go right back out the door because of some foul odor or general untidiness.
Now, you can always have one of your employees take a day or two a week to vacuum, dust, take out the garbage, clean the windows, etc. And it may seem like a non-issue if you've got a huge staff on hand. But what if you're a small business with only a handful of employees? Can you really afford to take one employee away from their regular duties just to clean house? And if you think about it, a large staff probably means a larger workspace, which means a lot more time involved with cleaning. It's all relative. You're still taking someone away from the job they were hired to do.
Hiring a professional janitorial service to take the cleaning and maintenance off your hands may seem like it's a cost you can do without. But freeing up those one or two employees to do their actual jobs, the job of making you money, is actually saving you money in the long run. Plus, other than a superficial cleaning, what do your employees really know about professional grade cleaning services? It's one thing to mop up a spill or vacuum an area but what about the hidden messes, the deep stains, the areas that can accumulate bacteria and can cause mold or fungus? Odds are your employee isn't going to catch those areas.
What a professional janitorial service can offer you is knowledge and training. These companies have technicians who are trained in a number of different cleaning and maintenance areas. Many companies offer services for the inside and outside of your business, from cleaning bathrooms to landscaping, from changing filters and light bulbs to cleaning the windows of a high rise. These are the people who know not only how to get the stain up but to keep it from coming back. They understand disinfecting and how to keep mold and fungus from becoming a health risk to you and your employees. They've got the tools and they've got the experience.
So then, why would you spend the money on a janitorial service when you can have someone in-house do all your cleaning and maintenance? Simply put, janitorial services know the job better than you do. And while the technicians are cleaning and maintaining your establishment, your employees are doing what they were hired to do. Rather than dealing with cleanup, they are corresponding with clients, drawing up paperwork, networking, and basically moving the money making machine that is your company.
Article Source: http://EzineArticles.com/expert/John_Dannon/632699
Article Source: http://EzineArticles.com/4786889