Why using Barrington Cleaning Services

1. You Don’t Have To Hire Another Employee.

Hiring another employee means paying wages/salary for yet another staff member, not to mention health insurance, paid vacations and sick days, insurance for unemployment and injuries, and other benefits.

Also there is no need for the purchase of any cleaning equipment or cost of equipment maintenance, or cost of cleaning chemicals needed for the cleaning.

In contrast, when you outsource to a commercial office cleaning company, you pay the contract amount – and that’s it!

2.You Don’t Have to Dedicate Your Valuable Staff Resources to the Task.

The alternative to hiring a new employee is making one or more existing employees responsible for the task. You have two choices in this scenario:

Dedicating one employee to the task and reassign his or her responsibilities, or spreading the task out between multiple employees.

Either way, your employees will have more work and more stress, which can eventually hurt your business via higher rates of absenteeism, poorly done work, and higher turnover rates.

Not to mention cleaning services not being preformed if they are absent!

3. You Can Focus on Running Your Business.

Any successful business knows that outsourcing is a necessary factor in their success.

Don’t waste your valuable time and resources on details such as keeping your workplace clean.

It will severely reduce the amount of time you have to run your business. It will also free up time you could use instead to focus on your business.

Employee Health and Harsh Chemicals – Barrington Commercial Cleaners

Employee Health and Harsh Chemicals

Another employee benefit to hiring a cleaning service is that you will not be exposing your employees to cleaning chemicals or other harsh products.

Many commercial cleaning products need to be used in a certain way and with certain safety equipment or procedures, or skin and eye irritation and other issues can result.

By hiring a cleaning service to handle these needs, you will have healthier, happier employees who are not worried about what chemicals they might have to use to clean the office.

The office will also be cleaner because these jobs will be getting done on time and correctly rather than in a hurry by employees who have other work to do.

4 Vacuuming Tips

Vacuuming is where most people start…

Here are the basics:

•Carpets should be vacuumed once a week–more often in heavy traffic areas. Regular vacuuming prolongs the life of your carpet by preventing a buildup of gritty particles that can cut carpet fibers. Every few weeks, take a little extra time to use your crevice tool cleaning hard-to-reach places.

•When vacuuming large areas, divide the floor into quadrants and vacuum an entire quadrant before moving on to the next.

•Take your time. One pass with a high-powered upright is not enough.  Work slowly to allow the suction to remove all the deep dust and dirt.

•Spend extra time on areas where people sit and move their feet. Vacuum areas of heavy traffic with a crisscross pattern of overlapping strokes.