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The 5 Benefits of a Commercial Cleaning Maintenance Contract

Posted by Hammond Knoll on Jun 14, 2018 8:09:00 AM

The importance of commercial cleaning is often underestimated.

Dirty office spaces can have a bigger impact on companies and their employees than most people realize.

A successful business has to consider not just the appearance of their building, but also how features like carpeting, rugs, tile, leather and upholstery can affect the health of employees and customers.

Remembering to schedule regular maintenance can be a hassle.

Entering into a contract with a commercial cleaning company you trust can eliminate the stress and ensure your building stays in tip-top shape.

Here’s how a commercial cleaning program maintenance contract can be a huge benefit for your business.

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1. Increase productivity

Nothing is more encouraging than an employer that is passionate about their own business.

Employees work harder when they know their workplace is cared for enough to be well-maintained. Nothing is more encouraging than an employer that is passionate about their own business.

On the other hand, a dirty office makes for an uncomfortable working environment, which puts a damper on employee motivation.

By hiring a professional commercial cleaning company, business owners are showing pride in their workplace environment.

2. Gain customers

Let's face it, appearances matter when it comes to attracting and keeping customers.

Even if your products or services are amazing, if the business looks or smells bad, customers will be deterred.

Keeping the office clean will lend visual appeal, encouraging customers to stay a little longer and spend more money while they’re there, and attracting new customers or clients.

3. Less employee sick time

Fevers, headaches and colds can all be a result of dirty, bacteria-filled surfaces in the workplace.

The result is more sick days for your employees.

Dust mites and many allergens get embedded deep into carpets, rugs, upholstery and tile, and the only way to get them really clean is with a commercial cleaning company.

4. Build a good reputation in the community

The appearance of an office or business say a lot to the members of a community.

Word of mouth advertising is one of the most effective forms of creating awareness about what you do and how you do it.

The continued cleanliness and appearance of a business speaks volumes about the quality of work or services done there.

It’s not just customers who will spread good – or bad – buzz about your business.

Other businesses will, too.

Entering into a commercial cleaning program maintenance contract ensures you’ll build a great reputation in your community.

5. Save Money

The bottom line is that it’s more cost effective to hire a professional commercial cleaning company.

You COULD try to do it yourself.

But be prepared to spend more time and money overall than if you’d just hired a trusted commercial cleaning company to do the job.

Many businesses opt to have one of their own employees do the cleaning.

The problem with this is that they generally don’t have the necessary expertise to do the job as well as it needs to be done.

Plus, you’ll have to pay them extra for the additional work.

When that added expense is factored in, the overall cost is much higher than the fee for a professional cleaning.

A clean office equals business success

A good reputation in your community, saving money and growing your customer base are all great reasons to consider a commercial cleaning maintenance contract.

You can be confident that your building and/or office will be well-cared for, and you won’t have the hassle of having to call and schedule it every time.

Call today to learn more about Hammond Knoll's Commercial Cleaning Program Maintenance Contract.

Can you see how entering into a cleaning program contract could take the stress and hassle out of the cleaning process for you?

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