Getting your business renovated is an arduous process. You have to decide what exactly needs renovating, what types of construction you want to do, how you want it to look, what features you want it to have, and how to cost it all out. You might have to close your business or run at a lower capacity during renovations, and they can happen anytime; sometimes, they’re well planned out, and sometimes, it happens suddenly, like when your roof collapses and you need emergency roof repair. Once all the repairs are done, you might feel like you’re ready to open up – but who’s gonna clean?
Repair and maintenance work, especially in a post-construction environment, creates a lot of mess. There can be dust from the drywall, debris from the building materials, and a whole host of other things that can cause your business problems. The aesthetics of a messy building are all off; after all, you just put all this work into renovating or reconstruction, and having all that work be for nought because the place looks like a disaster zone won’t do. There’s also a plethora of potential health problems when your place is full of airborne particles; they can get into people’s lungs, causing asthma, allergies and other problems that will make clients and employees reluctant to come back.
When you own or operate a business, there’s always the temptation to do-it-yourself; after all, doing a job with your own hands seems to save money, at first blush. The problem with this conception is twofold. First, your time is money, so when you’re spending hours cleaning your business, or worse yet, getting your staff to do it, you’re not being productive in other areas where you’re likely more skilled. That brings us to the second problem; you’re not a professional cleaner! Renovations and construction, especially in large, commercial buildings, require a thorough cleaning job, with equipment, chemicals, tools and skills you might not have at your disposal. When you hire a professional commercial cleaning team, you’re guaranteed that the job will be done right.
Another huge advantage to these teams is that they’ve done post-construction cleaning before, so they know how to do it quickly. Every hour your business is closed or at lower capacity is an hour where you’re not making as much money as you could, and professional janitorial services are going to clean your business faster than non-professionals ever could. This means the money you spend on cleaning is money saved on opening your business more quickly, more efficiently, and more cleanly.
Great post-construction cleanup crews will coordinate with contractors to ensure that when the work is done, the cleanup can begin. They’ll also work with you to create a timeframe in which the cleaning can be done. When you’re budgeting for a renovation, or you need emergency work done, don’t forget to get in touch with a cleaning team; together, we’ll ensure that your business opens on time and looking beautiful.