It is a luxury that is worth the money.
For $130 every other week, the cleaning crew comes in and thoroughly cleans your 2600 square foot two story homes. Four bathrooms, four bedrooms, and everything in between. According to your husband, the best part of the decision to hire the cleaning crew is that they have made a major improvement in the master bathroom. They seem to have the methods and the best supplies to make the older shower and two long bathroom counters look better than ever. In fact, right after the cleaning crew has visited, it is easy to forget that you have been thinking that the whole master bathroom and bedroom needed to be remodeled.
A cleaning service can be not only a good feeling every couple of weeks, it can actually be an investment in your home, rental property, or business. Both residential property and commercial property can deteriorate quickly if it is not properly cared for. Wooden floors, carpeted areas, linoleum floors, and other surfaces can suffer if they are not carefully cleaned and cared for. Professional janitorial services or private home cleaning services can make sure that you are doing all that you can to protect your property investments.
Commercial Cleaning Services Provide a Way to Make Weekly or Monthly Investments in Your Property
How much money did you spend on your house? When you made the decision to purchase your home, how much time and energy did you spend making sure it was in the best position for your possession? In most cases, new property owners want to move into a location that is as new looking as possible. Why then, do you make decisions that decrease the look and value of your property by not maintaining it the way you should? Just as you wold rarely think of making roof repairs and other property improvements yourself, it rarely makes sense to have yourself or current employees be in charge of cleaning details.
The decision to hire a cleaning service for a private home can also make good sense. With expense kitchen countertops and pricey floor coverings, it is best to follow a regular and thorough cleaning schedule. Most people have good intentions for cleaning and maintaining their private homes, the busy schedules that we all keep often prevent this from happening. Families with young children and two working parents, for instance, can often find themselves with little time to complete even the most basic home cleaning jobs, let alone the deep cleaning that is needed for today’s high dollar surfaces.
Clean Homes and Work Places Provide a Healthy Setting for Family Members and Employees
Did you know that there are as many as 10 million bacteria on the average home desk? The average elevator button also harbors millions of germs. And given that the flu virus can exist on a surface for as long as 48 hours, it becomes increasingly apparent that uncleanliness can cost you money. Money in employees staying home from work. Money in missed wages when you have to be absent from work because you have picked up a germ your children brought home from school. Sick time is lost time and lost time is expensive. For many homeowners and business owners it makes more sense to invest in the sterile keeping of a property, rather than losing money from lost work hours.
In places like schools and hospitals, the necessity for cleanliness is essential. The decision to hire professional cleaning services in these situations is a given, but for some reason other agencies and businesses do not always put the same value in maintaining a clean environment. All business owners, and parents for that matter, should be equally concerned about the cleanliness of their properties and the health of their workers and family members.
Making the decision to invest in a cleaning service is a financial investment. Even having a crew come in to empty the trash and lightly clean, including vacuuming and dusting, in an extremely small office starts around $20 to $30 a visit. The prices increase, obviously, depending on office size, the number of restrooms, and the type and amount of cleaning requested. It is, however, money well spent.