Why Training Makes a Difference
When you are shopping around for a commercial cleaning company, take a moment to inquire about how their employees are trained.
We all know the basics of keeping a clean environment. But the tactics you use for casual cleaning at home cannot be duplicated in a professional setting. It’s not uncommon for someone to grab a mop and a bucket and call themselves a “cleaning company.”
Does your professional cleaner use the same dirty water to wring out their mop when cleaning your floors? Do they use the same cleaning cloth to clean the bathroom as the kitchen? Are they bonded, licensed and insured?
We’ve talked quite a bit about the importance of safety and how CleanSmart goes the extra mile to ensure that all employees follow OSHA regulations. However, our extensive industry experience affords us the advantage of knowing how to do our job in the most efficient manner possible while achieving maximum results.
We know not to use dirty water to mop a floor. Our equipment separates the used water from the fresh water.
Take the time to research your commercial cleaning company. Ask to see their equipment. Make sure they know current OSHA requirements. And don’t be afraid to ask for references.
For a free, customized quote from a professional cleaning company, call CleanSmart, LLC.