As a bank manager, you have several things to consider when outsourcing your commercial cleaning services, including:
Does your prospective cleaning company conduct federal and/or criminal background checks on employees tasked with cleaning financial institutions?
When gathering quotes for services, make sure that the company is equipped to handle multiple facilities. You may also want the cleaning company’s representative to tour each branch with you should you have location-specific issues that may require a more customized cleaning approach.
Additionally, ask if the company’s employees are bonded. By answering these few questions above, you can narrow down your choices when searching for a bank cleaning company. Plus, you ensure that you hire a quality cleaning company that is trustworthy and deserving of your business.
WHAT ARE THE BENEFITS OF OUTSOURCING BANK CLEANING?
It’s no surprise that appearance plays a significant role in how customers will judge your business. Bank customers have four basic cleanliness expectations for a financial institution: – It is adequately lit (good lighting) – It looks clean – It smells clean – The Restrooms are fully-stocked and well-maintained
REQUESTING A BANK CLEANING QUOTE: WHAT TO DO FIRST?
To get the most accurate estimate, be ready to answer 5 basic questions about pricing for bank cleaning.
Do you have any special cleaning requests? These requests might include bathroom cleaning, floor maintenance, special cleaning hours, etc.
What is the size of your bank? How many square feet do you need to be cleaned? Do you want your entire branch professionally cleaned or just a portion?
Do you have multiple branches? If so, be prepared to give your prospective cleaning company the total square footage of each that you want to be cleaned.
How often do you want them to clean? Do you want your facility cleaned nightly, weekly, monthly, etc.?
How old is your building, and what shape is it in?
If you’re ready to find a commercial cleaning company for your bank, gather up your answers to those questions above and request a free quote today.
FINDING A COMMERCIAL CLEANER