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31 Dec 2021
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A YEAR IN REVIEW – 6 OF THE MOST POPULAR STORIES FROM 2021

2021 was a difficult year for many and most of us are glad to see it in the rearview mirror. With the ongoing pandemic, political divisiveness, zoom meetings, and virtual classrooms, 2021 was a year turned upside down. So we’re ready to say goodbye to 2021 and hello to 2022 but before we do, we thought we would bring back some of our most-read posts from last year. Read through them one last time and then set your sights on the new year!

carpet cleaningCARPET CLEANING – 5 GROSS REASONS TO HIRE A PROFESSIONAL

Even if you vacuum your carpets on a regular basis there are still some pretty nasty things hiding in those carpet fibers. According to microbiologist Dr. Philip Tierno of NYU Langone Medical Center, carpet can contain a shocking 200,000 bacteria per square inch. That’s more than your toilet seat!

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firing your cleaning company5 SIGNS THAT YOU NEED TO FIRE YOUR CLEANING COMPANY

Are you feeling a little underserved by your cleaning service? Have they become complacent in their cleaning duties and no longer go the extra mile to make your facility shine? Has the cost of the service steadily increased without any recognizable benefit to you? If you answered ‘Yes’ to any of these questions, it might be time to consider a new provider. Here are five signs that you need to fire your cleaning service and look for a new provider:

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cleaning and disinfectingCLEANING AND DISINFECTING: THE NEW NORMAL

There is no denying it. The new normal demands that everyone steps up their cleaning and disinfecting protocols and procedures.

Let’s put all of our cards on the table and stop him-hawing around. There is no denying that the Covid-19 pandemic has ushered in a new normal for all of us and change is in the air. There is no longer time for a wait-and-see mentality. We have waited. We have seen. The elephant in the room can no longer be ignored.

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cross-contaminationAVOID CROSS-CONTAMINATION WHEN CLEANING

Oftentimes the spread of germs is facilitated by cross-contamination. Cross-contamination is defined as the transfer of bacteria or other microorganisms from one substance to another. Surprisingly, cross-contamination often occurs as a result of cleaning. While this may sound counter-intuitive, poor cleaning practices are a major source of cross-contamination. Professional cleaning companies recognize this fact and put in place procedures and protocols that are designed to mitigate the risk of cross-contamination.

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help wantedCOMMERCIAL CLEANING HELPS BUSINESSES THROUGH LABOR SHORTAGE

Unless you have been living under a rock, you have no doubt seen the effects of the current labor shortage. With businesses across the country navigating the troubled waters of reopening amidst an ongoing pandemic, the lack of qualified workers is a menacing problem. The COVID-19 pandemic has changed consumer expectations and business owners know that they need to provide a visibly clean and sanitary environment if they are to survive. Upgrading cleaning and disinfecting protocols are imperative, but finding the staff to manage these additional duties is proving difficult. In response, many businesses are turning to commercial cleaning services to fill the gap.

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medical facility cleaning5 AREAS HOSPITAL CLEANING CREWS OFTEN OVERLOOK

Medical facility and hospital cleaning is serious business. Proper cleaning and disinfecting is crucial to overall health and safety and is a vital aspect of any infection control program. And while hospitals and medical facilities are very stringent with infection control protocols, recent studies show that there are still areas within these facilities that are routinely overlooked. Here are five areas within your medical facility that cleaning crews might be missing:

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20 Nov 2021
floor care

Winter Floor Care Tips

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Winter is just around the corner, and with it comes snow and ice, slush and salt, mud and grime. Whether you manage a retail store, office complex, distribution center, or a hotel, your floors are easily one of your most expensive assets and Winter is hard on your floors! Here are some floor care tips from the professionals at Complete Care Maintenance to help you take care of your floors this winter.

Winter is the one season when most of us close our windows and doors in an effort to keep the elements at bay. It is also the one season that seems to make it impossible to keep those very elements from entering our homes and businesses. Snow, salt, slush, and mud are constantly being brought into our dwellings on our feet and the feet of others, inevitably making a mess of our floors.

As if the aesthetics of this wintery mess are not enough, wet and muddy floors also present a real safety hazard for those that walk on them. In addition, the effects that extreme temperature changes, rain, snow, ice, and salt have on our floors can be very detrimental. Over time this can lead to costly repairs or replacement.

Floor Care Tips For Different Floor Types

There is no one-size-fits-all when it comes to proper floor care. Different floor types require different approaches to cleaning and maintenance, approaches that a professional floor care company will thoroughly understand and be able to implement for you.

Wood Floors

Wood floors expand and contract in response to temperature and humidity changes. In the cold winter months, wood floors will contract to leave gaps between planks. While this is normal behavior for a wood floor, it presents additional challenges for cleaning the floors. Water, dirt and salt will often settle in these gaps and can damage the wood and prevent the gaps from closing when the weather warms. It is important that all foreign materials be removed from these gaps to ensure the health of your wood floors.

Thorough cleaning and polishing of your wood floors prior to the winter months can help mitigate the damaging effects of water, ice, dirt, and salt. Regular professional wood floor cleaning services will ensure that your floors retain their health and beauty throughout the coming year.

Tile Floors

While tile floors fare better under harsh winter conditions, they still require proper care and regular maintenance. Different types of tile require different cleaning methods and chemical cleaning products. Some tile floors react poorly to harsh chemicals and abrasive cleaning techniques while others require more rigorous cleaning.

In the winter months, the grout between tiles can become discolored and dirty. Regular professional grout cleanings will ensure that your floor’s grout will retain its integrity and color, leaving your floors clean and inviting.

Linoleum Floors

Linoleum is a popular flooring choice because it is inexpensive and generally easy to care for, however, during the winter months excess sand, dirt, and salt can threaten your linoleum’s finish. These materials are abrasive and can scratch, mar, and dull the floor’s finish. During these more challenging seasons, it is important to pay additional attention to your linoleum and step up your floor care program accordingly.

Like all types of flooring, linoleum requires specific cleansers and techniques to ensure proper care. If you are uncertain how to care for vinyl or linoleum floors, contact a professional floor care specialist.

Carpeting

Carpet needs more frequent vacuuming during the winter months due to the elements and more time spent indoors. Wet shoes carrying dirt, salt, and deicing chemicals can quickly cause staining and visible ‘traffic paths’ on your carpet. If this debris is not fully removed with regular vacuuming and deep cleaning, it can break down carpet fibers and decrease the lifespan of your floor covering.

Regular vacuuming, spot treatment of spills and stains, and mid and postseason deep cleaning by a commercial carpet cleaning company will help your carpet look great throughout the Winter season and beyond. Check to see if the commercial carpet cleaning services near you offer any seasonal carpet cleaning specials this time of year.

 

Need Help With Your Winter Floor Care?

Complete Care Maintenance has decades of experience caring for floors of all types. Call or contact us today to learn how we can help your floors this winter.

08 Nov 2021
Property management cleaning

5 Tips for Tracking Rental Property Expenses

If you own and oversee multiple investment properties, you are responsible for managing several income streams and allocating funds for various necessities. For instance, you might pay for cleaning services from Complete Care Maintenance, hire a handyman to handle repairs, and cover the costs to install new appliances. Failing to track your expenses properly can result in financial hardship down the road. Here’s how to stay on top of your investment property expenses to make the right financial decisions for your business.

 

Form an LLC

 

Forming a limited liability company for your rental property business will make it easier to manage your finances. Plus, this business structure will grant you all kinds of benefits. For instance, you can protect your personal assets from litigation with this status. In order to file for an LLC in New Jersey, you can work with a lawyer, but this requires considerable fees. Instead, you can file through an affordable online formation service in order to save money.

 

Expenses to Track

 

Which expenses should you be tracking? Naturally, you’ll need to keep track of expenditures for maintenance, repairs, landscaping, and property management cleaning services. Regular maintenance and cleaning will keep your tenants happy! You will also need to record fixed costs, such as your mortgage, property taxes, and any insurance policies you have taken out on the property. Finally, if you pay for web hosting for your rental business or pay to place online ads for your properties, don’t forget to include figures for these costs. In real estate, even minor expenses can add up over time.

 

Helpful Software

 

You don’t need to track your expenses by jotting notes down with pen and paper. Instead, you can use different software programs to automatically record your income and expenses. For instance, you can purchase comprehensive property management software. Rentrax suggests looking for property management software that offers features like profit and expense tracking, document management support, tenant screenings, and maintenance scheduling. In addition, bookkeeping software that includes an invoicing function makes it easier to pay your contractors and prepare tax statements.

 

Financial Documents

 

Ideally, you’ll be able to find a software program that allows you to automatically create various financial statements. This can be very useful when it’s time to report your income and pay your taxes. Bigger Pockets recommends creating documents like rental owner statements, income expense reports, cash flow statements, and balance sheets.

 

Creating clear financial documents will help you determine how much money you’re actually making off of your investment properties. You’ll be able to see areas where you should reduce costs, and you can also figure out whether or not you have the funds available to renovate your current properties in order to increase rent or even invest in additional properties.

 

Paying Taxes

 

Filing your taxes on your own can be complicated. While it might be tempting to use software that allows you to file taxes by yourself, you might have complex questions that only a specialist will be able to answer. Therefore, it’s a good idea to work with an accountant who specializes in real estate businesses. You’ll enjoy peace of mind knowing that you’re working with an industry expert. You will need to report all of the income you received from your investment properties, and you may also be able to deduct certain expenses.

 

Real estate income from investment properties is anything but passive! In order to maximize the return on your investment, you need to be financially savvy. With these tips, you’ll be able to track every penny of your expenses so that you can budget accurately and maintain a sustainable source of income for years to come.

 

Need a cleaning service for your commercial or residential properties? Complete Care Maintenance can get the job done! Call us today at 609-275-8227 to book our services.

 

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30 Oct 2021
commercial cleaning

Commercial Cleaning Services to Make Your Business Stand Out

As states throughout the U.S. ease Covid-19 restrictions, business owners are navigating the reopening process. While getting back to the workplace is a welcome change for many people, it presents many unique challenges. Hiring a commercial cleaning service may help your business overcome some of these challenges.

About 80% of small businesses in the U.S. have partially or fully reopened. Still, many expect the impacts of the pandemic to linger. According to a U.S. Chamber of Commerce poll, 55% of business owners believe it will be six to 12 months before the economic climate returns to normal.

One of the most notable impacts of the pandemic is customer expectations with regard to cleanliness. Customers today expect businesses to adhere to strict cleaning and disinfecting protocols and many will walk out if their standards are not met. This is why nearly half of small businesses surveyed in the aforementioned U.S. Chamber of Commerce poll said they plan to increase their cleaning and disinfecting protocols.

One way businesses can meet customer expectations for cleanliness is to hire commercial cleaning services to manage their facilitys’ cleaning needs. For most businesses the advantages of hiring professionals are clear.

How Commercial Cleaning Services Can Help

  • Trained and Dedicated Staff – Rather than absorbing the cost of hiring, training, and managing in-house cleaning crews, many businesses will hire commercial cleaning professionals. Qualified commercial cleaning companies already have trained staff that knows how to clean and disinfect. Properly trained professional cleaning crews follow strict protocols to ensure that surfaces are both clean and sanitized. Plus, their knowledge and experience allow them to hit the ground running.
  • Tools and Equipment – In order to increase cleaning protocols businesses will need to invest in cleaning chemicals, tools, equipment, and protective gear. By hiring a commercial cleaning company they can avoid the initial and ongoing costs associated with those tools and equipment.
  • A Deeper Clean – Well-organized and professional cleaning crews are very good at their jobs. They clean areas that most people would overlook. In addition, commercial cleaning crews are trained to clean properly. They know how to identify and disinfect high-touch surfaces. They understand the dangers of cross-contamination and are trained to mitigate it and they understand the cleaning and disinfecting process.
  • Consumer Perceptions – Most consumers believe that commercial cleaning crews are better at cleaning than a company’s regular staff and that perception is generally true. Even with a well-defined training program and dedicated staff, it is unlikely that your day-to-day employee will match the cleaning standards of a commercial cleaning crew.

Advertising Your Commitment to Cleanliness

Regardless if you opt to perform cleaning and disinfecting duties in-house or hire a commercial cleaning company, there are costs involved. It is important for businesses to ensure that those costs realize some return on investment. Here are some ways that you can advertise your commitment to cleanliness and help your business stand out:

  • Ask For or Purchase Signage – Many commercial cleaning companies will provide window stickers or signage that can help you promote your cleaning protocols. Adding a simple sign at the entrance to your establishment that reads “Cleaned and Sanitized by Complete Care Maintenance” can help your customers and staff to feel safer.
  • Hire Porter and Matron Services – Ask your commercial cleaning company if they offer porter and matron services. These services provide onsite cleaning staff to maintain your facility’s cleanliness during regular business hours. There is no better way to advertise your commitment to cleanliness than having cleaning staff actively working during business hours.
  • Provide PPE and Hand Sanitizer – Providing disposable face masks and well-marked hand sanitizing stations throughout your establishment lets customers know that you care about their well-being. Encourage your staff to utilize these facilities as well.

Want to Learn More About Commercial Cleaning Services?

Complete Care Maintenance can show you how to make your business stand out with regard to health and cleanliness. Call or contact us today to learn how our commercial cleaning services can help!

20 Oct 2021
office cleaning

Office Cleaning Protocols For Flu Season

Flu season is a productivity killer. According to the Centers for Disease Control, U.S. employees miss 17 million days of work each year because of the flu, costing employers an estimated $7 billion in lost productivity. This flu season is complicated by the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, another productivity killer. In fact, an analysis by the non-profit Integrated Benefits Institute (IBI) found that spending for absent workers due to the coronavirus is estimated to total $50.5 billion. Now is the time to review and update your office cleaning protocols to prepare for this double threat.

Review Current Office Cleaning Protocols

A good place to start is by reviewing your current office cleaning protocols. Is your current cleaning regimen effective enough to mitigate the risks posed by both influenza and COVID-19?

Hopefully, you are being proactive in response to the ongoing pandemic. If so, your cleaning protocols have likely been upgraded in the last twelve months. If you are one of the millions of businesses that have enlisted the services of a commercial office cleaning service, you are already ahead of the game.

Even if you are utilizing a commercial office cleaning company, now is a good time to speak with them about what steps they will be taking to help mitigate the risks of the dual viral threat. Your office cleaning company should be able to tell you what steps they are currently taking to prevent the spread of germs and offer suggestions as to how to enhance your cleaning protocols.

What Your Cleaning Regimen Should Include

Your office cleaning regimen, be it in-house or outsourced, should include regular deep cleanings, high-touch surface disinfection protocols, and policies and procedures for avoiding cross-contamination. In addition, you should be considering ventilation system cleaning and pre-season carpet and upholstery cleaning.

Hot Spots and High-Touch Surfaces- Hot spots and high-touch surfaces are those areas that are shared and used frequently throughout the day. They typically include door handles and knobs, telephones, elevator buttons, shared office equipment, keyboards, computer mice, water coolers, coffee pots, and any common areas like restrooms, breakrooms, and kitchens.

These areas should be thoroughly cleaned and disinfected every day and routinely wiped down with proper disinfectants throughout the day.

Regular Deep Cleaning – Deep cleanings should be left to a qualified office cleaning company that has the tools and experience to do the job right. This type of cleaning is time consuming and requires experienced cleaning crews. A deep cleaning will include cleaning of areas that are not typically covered during routine upkeep.

A deep cleaning will include things like inside and behind refrigerators and microwaves, under cabinets, carpet, blinds/curtains, and upholsteries. It will involve detailed floor scsrubbing and polishing, comprehensive restroom cleaning and sanitization, thorough cleabning of workstations and common areas, and dusting of vents and baseboards .

Avoiding Cross-Contamination – This is another area where it pays to utilize a commercial office cleaning company. Commercial office cleaning staff understand the danger of cross-contamination and how to mitigate it. They follow a cleaning process which often utilizes color coded equipment for use in certain areas of your office to avoid moving germs and bacteria from one area to the next. They also have sufficient cleaning supplies so that they can replace cleaning cloths, mop heads, etc when cleaning seperate areas.

Need Help With Your Office Cleaning Protocols

Complete Care Maintenance can help you to evaluate your current office cleaning protocols and offer suggestions on how they can be improved. Call or contact us today and let us help your office stay safe and sanitary this flu season.

10 Oct 2021
Commercial Cleaning

Hidden Costs of In-House Commercial Cleaning

Maintaining a clean and organized facility can be a monumental task and utilizing in-house commercial cleaning staff can be costly. In fact, there are many costs associated with in-house commercial cleaning that may not even be on your radar. In this post, we will take a look at some of the costs associated with keeping your commercial cleaning in-house.

Human Resources

When you manage an in-house commercial cleaning crew there are significant costs in human resources. There are recruitment, hiring, training, and management costs as well as the costs associated with employee benefits. These costs can be substantial and ongoing.

Outsourcing your facility cleaning to a reputable commercial cleaning company eliminates these costs and shifts human resource responsibilities to the commercial cleaning provider.

Commercial Cleaning Products

Utilizing in-house commercial cleaning requires you to purchase and store your own commercial cleaning products. Not to mention training your staff on the safe handling of commercial cleaning chemicals, what chemicals to use on which surfaces, and how to properly store them. Of course, you will also require storage space that could be better utilized for more productive activities.

Hiring a commercial cleaning company to manage your facility’s cleaning eliminates these costs as well. A professional cleaning crew will bring all the necessary cleaning supplies and equipment to your facility and have the training and experience to use them safely and efficiently.

Asset Protection

An in-house commercial cleaning crew may not have the training and experience to know how certain chemicals can damage particular surfaces. Using too harsh a chemical on wood floors or granite can be a costly mistake that damage or reduce the lifespan of these surfaces.

Professional commercial cleaning companies are well versed in the proper care of a variety of common surface materials and will help to extend the useful lifespan of your facility’s assets.

Commercial Cleaning Equipment

Does your facility own a floor polishing machine or scrubber? Probably not. While you may have a vacuum and a mop on hand, chances are you do not have commercial-grade cleaning equipment. Commercial-grade vacuums, floor scrubbers, polishers, carpet cleaning machines, and other heavy-duty equipment is expensive to purchase and maintain.

A qualified commercial cleaning company will have this equipment on-hand and will have trained staff that knows how to operate and maintain it.

Higher Quality Cleaning

Regardless of how well you train your in-house staff, it is unlikely they will be as good at cleaning as a professionally trained and experienced commercial cleaning company. Poorly trained cleaning staff may not provide the level of cleaning and sanitation that you and your customers expect. And a ‘less than clean’ facility can hurt your bottom line.

Not only does an unclean facility make a bad impression on your customers, but it can also impact employee morale, productivity, and absenteeism.

Hiring an established commercial cleaning company will ensure that your facility is thoroughly cleaned and sanitized regularly, improving your reputation and protecting employee health.

Complete Care Maintenance Can Help

If you would like help evaluating the costs associated with in-house cleaning vs. outsourced commercial cleaning, Complete Care Maintenance can help! Call or contact us today for a free, onsite evaluation.

 

01 Oct 2021
Distribution Center Cleaning Services

Distribution Center Cleaning For A Safer Workplace

A distribution center can be a dangerous place to work. A dirty and disorganized distribution center can be a deadly place to work. In fact, the US Bureau of Labor Statistics reported an average of 16 fatalities every year in the U.S. warehousing and storage sector and a reported injury and illness rate of 5 out of every 100 warehouse and storage workers. One of the easiest ways to improve worker safety in your distribution center is through professional distribution center cleaning.

How Commercial Distribution Center Cleaning Improves Worker Safety

A Clean Distribution Center Helps Reduce Slips and Falls

Professional distribution center cleaning removes clutter and obstacles that can result in tripping and falling accidents. Slips, trips, and falls are some of the most common distribution center accidents. In fact, the HSE reported that in 2018/19, slips, trips, or falls accounted for the greatest amount of non-fatal injuries.

Slips, trips, and falls can often occur in a warehouse or distribution center environment because of the fast-moving nature of this type of work. Hazards such as discarded boxes, box ties, cables, or spilled substances can all cause injury. Failure to remove, identify or make safe a hazard is not only dangerous but also breaches health and safety protocols.

Distribution Center Cleaning Improves Indoor Air Quality

Indoor air quality can be two to five times worse than outdoor air quality and can pose a serious health threat to exposed workers, especially those suffering from asthma and other respiratory illness. Even for workers not affected by respiratory illness, poor indoor air quality can still result in health problems. Poor indoor air quality has been associated with headaches, fatigue, reduced concentration, and irritation of the eyes, nose, and throat.

Regular professional cleaning can help reduce the amount of dust and allergens within your distribution center, providing cleaner, safer air for workers. This, in turn, can reduce absenteeism and workplace injuries due to a lack of focus. This results in greater worker satisfaction and increased productivity.

A Clean and Sanitary Distribution Center Reduces the Spread Of Illness

Even in a world free of a lingering pandemic, regular distribution center cleaning and sanitizing have proven to be the key to reducing the spread of germs. Professional distribution center cleaning crews understand the importance of cleaning and sanitizing your workplace. They are well versed in cleaning and sanitation protocols, how to mitigate cross-contamination, and the importance of disinfecting high-touch surfaces.

Professional cleaning and sanitation of your distribution center can help to mitigate the spread of disease in your facility. This helps reduce absenteeism and promotes a much healthier work environment for your staff.

Need Help Maintaining A Clean And Safe Distribution Center?

Complete Care Maintenance’s distribution center cleaning services are the perfect fit for distribution centers, manufacturing plants, industrial facilities, and large retail operations. Our warehouse cleaning teams use state-of-the-art equipment and techniques designed for cleaning large spaces. We work within all OSHA guidelines and always provide highly qualified and supervised crews. Call or contact us today for a free onsite evaluation and no-obligation quote.

 

 

 

 

20 Sep 2021
property management cleaning

Property Management Cleaning Is The Key To Successful Rentals

Whether you are managing residential or commercial rentals, as a property manager, one of your most important responsibilities is to ensure that your rentals are clean and inviting. A clean property is not only important for attracting prospective tenants but also to ensure the satisfaction of existing tenants. Presenting your rental property in its best light involves more than just clean and inviting rental units. Clubhouses, gyms, rental offices, and even your parking lot all contribute to the appeal of your property. Hiring a professional property management cleaning company will help ensure that every aspect of your rental property is ready to impress.

FOUR WAYS PROPERTY MANAGEMENT CLEANING CAN IMPROVE YOUR RENTAL BUSINESS

Consistently High Standards Of Cleaning

A quality commercial property management cleaning service will provide consistent, high-quality cleaning services.  When it comes to rental properties, consistency is key. Tenants get accustomed to a minimum standard of cleanliness and they come to expect it. Any deviation from that standard can cause problems. A professional property management cleaning service will help your rental achieve and maintain a consistent level of cleanliness. They will have clear standards for defining cleanliness and established protocols for achieving that standard every time.

Faster Turn Around and Higher Rental Rates

Not only do professional property management cleaners maintain high standards of cleanliness, but they also provide faster turnaround. Professional cleaners have processes and systems in place that allow them to achieve an exceptional level of cleanliness in record time. This means that your rental units are show-ready faster which equates to faster turnover rates and higher occupancy. In fact, studies show that cleaning and staging of rental properties

In addition to a faster turnaround, well-maintained properties tend to garner higher rental rates. Tenants appreciate a clean, well-maintained property and they are willing to pay for it.

Professional Property Management Cleaning Saves Money

While it may sound counter-intuitive, professional property management cleaning saves money in the long run. Regular professional cleaning protects carpets, floors, and other surfaces in your rentals and reduces wear and tear. This reduces repair and replacement costs and extends the life of your rentals.

Additionally, well-maintained properties tend to retain tenants for longer periods of time, which means less money spent on marketing and tenant acquisition.

Finally, professional property management cleaning service providers utilize their own cleaning equipment and chemicals; one less expense for property managers.

Outsourcing Your Cleaning Saves Time

Utilizing a commercial property management cleaning service relieves property managers of the onerous and time-consuming task of cleaning. This allows property managers and owners additional time to focus on other aspects of their business. Managers who focus on improving their business systems become better at it and their business grows as a result. They establish a good reputation among their peers and outside their industry. That status draws opportunities to them in the form of higher quality tenants and more affluent clients.

Choosing The Right Property Management Cleaning Service

Not all property management cleaning services are created equal and choosing the right service is key to a successful relationship. When selecting a vendor follow these guidelines to ensure you are getting the most bang for your buck:

  • Look for a company that has experience with property management cleaning.
  • Ensure that the company you choose is both bonded and insured.
  • Ask what type of cleaning products and equipment they use.
  • Check their online reviews and ask for references.
  • Ensure that they provide the range of services that your property requires.
  • Ask for an onsite evaluation to ensure they can meet your needs.

If you are looking for property management cleaning services in New Jersey or Pennsylvania, call on Complete Care Maintenance. We have extensive experience with property management cleaning and can accommodate properties of any size.