Professional Building Maintenance’s service effort, Complete Building Maintenance, we would like to review your facilities cleaning and maintenance requirements. Today’s facility service provider must balance budget cuts with demands for achieving higher levels of service. The solution lies in how accurately your cleaning contractor reviews and staffs and supervises your cleaning program. Using a well planned, systemized approach with trained employees allows your contractor the ability to determine the actual staff needed, justify their budget, and bid more competitively.
No two buildings are alike. No single cleaning method or model fits every situation. When the service scenario required by your facility is modeled accurately numerous real-life variables are considered, including customer expectations, facility service requirements, building soil levels, building usage, operating budget, products, tools and services required to achieve the expected solutions, system implementation strategies, healthy building considerations and quality of service desired. Such considerations reveal the staffing levels required within the given budget.
Complete Building Maintenance explores time-proven methods and techniques to generate accurate staffing plans and applies industry-specific benchmarks to enable you to make meaningful “apples-to-apples” comparisons between the offerings of Complete Building Maintenance and our competitors. Our sales representatives bring our unique insights and fresh perspectives, drawn from over forty years of hands-on experience in the cleaning industry. You receive a wonderful balance of practical and strategic thinking in the specialty areas required for proper facility cleaning and maintenance. Allow our management to apply our proven quality assurance systems and customized staff training and motivational programs to the requirements of your facility.
Regardless of what company you hire to clean your building, you need to know WHO has the keys to your facility and WHO is in your facility either after hours or even during work hours. Personnel employed to perform janitorial duties are not expected to steal, harass employees, surf the internet, or worse, compromise company records, but that is unfortunately what often happens.