Tuesday, November 17, 2009

Effective Cleaning in Maryland

6 Keys to More Effective Cleaning

By: Steve Hanson
Sometimes custodial workers are in such a hurry to get the job done that they're not cleaning properly, or they're working too hard to get things cleaned. That's because they're not letting the tools and chemicals they're using do most of the work. Below are 6 keys to Maryland residential and commercial cleaning more effectively, without wasting more time or energy in the process.

1. Taking advantage of time. Many cleaning chemicals need time to work, so if you just spray and wipe, the area may not be properly cleaned or disinfected. Read the directions on the label to see if the chemical needs dwell time in order to kill germs or loosen soil so you can more easily remove it from the surfact you're cleaning.

2. Using the wrong chemical for the job. If you have greasy build-up on a stovetop, using an all-purpose cleaner may be the wrong choice because you'll have to work much harder to get it clean. Choosing a degreaser or citrus cleaner that can break through the grease is a much better solution.

3. Agitation. Sometimes just spraying and wiping won't get the job done properly. You may need a little more "elbow grease", or you may need better equipment to clean more effectively. If you have a ceramic tile floor with dirty grout, you'd be better off using a slow speed floor machine with a good cleaning chemical and a nylo-grit brush in order to agitate the soil so it can be more easily removed. This is much more effective than trying to do it by hand with a grout brush.

4. Temperature. Some cleaning chemicals work best with hot water, and some work best in cool water. Be sure to read the directions to find out what water temperature you should be using when diluting the cleaning chemical.

5. Ventilation. When cleaning floors or carpets, ventilation is important to make sure the surfaces dry quickly. If floor surfaces are allowed to stay damp, you could be creating additional problems like growth of mold and mildew.

6. Soil removal. Some cleaning tools like feather dusters don't remove soil, they just spread it around. Likewise, using vacuum cleaners without sealed bags or Hepa filters can spread soil that was just vacuumed up out into the air again. So removing soil is key to cleaning more effectively.

Think about the tools and procedures you use to clean. Is there equipment that you can use to make the job easier and more efficient? Are you using the cleaning chemicals according to the directions on the label? If not, consider the above tips and start cleaning more effectively.

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Commercial Cleaning in Maryland

Commercial Building Maintenance LLC
carpet cleaning, janitor service,
25628 Ridge Rd, Damascus Md 20872
Phone: 301-482-2122

Wednesday, September 23, 2009

Commercial Cleaning Services - What Do You Want to Clean?

Outsourcing your cleaning

What parts of your facility need cleaning?
It's not widely known that you can hire a janitor service to do only the parts of your facilities cleaning that would be best outsourced. Sometimes it can be less expensive to have your employees clean parts of your facility and hiring an outside cleaning service to do what your people can't do as cheaply or efficiently.

A good commercial cleaning service can help you keep your office or building space looking polished and professional, leaving you to concentrate on the most important things, like running your business. One of your first questions for any service should be what services they provide.

Medium to large scale companies can usually offer the widest range of products and customization. The following is a run-down of typically available services.

Routine Office Cleaning

Depending on how large your building is and how much your businesses traffic sees each day, you can arrange services on a daily, weekly, or monthly basis. In order to preserve good hygiene and a professional appearance, the areas that need frequent routine cleaning include restrooms and door knobs and handles that get a lot of use regularly.

Similarly, telephones and light switches need the dame constant care. These need to be both washed and disinfected often to keep germ populations to a minimum. A commercial provider can easily handle this as well as things like trash and recycling removal, floor cleaning, and general dusting of all shelves and office furniture. Another crucial area is the kitchen and lounge room.

Your company can keep these spaces scrubbed and sterile, making it a safe place for employees to eat and rest. Then of course, there are the routine things that you dont think about much but are truly necessary to keeping your office looking and feeling its best. Your commercial service can perform these things like clearing the baseboards and light fixtures, wiping down the blinds, and dusting out the air conditioning vents.

Window Washing

While this is also a task that needs to be done routinely, keeping both the inside and outside windows clean can be challenging depending on the size of your building and the location of the windows. A good commercial company will design a plan to get all of your glass surfaces clean on a regular basis and many can even take care of the maintenance of your screens and awnings.

Carpet Cleaning

If you have any significant amount of carpeted space in your office building, it is going to need to be cleaned regularly, not just vacuumed. Many offer carpet cleaning on a monthly or bi-monthly schedule.

This typically includes the use of professional machines and eco-friendly chemicals that will pull out ugly stains and remove any unpleasant smells. Before signing on with the carpet cleaning contract, it would be smart to ask if the chemicals used by the company are hypoallergenic and non-toxic.

Other Floor Services

If you have anything but carpet in your office, it too will require regular care and maintenance. A commercial service can generally handle stripping and waxing surfaces like tile, stone, hardwood, and linoleum. Some may be able to tackle more specialized care if needed.

After Construction Cleanup

One final service that cleaning companies can offer your business is help in getting your office back to normal after any remodeling or repairs take place. Specifically, this can include removing all the dust and dirt built up during the construction as well as general cleaning of all affected surfaces.

Each company will offer other services not mentioned here and selecting the right cleaning firm will be a matter of finding the one that offers all the services your office requires. The key is to understand your office needs first!

Source of this article: http://www.atlantaofficecleaners.com/ in Atlanta GA work hard to meet all of your building maintenance facility needs.

Commercial Cleaning in Maryland

Commercial Building Maintenance LLC
carpet cleaning, janitor service,
25628 Ridge Rd, Damascus Md 20872
Phone: 301-482-2122

Saturday, September 12, 2009

Keep Your Facilities Spotless Today

Keeping your facilities spotless can be a difficult task in any environment. However, for a large company or office, it can be one of the worst tasks ever. Not only do you need to clean your offices, but you need to clean client area, restrooms and more. Commercial cleaning can be one of your companies most expensive services to bid out as well. Luckily, there are a couple things that you can do to reduce the cost of your cleaning.

One of the easiest things that you can do to reduce the cost of cleaning is to do some cleaning yourself. This could mean that you vacuum your own office, or take your trash to a central location. Whatever you do yourself, the less that you have to have a commercial cleaning service do. Sadly, for many offices this simply is not an option. In this case, you would then need to bid on the cleaning services from an outsourced company.

Finding a company that will help you with cleaning your offices can be difficult. Many smaller cleaning companies would rather do small home cleanings or certain types of offices. You should try your local yellow pages, ask fellow business owners or look online for local cleaning companies. Depending upon the size of your office, it may be worth asking a large custodial company to come in and take on the responsibility of cleaning your office. This can be rather expensive, especially if you have them clean a small location.

Another idea that you can try is to hire janitors who work at lower wages. Due to the economy, there are so many people who are out of a job right now. Luckily, many of them are excellent at cleaning at their homes and could bring their skills to your office. For a few hours a week at minimum wage, they may do an alright job for a small office. However, for any company that has an office that is larger than ten employees, you truly should consider bringing in a commercial cleaning service. Not only are you getting experienced cleaning staff, but they are very well trained. Another benefit of dealing with a cleaning service is that they have excellent biding abilities. They are able to undercut each other, giving you the best possible deal at the end of the day. There are a few things that you need to be on the lookout for. The first thing you must make sure you avoid is dealing with companies that have bad track records. Ask for a list of their customers and contact them to make sure they are happy with their cleaners services.

Restaurant Cleaning Outsourcing

Finding a commercial cleaning company that will clean your offices can seem impossible. However, if you check out the company before they bid for the job, you can save yourself a large amount of time. Do not think that cleaning comes cheap, many people charge a large amount of money, but they will do a great job at keeping your facilities clean.

Commercial Cleaning in Maryland

Commercial Building Maintenance LLC
carpet cleaning, janitor service,
25628 Ridge Rd, Damascus Md 20872
Phone: 301-482-2122

Sunday, August 30, 2009

Outsourced Order Management Among Other Tasks

Stellar Restaurant Solutions Wins Outsourced Order Management Contract with Borriello Brothers Pizza Chain

Colorado restaurant chain to centralize pizza phone orders and payment processing by outsourcing to Stellar Restaurant Solutions.

Colorado Springs, CO, April 02, 2008 --(PR.com)-- Stellar Restaurant Solutions, a leading provider of call center and online restaurant ordering services, today announced that they have signed a contract with Borriello Brothers, a New York style pizza chain in Colorado.

Under the terms of the outsourced restaurant ordering agreement, Stellar Restaurant Solutions will centrally manage phone orders and credit card payments for the pizza chain, allowing Borriello Brothers staff to focus on in-store food preparation and service.

The implementation of the pizza phone ordering service will also allow Borriello Brothers to merge their separate store phone numbers into one single contact number 719 884 2020 that can be used in all their advertising and promotions.

According to Rob Raia, owner of Borriello Brothers, “the specialized call center agents at Stellar Restaurant Solutions are like an extension of our business. They provide our customers with a high level of service on every single phone call and are trained to identify appropriate cross sell and up sell opportunities. This allows our in-store staff to just focus on face to face customer interactions and the preparation of our traditional New York style pizzas.”

Borriello Brothers chose Stellar Restaurant Solutions due to their restaurant ordering and management experience and their demonstrated expertise in managing complex call centre operations.

“The cost escalations in the pizza segment have been devastating over the past year. Increases from food to labor have taken their toll on this industry. Stellar Restaurant Solutions offers a way to improve sales and reduce costs at the same time,” said Steve Bigari, Chief Executive Officer of Stellar Restaurant Solutions.

The service will be operated from Stellar Restaurant Solutions’ dedicated restaurant ordering call center located in Colorado Springs, CO.

Commercial Cleaning in Maryland

Commercial Building Maintenance LLC
carpet cleaning, janitor service,
25628 Ridge Rd, Damascus Md 20872
Phone: 301-482-2122

Fast Food Restaurant Outsourcing Drive Through Order Taking

Fast-food restaurants begin outsourcing drive-through order-taking
By Jen Aronoff

McClatchy Newspapers (www.mctdirect.com)

McClatchy Newspapers (MCT) - That crackling voice taking your order at a fast food drive-through may come from a lot farther away than the restaurant: Try Texas, or even overseas.

San Diego-based Jack in the Box has tested outsourced drive-through order-taking since mid-2008 at seven of its 30 Charlotte, N.C.-area restaurants. Spokeswoman Kathleen Anthony declined to specify the locations, though workers at the Cotswold restaurant in Charlotte recently said it uses the system.

The technology is intended to improve speed, accuracy and service, freeing up restaurant employees to process orders, accept payment and address other needs, Anthony said. The chain has not reduced staffing as a result of the remote order-taking, and the restaurants can turn the system on and off as they wish, she said.

Still, it's piqued curiosity among local customers who have encountered heavy accents with order-takers, then rounded the bend to find different people handing them food.

"I had noticed it (several months ago), but I just thought the person taking the order was somewhere else in the store where we couldn't see them," said Elizabeth Banks, a Charlotte teacher and mother of three who takes her 15-year-old daughter and her daughter's friends to Jack in the Box for Oreo milkshakes most Friday afternoons. "It never occurred to me they might be out of the country."

At one point the girls asked the order-taker, "Where are you?" There was a pause, Banks recalled. Then, the person on the other end said, "Texas."

"I really don't think that's where they were," Banks said.

The Jack in the Box test orders are routed to a Texas call center operated by Bronco Communications, a company specializing in fast food order-taking, Anthony said. Some may be routed outside the U.S., she said, but she wouldn't specify where.

Companies began trying remote ordering in 2005. As with outsourcing in other industries, technological advances _ namely high-speed Internet _ made it possible. When customers pull up to the menu, a call center worker takes the order on a computer. The order pops up on a screen inside the restaurant.

Even where people have grown accustomed to seeing bank and computer questions directed overseas, international order-taking is rare in the realm of cheeseburger combos and large Cokes, said Sherri Daye Scott, editor of QSR Magazine, dedicated to the quick-service restaurant industry.

A greater number of restaurants, including McDonald's and Wendy's franchisees, have tried centralized order-takers within the United States. None has introduced the technology nationally, in part because they've found it difficult to prove it saves money, Scott said. The parent company of Hardee's has conducted a limited test, too.

Other chains said they have not tried it and don't plan to at this point, including Burger King and Taco Bell, spokespersons for both said.

The technology has the potential to eliminate language barriers between Spanish-speaking employees and English-speaking customers, said Kate Mosteller, marketing director of Massachusetts-based Exit 41, which focuses on off-site order taking. Yet time zones and regional dialects can also present hurdles.

"You want someone who's friendly and articulate and who can understand ... different nuances," Mosteller said. "(Otherwise) you're going to know you're (being routed) somewhere else, and that's exactly what you don't want to do."

Jack in the Box's Anthony declined to discuss the results of the Charlotte trial, noting that the company doesn't speak in depth about its tests. "It is something we're testing, not something we're necessarily committed to at this point," she said.

Though the local run is wrapping up soon, Jack in the Box will continue to try the approach in other markets "here and there," Anthony said.

Customers such as Banks say the system can sound a bit distant: After all, fast-food order takers aren't always the easiest to hear even when they're around the corner, let alone around the world. But it hasn't posed any other issues, and the speakers are very polite. Then again, Banks said, that was the case with the old method, too.

"It would be nice to understand what the rationale was behind (the change)," she said. "It seems like an awful lot of trouble."

Even so, she noted, it hasn't bothered her family so much that they've stopped visiting for milkshakes. "We just kind of laugh about it when we go through there: 'Oh, there's a guy in 'Texas' again.' "


When I pulled into the Cotswold Jack in the Box drive-through on a recent evening, I was greeted by a woman's voice that sounded chipper and hyper-polite, yet slightly far away and delayed, with an accent that seemed Indian. She politely took my order for a combo meal, which I ordered by number to speed the process.

As she repeated the order before sending me on my way, something seemed off; I looked up at the screen and realized she'd typed in the wrong meal by one number. I pointed out the error and she quickly corrected it; anyone can mishear a fast food order, whether on the other side of the building or the world. Then, she thanked me and wished me a good night. No "please pull around," though.

Once I arrived at the window, I asked the cashier if the restaurant had outsourced its order-taking, and she said it had. But the cashier was also wearing a headset. I was confused, but she explained that employees in the restaurant can still hear the orders; they just don't take them. Sure enough, as I waited for my food, I heard other customers' voices piped into the food preparation area.

But, I asked, if that's the case, why not just take the orders at the restaurant? The cashier didn't know. Maybe, she speculated, the company just wanted to create some more jobs.

For the record, my food arrived smoothly, just as it had at the two other, non-outsourced Jack in the Box drive-throughs I visited. But the customer experience was definitely stranger _ by thousands of miles.

_ Jen Aronoff

© 2009, The Charlotte Observer (Charlotte, N.C.)


Restaurants are outsourcing non cooking tasks to improve efficiency. Kitchen staff performs better when they are being asked to cook and cook only. Cutting edge restaurant managers seeking to produce a better product with motivated employees are finding ways to motivate those employees with something other than salary increases.

Non cooking related tasks are being increasingly outsourced to keep the kitchen cooking, not taking orders or menial tasks such as cleaning.

Facilities Maintenance in Maryland

Commercial Building Maintenance LLC
carpet cleaning, janitor service,
25628 Ridge Rd, Damascus Md 20872
Phone: 301-482-2122

Friday, August 28, 2009

Restaurant Cleaning Outsourced

An Amazing Service for Any Restaurant

Cleaning is something that many people hate doing. It involves rolling up your sleeves and picking up dirty and diseased trash. You have to scrub down toilets that look like they have been in horror movies. Worst of all, you have to spend your time dealing with problems that can be outsourced to another company. This company will make sure that all your worries about keeping your restaurant clean are put to rest. For any sensible restaurant owner, restaurant cleaning outsourcing is the smart choice.

New York Restaurant outsources cleaning to Janitor Service

One of the most common areas of your restaurant that you will have dozens of customers in is your dining room. Customers come in, enjoy their meals and leave. However, the dirt, grime, and disease that they bring does not leave quite that easily. Many restaurant owners are surprised when they see how much of a mess that their dining room is in after it has not been cleaned for two to three days. They will then bring in a janitor or clean the entire dining room by themselves. This can take a few hours. You do not want to have to spend this time after you have already been working all day. Luckily, you do not have to spend your valuable time cleaning up other people's messes. Instead, you can spend your time on your restaurants food quality, and customer service. Hiring a professional janitorial service for your restaurant cleaning outsourcing is the smartest decision that you can make about your business.

Another common problem area of homes, businesses, and restaurants is the rest room. Many of your customers are going to want to wash up before they have a meal. However, after a few dozen customers use your rest room facilities, they can start to look pretty bad. Now imagine the results at the end of the day. Luckily, a professional cleaning crew can make sure that your rest rooms will look spotless by the next morning. They will pick up any paper towel on the ground, remove the trash from the trash can, clean the toilets, wash down the sinks, mop the floor and even put in new rolls of toilet paper. Now if a restaurant owner decided that he or she would do all of this, it could take them the better part of an hour of their very valuable time. However, this service is included in the very tiny fee that you would pay to a professional cleaning service.

Restaurant cleaning outsourcing is one of the best things that can be done for a restaurant. Not only will it help the restaurant's employees spend more time on food, but it reduces your time cleaning. You do not have to roll up your sleeves and clean your own business! Instead, you spend your valuable time helping your customers and ensuring that only the highest quality food is served to them. Now would you really rather be scrubbing a toilet rather than watching your customers reaction to a well cooked meal? I don't think so!

Commercial Cleaning in Maryland

Commercial Building Maintenance LLC
carpet cleaning, janitor service,
25628 Ridge Rd, Damascus Md 20872
Phone: 301-482-2122

Friday, August 21, 2009

What makes a janitorial service different?

What makes a janitorial service different?

Janitorial services seem similar but they are separated by; powerful management tools, efficient cleaning solutions, years of experience, number of buildings with commercial cleaning and maintenance services, efficiency of cleaning, eco-friendly chemicals; chemical mixing centers; vacuum filtration systems; light weight, maneuverable equipment; and ongoing equipment investment , experience in multiple commercial, institutional, high tech and retail industries, best; lowest cost commercial cleaning service supplies and equipment ; stringent hiring and selection processes; company values, competitive compensation, performance-based recognition, extensive training, and advancement opportunities result in greater service and longer customer relationships, regional coverage and experience in many, commercial and institutional to high tech and retail industries.

Environmentally friendly cleaning programs, supplies and equipment are the best commercial cleaning and maintenance service systems at the lowest cost and are the best measure of a commercial cleaning service. Commercial buildings and maintenance systems must facilitate communication, increase worker productivity, and integrate processes that are accessible 24/7, 365 days per year.

The Operations Department administers all functions and makes it easy to outsource commercial buildings cleaning and maintenance.

The Director of Operations is responsible for the outcomes of daily cleaning and maintenance services and has authority to do whatever it takes to satisfy the client’s needs.
The Director of Operations can be reached 7 days a week and visits sites several times every week.

Operations Managers are responsible for nighttime building inspections and
on-site training.

On-Site Supervisors are responsible for customer
accounts and provide detailed reports to Operations Managers, updating cleaning,
maintenance and safety reports to regularly ensure customer accounts are
maintained to written specifications. Supervisors can make corrections on the
site but changes must report changes to the Operations Managers and the Director
of Operations.

A reputation of working hard; high performance and one of integrity is required for commercial buildings cleaning and maintenance teams to get the project done on time. Focus on what customers’ need…reliable building cleaning and maintenance solutions.
While it is important to understand each facility’s environment has different needs, so is listening carefully to get the specifications and requirements right at every job site.

Buyers can choose low priced, cheap cleaning and maintenance solutions but…“cheap is expensive”… when cleaning and maintenance projects are not executed properly and have to be redone. Skilled employees who want long careers are required. All employees should work in safe environments working conditions and long careers. There are no safety shortcuts.

Care of building and residential facilities cleaning and maintenance services should almost never go to the lowest bidder…a commercial and residential facilities cleaning and maintenance services partnership should recognize the value every business facility and home can receive.

Commercial Building Maintenance uses strict quality control procedures and inspections at scores of locations supported by liability, property, casualty and surety insurance. Commercial Building Maintenance commercial cleaning services are driven by quality management systems. It’s more than mopping floors; janitorial services consider environmental concerns and new technologies combining technology with years of experience. This cleaning and maintenance experience can provide a range of custom solutions based on each facilities needs across a multiplicity of locations.

Facilities cleaning and maintenance work goes on at multiple sites, 24/7, 365-days a year. If multiple services are needed in multiple regions – we’ll provide across-the-board expertise for commercial cleaning and maintenance services and the related services needed in local, regional or national contract Contracts should explain what to expect from Commercial Buildings Maintenance services and include pricing based on specifications , requirements and expectations; eliminating costs wherever possible.

The quality and value added benefits of commercial cleaning and maintenance service include a range of services; green cleaning; customized planning, technical services, advanced safety and training programs; leadership and manpower - employees who are exquisitely trained - wear distinctive uniforms - use green cleaning products and equipment to do each job right. The quality of ALL work is reinforced through inspections, detailed record keeping, and reporting.What are examples of Commercial Building Cleaning and Maintenance Services

Commercial Cleaning in Maryland

Commercial Building Maintenance LLC
carpet cleaning, janitor service,
25628 Ridge Rd, Damascus Md 20872
Phone: 301-482-2122

Tuesday, August 18, 2009

Why Restaurants Would Outsource Cleaning

Why hire outside commercial cleaning in your restaurant?

Customers will know the difference.

Before ever sitting down to eat, let alone being served, diners take in their surroundings when they walk into a restaurant. It could be their first visit or their hundredth, they could be aiming for a nice family dinner or quick, satisfying bite while traveling; regardless, beyond the décor, these guests will notice something far more important: the cleanliness.

Cleanliness can make or break the reputation of the restaurant, and yet typically little time goes into training restaurant employees on proper cleaning methods, and few establishments hire commercial cleaning companies because they don’t realize the benefit they can bring.

Hired as servers, cooks, hosts and hostesses, the employees are expected to know how to clean. Cleaning becomes something employers pass off as general knowledge, something everyone should know how to do because everyone has had experience cleaning, to some degree.

But what if it were someone’s job to clean, and they were trained specifically to clean thoroughly, to know how to inspect their areas, and to do the best job that could be done? Imagine that person was trained to know the difference between various cleaning products, which ones to use, which ones work best, and how to properly use them to get their full benefits?

Not things the chef need worry about. Let’s face it, what chef wants to go from sautéing a dish of vegetables to dabbling through bottles of cleaner? What hostess, excelling at being friendly to customers and making them feel at home, wants to finish off work each night scrubbing the floors, a solitary, repetitive job that doesn’t fit their personality?

The guests, if it were up to them, probably wouldn’t want it that way, and yet most restaurant owners and managers assume that’s the way it should be. Some have wised up to realize they can hire outside commercial cleaning services to take the burden off their own employees. Not to mention, hired commercial cleaners are guaranteed to do a better job.

Commercial cleaning employees make it their job to clean thoroughly (after all, that’s what they're there to do -- not serve food or drinks), but, and sometimes more importantly, they also know how to clean items that your everyday person has no idea how to attempt, like scary food stains and oils.

And let’s not forget the food critics.

Points get knocked immediately if your restaurant isn't up to par, and that always includes cleanliness.

We’re taught from a young age that it’s OK to ask for help, and then we have to re-learn it later in life. It’s typical to expect a lot from an employee, even at minimum wage -- and high turnover rates are typical, too, in the restaurant business especially -- which, of course, leads to more money spent on hiring and training new employees. Restaurant managers can hand them the mop, but every time that will mean biting off more than they can chew.

Commercial Cleaning in Maryland

Commercial Building Maintenance LLC
carpet cleaning, janitor service,
25628 Ridge Rd, Damascus Md 20872
Phone: 301-482-2122

Wednesday, August 12, 2009

Virginia Commercial Cleaning Service

Commercial Cleaning Services for Virginia

Whether your place of business in Virginia employs ten or ten thousand, chances are you can benefit from one of the many commercial cleaning services in your local area. Commercial cleaning services can be found in every city, in every state, and even in every country. Chances are, if you open your local Virginia phone book, you will find page after page of cleaning service listings. In fact, all the options may very well be overwhelming.

Anyone who needs help cleaning their office or place of business can benefit from commercial cleaning services. A business has a hard time attracting customers, or even new employees, when the place is not tidy and free of trash and other items that a cleaning service can help with. Even if you work in a very small office in Virginia, you will find that having a cleaning service come in once a week will come in handy and will save you the time you have been spending on cleaning it yourself.

If you run a business in Virginia and you have been cleaning it yourself, or having other employees clean things, and things just do not look as good as they could, it’s time to get the help of a Virginia commercial cleaning service. They don’t have to come in every day; you can have them come in once a week or once every couple of weeks, so it is an expense you can afford while keeping your office clean and appealing to both your staff and your clients.

What is a business cleaning service?
Commercial office cleaning janitorial services are professionals that traditionally sends a crew or individual out to your site in order to clean the office or business.

Virginia cleaning outsourcing

If you need business cleaning service:
» To come in after you close to tidy up.
» To create a clean atmosphere to start the day.
» To keep your staff productive by not having to worry about cleaning.
» To make life easier on you.
» To keep your office clean and consistent.
then you consider commercial office cleaning companies.

Commercial Cleaning Services in Maryland

Commercial Building Maintenance LLC
carpet cleaning, janitor service,
25628 Ridge Rd, Damascus Md 20872
Phone: 301-482-2122

Saturday, August 8, 2009

Green Clean


Green Cleaning, an Intro

What It Is, and How to Make the Most of Your Eco-Options


Green cleaning is not a new concept. The idea of saving money and limiting the amount of harsh chemicals allowed in the home has always had some appeal, but with the ever-increasing popularity of eco-friendly products, we are seeing more and more eco-cleaners on store shelves.

DIY Green Cleaning

Common household items can be very successful cleaners if you know how to make the most of them. The basic natural cleaning kit contains items like cornstarch, castile soap, and even borax.

While some of these materials can be dangerous if not used with care, they are considered much less hazardous than ingredients found in most conventional cleaning products.

Three Key Ingredients

Baking soda, white vinegar and lemon juice are often overlooked as the powerful natural cleaners they are. These items actually are the most commonly used green cleaning agents, and you'll usually find at least one in most eco-friendly cleaning recipes.

Buy Green: Green Cleaners

Frugal-minded consumers have been using household items to create their own natural cleaners for years. But even though homemade cleaners work well, they're not as convenient as many people would like. Fortunately, the market for eco-friendly cleaners has grown tremendously in pas years and your options for green cleaners are better than ever.

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Commercial Cleaning in Maryland

Commercial Building Maintenance LLC
carpet cleaning, janitor service,
25628 Ridge Rd, Damascus Md 20872
Phone: 301-482-2122

Carpet Cleaning Tips & Tricks

Commercial Carpet Cleaning for homes and business facilities.

When you share your home with children and pets, carpets often start to look aged and dingy before their time. Luckily, with a few simple carpet cleaning tips, the like new look of your carpet can be maintained for years to come, no matter the spills, accidents and uh-ohs that happen when animals and children are involved.

Professional Office Cleaning

Tip 1: Vacuuming. Vacuuming is something you probably already do regularly, but if not, know that regular vacuuming will greatly extend the life of your carpet. Vacuuming at least once a week will keep the heaviest dirt from being ground into the carpet and causing dinginess. However, for a more effective solution, take some time and evaluate the traffic patterns through the carpeted areas of your house. Is there a spot where the dog likes to lay, or a path the children run from room to room? Giving these high-traffic area a quick once over with your vacuum cleaner every day or so will keep the wear from showing up as quickly.

Tip 2: Child-related stains. When you've got young children in the home, spills are bound to happen. Juice, food, paint and all kinds of other things will surely find their way to your carpet. The most essential thing to remember when dealing with spills and stains is that the faster you can treat it, the better. Use a standard carpet cleaner to treat the spot as soon as you notice it. Follow the instructions on the package of the carpet cleaner closely and pay attention to the type of stain you're dealing with. Some carpet cleaners work especially well on organic stains, such as fruit juice or food, while other cleaners are designed to remove things like melted wax or paint. Keep a couple of different carpet cleaners on hand so that you're ready for any accident.

Tip 3: Pet accidents. No matter how well trained your cats and dogs are, the occasional accident does happen. Not only accidents, but some more territorial pets are prone to marking their territory. In this case, again, it is important to treat the area as soon as you notice the stain. You do not want to give the pet urine time to settle down into the pad beneath the carpet, as this will make removing odors much more difficult. Visit your favorite pet store and look for a carpet cleaner specifically designed for pet stains. There are enzymes in these carpet cleaners that break down the offensive material and eliminate both the stain and the odor. Not only will this keep lasting damage from happening, it will also prevent the pet from marking the same area over and over again.

After Hours Janitor Service - Commercial Building Maintenance

Tip 4: Steam cleaners. With regular vacuuming and quick treatment of stains, your carpet will stay in good shape for the most part. However, for some more difficult stains or stains that had a chance to set before you could reach them, a professional carpet cleaning machine is in order. A carpet cleaning machine can be rented from many local grocery stores, and there are even some personal carpet cleaning machines that make sense for individual purchase. The combination of steam and industrial grade cleaning solutions is sometimes what is needed to get rid of those persistent stains. Additionally, make it a habit to go over your whole carpet, especially those high traffic areas, once every month to two months with a professional carpet cleaning machine. These machines will bring up deep, ground in dirt that has settled into the carpet, instantly renewing the look and feel of the rug.

Tip 5: Professional Carpet Cleaning Companies: If you've moved into a new home with carpets that are a bit more dingy than you would like, or if you'd like to attempt to revitalize your old carpet rather than purchase an entire new one, look into the possibility of having a professional carpet cleaning company come out to your home. Your local yellow pages will have many listings for these types of companies. Be sure to get several quotes and ask about multi-room discounts. If you have been considering replacing your carpets, do yourself a favor and instead have a company come out for professional cleaning. The cost is much less than installing new carpeting, and you'll be amazed at how fresh and new your carpets will look.

Whether you're starting with brand new carpets or simply trying to extend the life of your current carpets, these tips will help keep them looking as fresh and new as the day you bought them. Most importantly, vacuum high traffic areas often, treat kid and pet stains as quickly as you can, and when all else fails, consider a professional carpet cleaning.

About The Author

Jim Thornton has been cleaning carpets for many years. In that time many methods of carpet cleaning have been used but the best results have been achieved using dry foam extraction. For more information go to http://www.bubblesandsuds.ca

Commercial Cleaning in Maryland

Commercial Building Maintenance LLC
carpet cleaning, janitor service,
25628 Ridge Rd, Damascus Md 20872
Phone: 301-482-2122

Friday, July 17, 2009

Maryland Commercial Cleaning

What You Need from a Commercial Cleaning Service

Every business is different, so what each individual business needs from commercial cleaning services is different. The best thing to do before you call anyone, talk to anyone, or hire anyone to provide you with cleaning services is to sit down and really think about what you need, what you want, and what your business can afford. There are many different cleaning services in Maryland to choose from, and each offers something a little bit different. When you spend time considering what your business needs and can afford, it will be easier to match up your business with the right commercial cleaning service.

Write down all the things that your business needs, so you can later go through these needs point by point with potential cleaning services in Maryland. You may have to compromise a little bit, but don’t simply give in and get less than what you expect. With so many options available, you don’t need to settle for less than you need.

Shopping for Commercial Cleaning Services in Maryland
Make shopping for commercial cleaning services in Maryland as fun as you can. Now that you have created a list of your needs and you have figured out your budget, you can begin to shop. If you have a Maryland business or building in an area where other businesses are, you may want to ask around to get an idea of whom everyone else is using. Generally, you can get other businesses to tell you whom they have had a lot of luck with and whom they absolutely would not use.

For contract cleaning companies office cleaning is the most competitive market to break into. Some organizations change their cleaners on a regular basis, every year or some even every six months because they cannot find a company that will consistent help them.

Office Cleaning

This phrase ‘standards have fallen’ is oft repeated by a company representative who is complaining about the cleaning. So you ask what aspect of the cleaning has or is not being done. The reply is often along the lines of, well its all being done but the standard is not what we have come to expect. So you then ask if they can give specific examples so that these can be rectified. Answer; ‘not really its just that standards have fallen’. This is the most frustrating part if you are the cleaning services company. So you go in to visit the premises, talk to the company and to the cleaners. Quite often you can find nothing is actually wrong with the cleaning and that everything according to the contract is being fulfilled. This may very well be the beginning of the process of the company trying to replace you.

Why does this happen? It can happen for a number of reasons, but the principle reason is that the customers expectations of the cleaning process is not reflected in the cleaning schedule, as it changes with time or it may simply be unrealistic and does not take account of natural deterioration in the building.

For example it may be that some employee has found cup rings on their desk and complained that these are not being cleaned. The cleaners when approached about this maintain that they can never clean that particular desk because it is always full of documents. Or somebody has moved their workstation and complained about the amount of fluff and dirt accumulated around the wiring of their computer. As a result the cleaners are obviously not doing a good job.

How are these problems overcome? The best way of avoiding these problems is to carry out a cleaning survey of the premises in which such details can be highlighted and a possible remedy suggested. For example desks can be polished on a rota system and when it is time for a particular block of desks to be polished the individuals whose desks are being done are informed of the impending clean and instructed to clear their surfaces. If they do not then they cannot complain if they are not polished.

Having produced a detailed cleaning survey it should then be possible to sit down with the client and discuss which parts they would like to take up and which can be ignored. On this basis a quote can then be provided. Both parties are then very clear as to the extent and standard of the clean. So what was subjective before becomes objective and measurable. The cleaners should know exactly what is expected of them and the customer should have a more realistic and objective appraisal of the cleaning. Cleaning surveys carried out correctly can save you complaints and the potential loss of contracts.

Commercial Cleaning in Maryland

Commercial Building Maintenance LLC
carpet cleaning, janitor service,
25628 Ridge Rd, Damascus Md 20872
Phone: 301-482-2122

Tuesday, July 14, 2009

Commercial Professional Cleaning Contractors

Commercial Cleaning Service

If you are looking for residential cleaning in Maryland (MD), then you are in the right place. Whether you are a full time resident of the bay state, or you manage several office buildings or are the district manager of a major restaurant chain, you may find it in your best interest to take on a commercial cleaning company.

Using a Commercial Cleaning Service for Your Business (Janitors, Cleaning Crew)

Getting Rid Of Your Mess Using a Commercial Cleaning Service
If you are a business owner who devotes more than forty hours a week to maintain and grow your business, it is understandable that you tend to put off cleaning your office or store yourself. You probably often try to schedule cleaning on a regular basis but somehow something comes along that you have to say, “Okay, I will do it tomorrow.” Tomorrow comes along, but you are too tired or busy. You might even be satisfied picking up bits and pieces, dusting and some wiping. In fact, the mess might be accumulating over time.
One best way to get rid of that mess without lifting a finger is to hire a commercial cleaning service. You might have apprehensions on doing this because you cannot just leave your office or store with strangers touching your things or worse stealing them. So, what are the things that you need to check on before hiring a commercial cleaning service? Here are the steps:

* Is the company a licensed business? Make sure to ask around first from other business owners who have experienced hiring help. You may also check them on the net or better yet visit their office.
* Is the company insured and bonded? This is very important to know to make sure that whatever is lost or damaged in your property will be replaced or taken care of. If you want to avoid fretting about your valuables getting damaged or stolen, keep them in a safe or a locked room which is not accessible to the cleaning crew.
* Who will clean your property? It is also important to meet first the people who will be entering your business to do the cleaning before handing in your keys or security code. This will also help you decide whether to hire the same people the next time that you will need their services.
* Will the cleaning company provide the cleaning equipment and supplies or will they use the ones available at your business? Do you have to buy the equipment and supplies? These questions are very important since they will help you determine if the cleaning fee you have to pay is reasonable.
* What services are they going to do at your business? Specify the things that you need to be done at your business. You need to list down even the littlest details to ensure that you will be satisfied with their services. If you are not satisfied with their cleaning service, there should be a money back guarantee agreement when you hire the cleaning service.
* Is the cleaning fee too expensive for your budget? Check out the details of the cost of the cleaning service and see if it’s reasonable and affordable.

If you have the answers for these questions then there is no reason for you to hold back on hiring a commercial cleaning service for your business. Just sit back, relax and enjoy a minute or two before getting back to your job. At least you now don’t have to do the dirty job.
How to Choose the Right Commercial Cleaning Service for Your Place of Business
Running a business can be difficult as is but keeping your place of business clean is another matter. Hiring maintenance people as part of your roster of employees could be expensive and impractical especially if your business is just starting out. Your office usually needs to be cleaned in the evening right after the place has been deserted by your people. What then are your options? You can hire a commercial cleaning service to do the job for you on a weekly or twice a week schedule. If you need to have your office cleaned more than twice a week, then this can be arranged with the cleaning service.
How to choose the right commercial cleaning service for your place of business? The choice depends on the cleaning needs of your office. However, here is a list of things you might consider when choosing a cleaning service:

* A dependable and insured cleaning service – Try to ask friends or colleagues for referrals or recommendations. You will feel more at ease in hiring a cleaning service if you know someone who already used them. You can also check local postings for cleaning services and visit their offices. Try to know the company’s history and if they have been around for a long time. Ask if they are insured because you need to know if they can replace anything that they might accidentally damage or lose in your office or if they can pay their own employees when they meet accidents while on duty.
* Work quality – Are their cleaning services 100% guaranteed? Check if they live up to their promises and leave offices clean and odor free after cleaning them. Try to do some research on what equipment and supplies are best to use in your office and compare them with the ones that the cleaning service provides and uses. Get feedback from other customers and ask them if they have safe cleaning service procedures.
* Planned maintenance program and supervised janitors/maids – Inquire if they do their procedures like clockwork and if their janitors/maids are supervised including quality assurance.
* Reasonable rate - Make sure that the cleaning fee is reasonable and that they will provide service, equipment and supplies that correspond to the amount you are going to pay. Extra requests should also be addressed accordingly.
* Specific list of services – This should include collection of trash, complete maintenance of floors (sweeping and mopping/polishing), cleaning of light fixtures, vacuuming, and cleaning of restrooms, among many others.

If the commercial cleaning service you choose has everything listed above then you can rest easy. You can be assured that your place of business will be taken care of and you will not have to worry about leaving your office dirty and unorganized.
Knowing What You Are Looking For In a Commercial Cleaning Service before Hiring One

You know that you are a busy person who needs to meet deadlines and take care of your business. You already talked to colleagues about hiring a cleaning service to keep your office clean and organized. Your mind is set on this and your staff couldn’t agree with you more. However, you might not be entirely sold on the idea of letting other people clean your office. You are a bit afraid of strangers breaking valuable equipment inside your place of business or worse stealing valuable files.

So what do you need to know when looking for a commercial cleaning service before hiring one? What details can make you feel at ease before handing in your keys and security code to total strangers? Here are some questions that you can ask the cleaning service before hiring them:

* Are you a licensed business? You can ask this question directly or you can check local postings if the cleaning has a license to do this kind of business.
* Is your company insured and bonded? This is an important question so that you are sure whatever is lost or damaged in your office will be replaced or taken care of.
* Can I meet first the people who will clean my office? It is important to see and meet the people who will get inside your office and clean it. This is crucial since it will help you decide whether to ask them back next time.
* What cleaning equipment and supplies are you going to use to clean my office? Do you provide them or are you going to use what I have at your business? These questions are very important since they will help you determine if the cleaning fee you have to pay is reasonable.
* What services are you going to provide? Specify the things that you need to be done in your office. You need to list down even the littlest details to ensure that you will be satisfied with their services. If you are not satisfied with their cleaning service, there should be a money back guarantee agreement when you hire them.
* How much does it cost to hire you? Check out the details of the cost of the cleaning service and see if it’s reasonable and affordable.

Article Source: http://www.cleaningservicesfinder.com/articles/commercial-service.html

Commercial Cleaning in Maryland

Commercial Building Maintenance LLC
carpet cleaning, janitor service,
25628 Ridge Rd, Damascus Md 20872
Phone: 301-482-2122

Monday, July 13, 2009

Choosing the Janitorial Solution in Maryland

Choosing a Commercial Cleaning Solution in Maryland

As a business or building owner in Maryland you probably know that there are a lot of office cleaning and building maintenance services in Maryland to choose from, but that doesn’t mean that they are all the right company for you. When you go about looking for janitorial solutions you will want to take your time and choose the company that is right for you. Ask questions of each of the services that you consider, and if you don’t get the answers that you want, why not keep looking for a service that will provide you with the janitorial solutions that you need? You’ll be glad that you took a bit more time in the end because you’ll get what you want and need without the hassle of having to deal first with people that don’t know what they are doing or simply cannot meet your needs or standards.

Maryland Janitorial Service cleans restaurants too

So many business and building owners in Maryland assume that having some sort of service is better than having no service, but they quickly find that this is simply not true! If you get an inexperienced office cleaning service in your building you might find that the hassles and the stress that they cause are worse than having a less than tidy building! Simply take your time, do some research, and be sure that the building maintenance providers that you choose have the reputation, references, and credentials that they need to provide you with the services that you need.

Commercial Building Maintenance Janitorial Contractor

Consider What Janitorial Solutions are Right For You

Even if you are new to owning a business or building in Maryland you probably have a good idea of what you want and need from a janitor or those that provide you with your building maintenance. You should take some time to really sit down and think about what you want and need. Make a list of the things that you will absolutely need a service to provide you and then other things that you don’t necessarily need but would be really nice. When you speak with or meet with office cleaning and building maintenance companies or services in Maryland be sure that you have these lists with you so you can let them know what you are looking for. Be sure that your requests are reasonable, and if you find that a company cannot provide you with what you are looking for it’s wise to simply keep looking. It’s a good idea to speak with at least three to five different providers to get an idea of what is out there.

When you have made this list and you are speaking to these companies or individuals in Maryland on the phone or in person you need to read down the list of the office cleaning or building maintenance needs and expectations and get a response from the individual that you are speaking with to ensure that they have the ability to provide you with these items. If you can, draw up a simple contract that says what you need done and how often and have the manager or owner of the Maryland business sign the contract so you can fall back on that if services are not done as needed later on down the road.

Commercial Cleaning for Greater Washington DC Metro Area

Commercial Building Maintenance LLC
carpet cleaning, janitor service,
25628 Ridge Rd, Damascus Md 20872
Phone: 301-482-2122

Sunday, July 5, 2009

Employee Selection for Quality Janitorial Service

Maryland Cleaning

Quality in Outsourced Janitorial Service is determined by Employee Selection.

Who is going to be inside your facility or place of business after-hours?

How do you ensure a quality job without proper oversight?

Who is doing the background checks for the employees?

, Director of Operations at Commercial Building Maintenance LLC. based in Damascus Maryland; "Our devoted management team is made up of indviduals with many years of experience in janitorial services. CBM Inc is commited to having a close relationship with it's clients and thier special needs so it can provided the finest quality services."

Commercial Building Maintenance. supervisory structure:

Operations Manager
Burgos said: "Our operations manager is responsible for the out-come of your janitorial project. This person has the authority to do whatever it takes to satisfy our clients needs. He or she is available 7 days per week, in addition to inspection visits regularly."

This is a full time individual in charge of both nighttime and daytime inspections of your facility. This person is also responsible for continued on the job training of cleaning staff, makes any needed corrections and reports back to the operations manager.

On-Site Supervisor
Our on-site supervisor is responsible for your account with CBM Inc. He or she provides a detailed report to the supervisor, with regular updates on both cleaning standards and safety practices, ensuring your facility is maintained to your standards.

Maryland Janitorial Contractor Quality Control

Mr Burgos goes on to say "Employee Selection is the key to satisfied cleaning clients"

All personnel are carefully selected, only when people satisfy all our requirements will he or she be hired, some of the requirements are:

  • CBM Inc contacts previous employers

  • Drivers license background check

  • Personal Interview

  • Drug Testing

  • Prospective employees must live geographically close to the account

  • Full time CBM Inc. employees are offered free medical and life insurance
    All full time CBM Inc. employees receive 1 week paid vacation after 1 year and 2 weeks paid vacation after 2 weeks.

    Commercial Cleaning in Maryland

    Commercial Building Maintenance LLC
    carpet cleaning, janitor service,
    25628 Ridge Rd, Damascus Md 20872
    Phone: 301-482-2122

    Friday, July 3, 2009

    On Site Supervision sets us apart

    Supervision in Janitoral Excellence

    Quality work stems from expert supervision.

    Commercial Building Maintenance LLC:

    Our devoted management team is made up of individuals with many, many years of experience in janitorial services. Commercial Buildings Maintenance, Inc is committed to having a close relationship with it's clients and their needs.

    The relationship between a vendor and it's client should be symbiotic.

    Operations Manager

    Our Operations Manager will be responsible for the outcome of each project. This person will have authority to do what ever it takes to satisfy our clients needs. He or She is available 7 days a week in addition to regular inspection visits of your facility.

    Commercial Buildings Maintenance Maryland

    On Site Supervisor
    This is a full time individual in charge of your daytime or night time inspections of your building. This person is responsible for continued on-site training of the staff assigned to your facility. This supervisor reports back to our Operations Manager.

    Total Commercial Cleaning Contractor

    Commercial Cleaning in Maryland

    Commercial Building Maintenance LLC
    carpet cleaning, janitor service,
    25628 Ridge Rd, Damascus Md 20872
    Phone: 301-482-2122

    Wednesday, July 1, 2009

    Maryland Jantiorial Contractor

    Commercial Building Maintenance. in Damascus Maryland

    Free Estimates • Warranties • Special Discounts

    Commercial Building Maintenance

    Dear Customer:

    We would like to take this time to thank you for giving us the opportunity to submit a bid for Janitorial Services for your Properties.

    If you should contract us for your professional janitorial services, we will perform the utmost professional mannerism. This service will be done in an efficient and reliable manner at all times by trained staff. Our supervisors will oversee that the upkeep of your buildings are being properly handled.

    The following pages outlined the services we will execute in your place of business as well as any other related information.

    For your safety COMMERCIAL BUILDING MAINTENANCE. is licensed, bonded & insured. If you would like copies of these documents they will be submitted upon request.

    Thank you for your time, we look forward to a long and happy association with you.


    • Good, Affordable Prices
    • All Jobs Guaranteed
    • Quality Work
    • Exemplary Customer Service
    • Convenient Hours of Operation
    • The Most Updated Cleaning Technology
    • Work Guaranteed
    • 27 Year History of Giving Customers 100% Satisfaction
    • Financially Strong Company
    • Employee Benefits & Expenses
    • All Staff Is Trained to Perform Janitorial Jobs Professionally.
    • All Staff Is Bilingual.
    • Quality and Work Experience
    • Honesty
    • Ours is a Company with Constant Growth

    Commercial Cleaning- Professional Floor Cleaning

    Commercial Cleaning in Maryland

    Commercial Building Maintenance LLC
    carpet cleaning, janitor service,
    25628 Ridge Rd, Damascus Md 20872
    Phone: 301-482-2122

    Thursday, June 18, 2009

    Ten Reasons To Choose Commercial Building Maintenance

    Commercial Building Maintenance Inc. in Frederick Maryland

    1, We're a local company
    2, With local references
    3, We have consistant growth
    4, We're financially strong
    5, Up to date cleaning technology
    6, We offer our employees benefits
    7, We offer our employees training
    8, Safety programs with accident prevention programs
    9, We have a strong reputuation
    10,"A Quality Cleaning Company"

    Our devote management team is made up of individuals with many years of experience in janitorial services. COMMERCIAL BUILDING MAINTENANCE, INC. is committed to have a close connection with its clients and their needs so that it can provide the finest quality services possible.

    Our Operation Manager will be responsible for the out come of the project. This person will have authority to do whatever it takes to satisfy the client’s needs. He is available 7 days a week in addition to several visits per week.

    This is a full-time individual in charge of your nighttime inspections of your building. This person is also responsible for continued on-site training of the service. The supervisor makes corrections on the site, and then writes a report back to Operation Manager.
    The On-Site Supervisor is responsible for the account. He gives a detailed report to the Supervisor updates regularly on cleaning and safety and insuring that the account is maintained up to specifications.
    The CBM Cleaning Services Full Quality Management program begins at our corporate Office with our constant research for new ways to operate, which give exceptional results to be a competitive cleaning company. These ideas are given to our employees through our operation program and are monitored by our quality assurance supervisors.



    Commercial Cleaning in Maryland

    Commercial Building Maintenance LLC
    carpet cleaning, janitor service,
    25628 Ridge Rd, Damascus Md 20872
    Phone: 301-482-2122

    Wednesday, June 17, 2009

    Montgomery County Commercial Cleaning

    Montgomery County's Commercial Cleaning Company

    is Commercial Building Maintenance LLC. Based in Frederick Maryland and  CBM services chain restaurants and Office Buildings all up and down the East Coast.

    Our long list of satisfied clients consists of commercial buildings, industrial plants, retail centers, medical facilities, restaurants, condominium buildings, schools, day porter service, and churches.
    We also offer carpet & floor cleaning, window washing & steam pressure washing, construction cleanup, and parking lot sweeping.

    Commercial Building Maintenance SPECIALIZES IN:

    Free Estimates • Warranties • Special Discounts
    • Good, Low Prices
    • Job Guaranteed
    • Quality Work
    • Customer Service
    • Convenient Hours of Operation
    • Updated Cleaning Technology
    • Work Guaranteed
    • Giving Customers Over 100% Satisfaction
    • Financially Strong Company
    • Employee Benefits & Expenses
    • All Staff Is Trained to Perform Janitorial Jobs Professionally.
    • All Staff Is Bilingual.
    • Quality and Work Experience
    • Honesty
    • Company with Constant Growth