The Easiest Way to Improve is with Our Services
“Commercial janitorial services? Too expensive. Can’t afford the cost.”
Here are four ways Clean USA can actually improve your bottom line.
- Clean surfaces equal less employee absenteeism. The most germ-laden part of a restroom isn’t the toilet seat, it’s the door! A good janitorial service will clean all common “touch points”—door handles, drinking fountain buttons, push plates. Stopping the spread of germs means fewer employees out sick. That means a “healthier” bottom line for you.
- Clean carpet is longer-lasting carpet. Dirt is abrasive and if not removed, will seriously shorten your carpet’s lifespan. According to leading trade organization CRI, The Carpet and Rug Institute, “A thoughtfully designed and implemented maintenance program performed by qualified personnel, properly equipped and trained, is essential for optimal long-term performance.” Would you rather replace your carpet in five years or ten?
- Favorable impression on customers. No matter what business you are in, when meeting potential new clients you want to make the best impression possible. You want them to feel comfortable and confident about doing business with you. Dirty windows, smudged up door glass, and dusty furniture does NOT lead to new revenue.
- A happy employee is a productive employee. A clean, well-maintained workplace contributes to a sense of well-being and sends the message that management cares. According to a report by the World Green Building Council:
“For most employers…a healthy, happy workforce is a vital component of a productive, successful business in the long-term. Staff costs, including salaries and benefits, typically account for about 90% of a business’ operating costs. It follows that the productivity of staff, or anything that impacts their ability to be productive, should be a major concern for any organisation. Furthermore, it should be self-evident that small differences can have a large effect. What may appear a modest improvement in employee health or productivity, can have a significant financial implication for employers.”
Less absenteeism, improved useful life of facilities, positive business image, and improved employee morale and productivity, all these will improve your bottom line.
Contact us to discuss what we can do for you.