No matter your facility size, we provide hands-on, personal service. We customize janitorial services to meet the needs of property management firms, facility managers, and commercial, institutional,
and industrial building owners.
Our expertise in specialized facilities make your transition easy, and our proven processes and well-trained employees keep operations running smoothly.
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- Deep expertise, self-performed service
- Full range of cleaning services
- Innovative & sustainable programs
- More efficient cleaning approaches
- Stringent hiring & selection process
- Powerful technology enablement tools
Our Services in South Saint Paul MN 55075, we include but not limited to:
- Complete all high dusting not reached in the above-mentioned cleaning.
- Top Scrub or machine scrub, rinse, and apply finish to composition floor covering in those areas that show excessive wear.
- Remove fingerprints and marks from around light switches and door frames.
- Vacuum all upholstered furniture.
- Damp wipe telephones using a disinfectant.
- Empty all trash receptacles, replace liners, as needed, and remove trash to a collection point. (Client to furnish liners)
- Vacuum carpeting. we will not be responsible for removal of staples from carpets.
- Clean and polish drinking fountain/water cooler.
- Thoroughly dust all horizontal surfaces, including desktops, files, windowsills, chairs, tables, pictures and all manner of furnishings.
- Damp wipe all horizontal surfaces to remove coffee rings and spillage, as needed.
- Dust telephones.
- Dust mop hard surface floors with a treated dust mop.
- Damp mop hard surface floors to remove any spillage from soiled areas.
- Damp wipe entryway and clean fingerprints from entrance glass.
- Spot clean partition glass.
- Inspect and pick up, as needed, building entrance area.
Commercial Cleaning Services South Saint Paul MN 55075
People, in good times and bad, are always looking for ways to make a little extra income. Too many believe they must work for someone else. But having control over when you work, where you work, and who you work for is the ultimate in having an enjoyable, happy life. And nowhere will you find an easier, inexpensive and faster business to start than an office cleaning business.One of the main obstacles for a lot of office cleaning entrepreneurs is where and how to get clients. Think small and think professionals. Some of your most reliable and consistent clients will be the small professional. Think doctor, lawyer, insurance agent. You get the picture! And why are small, professional business the best? Because they, too, have repeat clientele! They're not going to fold up their business. They have a lot invested in it. And people will still go to their doctor, dentist, lawyer and insurance agent, good times or bad. These professionals, though, are always looking for ways to cut costs and, therefore, are more open to entertaining a bid from you. Much better than residential cleaning, where in these difficult financial times, homeowners are cutting back on non-essential expenses, small professional offices are there to stay and looking for the best deal. Knock on doors, make phone calls and send out letters to get an appointment to do an estimate for cleaning their office. Before you know it, you'll be picking and choosing who and where you want to clean. Plus, you'll be putting money in your bank account weekly--maybe even daily!
Office Cleaning - Who Is Walking Around Your Office After Dark?
Office rooms are often some of the most cluttered and disorganized rooms in the world.There is no such thing as messy if you don't call an office full of paper both stacked and crumpled up messy. Most of the time, people are too busy answering calls and making money to think about the time it takes for a crumpled piece of paper to reach the trash can under their cubicle desk.Keeping Your Office CleanHere are some cleaning tips, products, and solutions for your office:* A vacuum cleaner is your first defense against dust and mold built up in your office carpet. Assign a maintenance person to run the vacuum cleaner over the entire office floor every few days or so, depending on the size of the office and the number of people in it. This should eliminate most of the dirt particles that find their way into the carpet through people's shoes. * The surface cleaning solvent is your best friend when it comes to cleaning surfaces-such as desks, cabinets, workstations and hardware parts-smooth, clean and dust free. Examples of such products are Lysol and Glade. Spray a small amount on a clean rag and use it to wipe the surfaces clean. It's okay to spray the solvent directly on desks or tables, but not on surfaces of electronic components or computers.* Air sanitizers are a must in every office. It's a given that offices are air conditioned, but just because a room is air conditioned doesn't mean the air in it is suitable for breathing. Manufactured air is first and foremost artificial air and anything artificial and not natural can be unhealthy. An air sanitizing unit will make your air troubles go away. While you're at it, throw in a couple of air fresheners to keep the office smelling clean and fresh.* You can consider hiring an independent cleaning service if you think the building maintenance isn't doing a very good job. Cleaning services are well worth the extra expense-if you can find a good one, that is. Ask friends or neighbor companies for referrals of reliable service cleaning companies. Then, simply schedule when you would like to have the cleaning done and you're all set. Take it easy. Every office needs cleaning every once in a while. You can't expect your people to work efficiently if they're sneezing and scratching all the time from the dust on their desks and in their workstations-some people are even allergic to dust.
Why Keeping Your Office Clean Is So ImportantSouth Saint Paul MN 55075
Another service that adds value for a customer is conducting inspections after the janitorial services are provided. This takes cleaning accountability to a whole new level. The job of inspecting a building for cleanliness is very important. It can make the difference in keeping or losing an account.
We personally conduct all inspections and are thorough, fair and honest. After all, we would rather catch a problem before the customer does!
Office Cleaning - Money in the Bank!
Having a housekeeper maintaining your home fresh and clean on a regular basis and relieving you from the house chores you don’t really have any time or desire for is a dream come true. Some people consider it as a luxury, and they’re right to a certain extent, as not everybody is able to or afford house cleaning services or wants to spend his/her money on them. But, for the people, who decide to enlist the help of a professional house cleaner, it’s a total necessity. There’re a few things that come in hand with the convenience of hiring a specially designated person, essentially a stranger, to clear up the mess and make your home comfortable and spotless, though. It’s not even the awkwardness of letting someone clean up after you, but the expectations and the attitude most people have to the profession. Here’re the things an average housekeeper or house cleaner won’t normally say to the people he/she works for, but would really like the clients to take into consideration. Things your housekeeper won’t tell you 1. Unless you ask me, I won’t bring my cleaning products Don’t get confused here. Generally, occasional house cleaning professionals bring their supplies and cleaning products unless their clients ask them to use specific products they have at their houses if they have such a preference or need to stick to the specific cleaners due to the personal issues (most commonly, allergies). But, when it comes to a housekeeper, who works for multiple clients, she’s not supposed to bring a bundle of products, brooms, mops and vacuums to your house. She’ll use the supplies you have at home. Thus, the quality of her operation and the cleanliness of your home will depend on your conscious effort to provide her with everything she needs to keep your place clean. Some housekeepers aren’t against buying the supplies for the client (when the expenses are compensated, of course), but they’ll still store those at the client’s house/apartment. 2. I’m not a cleaning fairy Yes, I’m a professional cleaner who has to know the job and perform at a high level. But, I don’t have a magic wand to tidy the entire 3-story house in less than two hours. Do you want me to wipe down the windows, scrub your bathrooms, dust the surfaces, do the dishes and laundry, deal with your clutter and deep clean your carpet before your business partner's or spouse’s parents arrive? Call me beforehand then, as I’m not a magic broom. 3. I’m not a dog walker/babysitter/grocery shopper/button stitching person either Don’t get me wrong, if I’m on the good terms with my clients and I have free time, I may pick up extra chores occasionally. But, you can’t expect me to do all the random tasks you’re not coping with just because I’m there. I’ll do what I’m paid for and what I’m qualified to do. Do you want someone to walk your dog? Find a pet walker/sitter or pay me to do that if I agree to. 4. A reasonable notice is highly appreciated Everyone understands that’s quite rude not to let a hairdresser, a babysitter, a pool cleaner, a dentist or other kind of service provider know that you’re going to cancel the appointment or stop hiring them in advance. Housekeepers appreciate the same treatment. And they totally deserve it. No one would like to waste his time to come to work to find out that it’s canceled or to hear about the fact that he’s fired and has no job without having some time to find another source of income. 5. I can’t read your mind to figure out how you want me to do certain things It’s completely understandable that different clients have different house cleaning approaches and may set certain requirements for their housekeepers. But, please, speak out and let me know if you need me to do something this way, but not the other instead of being disappointed at me, but not telling why. 6. I know stuff, but I’ll keep my mouth shut I clean your house and know more that you may want me to. But, let’s be real, you’re the one who hired me for the job, thus you presumed that a complete stranger will go through your things to clean up your home. I may find the stuff in your kid’s bedroom you’re not even aware of. I might notice something you don’t suspect or want anyone to know. But, unless it threatens someone safety, I won’t tell anyone. 7. I don’t deserve ‘the look’ I may not work as an attorney at a fancy law firm, a financial consultant or a popular interior designer. But, I work probably just as hard as you do to earn my money. And, unless you prove me wrong, I’m great at what I’m doing. So, don’t feel like you’re entitled to look down on me. Let’s be kind and respectful to one another and appreciate each other’s work.