How To Pick A Professional Cleaning Company

New year, new budget, and the time has finally come for you to do what you’ve considered for years, but felt you’d never have the means to do so. But this year is different and you’ve finally decided to hire a professional cleaning company. Doing so will help your employees be healthier, happier and more productive by providing them with a working environment that features top-notch building maintenance and janitorial services. But before you hire a janitorial company, a series of questions run through your mind. What to ask?  While every business has its own unique needs & requirements, here are some basic questions you should consider asking before hiring a cleaning company...
●      What if extra attention needs to be given to specific areas? How and when should I let your staff know?
●      Are your cleaning supplies non-toxic to people and safe for the environment?
●      Do any members of my staff need to be present while your staff is working?
●      Can the cleaning schedule be modified?
●      What areas won’t your staff clean?
Knowing the right questions to ask, along with requesting to see some referrals, should allow you to find a cleaning company that will exceed your expectations.


Eagle Building Maintenance and Janitorial Services (Eagle BMJ) strives to be that company.

We offer a wide range of janitorial cleaning services performed by trained professionals who take the guesswork out of which professional cleaning service you should choose because our staff will clean and care for your facility as if it were their own. Therefore, making the decision about who cleans your business doesn’t have to be difficult. Instead, it’ll be one of the easiest decisions you’ll ever make for your business, and we’ll prove it to you.

Contact Eagle BMJ today at (888) 730-1123 to arrange for a FREE, no obligation, on-site consultation and let us show you how we can help your facility be safer, cleaner, and more productive by doing what we do best so you can do what you do best!

Posted: 2/12/2016 11:33:43 AM by Eagle BMJ | with 0 comments