Good office cleaning companies include Vanguard cleaning systems, Jan-Pro Franchising International Inc., Stratus Building Solutions, and CleanNet USA Inc, according to Entrepreneur. Molly Maid and Merry Maids offer good home cleaning services.
As of 2016, the best night office cleaning company is Office Pride, according to TopTenReviews.com. It is available to clients 24 hours a day to accommodate different business hours. Office Pride offers full cleaning services, including dusting, vacuuming, waxing floors, sanitizing restrooms and res
Indeed, KleenMark, Busy Bee and Simply Hired offer listings or company positions of jobs online in the commercial cleaning industry, as of 2015. Positions available depend on open jobs in the industry, individual companies and location.
While individual schedules may vary, most offices go through daily basic cleaning and thorough cleaning once a week. The size of the office, the number of employees who use it and the type of office furniture have a bearing on its cleaning schedule and on the amount of cleaning required.
Job websites, websites of cleaning and janitorial companies and corporate websites' careers sections list office cleaning jobs. Office cleaning positions may also list as custodial, janitorial or building maintenance positions.
A good name for a cleaning company should be catchy, creative and memorable, according to the Houston Chronicle. Choose a name that looks good on web pages, business cards and other company materials. Also, ensure that the name represents the overall style and personality of the company.
To start a cleaning company, apply for the relevant licenses, purchase cleaning supplies and equipment and advertise the business. The cleaning company may be independent or a franchise.
Starting up a cleaning business requires determining whether to purchase a franchise or setting up as an independent operator, as stated by Entrepreneur. Financing, contact information and pricing information is needed before the business can be marketed.
Find a job with a cleaning company at Indeed.com or CareerBuilder.com. These websites feature numerous cleaning jobs of various types, and no registration is required.
Obtain a license for an office cleaning business by contacting your county clerk or tax department to file for a general business license. Determine whether there is a need for any additional licenses, such as a vendor's license or a state-specific cleaning company license. The requirements for such