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  • Our Vacuum's Suck But We Don't!

    Honestly what is the key to getting good cleaning services for your business? It's the individual cleaner that we hire to clean your facility. Since 1982 we have been providing commercial cleaning services to great companies in the Denver Metro Area. Providing good cleaning is not rocket science: 1) We interview and select cleaners by experience, knowledge of techniques, ability to work with others and with customers, desire to please the customer, their work history, and more importantly their Maturity. We even go as far as to take a look at the condition of a candidates vehicle to see if it's keep clean and neat. 2) We perform a detailed background check on all perspective cleaners. 3) We train all workers in a method of limited multitasking capacity to ensure they understand all site specific and scope of work details. 4) We make sure all cleaners have good equipment and supplies 5) We empower workers to be proactive and help our customers pursuant to the work we provide and look to ways to enhance the service we provide overall. 6) We pay them above average for the industry. 7) We limit change and unnecessary disruptions to schedules and tasks to ensure consistent service. That's THE CREW way...

  • Choosing the right Cleaning Company

    How To Choose The Right Commercial Cleaning Service 1) Find out how long they have been in business and look them up at your secretary of state business search to ensure they are telling you the truth. Any commercial cleaning service that has been in business for more than 10 years is probably a fair candidate. 2) Who do they presently service and verify their references. 3) What trade organizations are they a part of, i.e. Building Service Contractors Association etc... 4) Most importantly... Who do they hire, what is their policy for checking backgrounds, and make sure you meet their staff before placement to make sure they are a good fit. You want mature and experienced workers who can communicate with you. You would not allow anyone into your home,so why would you allow a person in your business that has the keys and access to tens of thousands of dollars worth of assets that you no nothing about?

  • Choose The Right Cleaning Service

    How To Choose The Right Commercial Cleaning Service 1) Find out how long they have been in business and look them up at your secretary of state business search to ensure they are telling you the truth. Any commercial cleaning service that has been in business for more than 10 years is probably a fair candidate. 2) Who do they presently service and verify their references. 3) What trade organizations are they a part of, i.e. Building Service Contractors Association etc... 4) Most importantly... Who do they hire, what is their policy for checking backgrounds, and make sure you meet their staff before placement to make sure they are a good fit. You want mature and experienced workers who can communicate with you. You would not allow anyone into your home,so why would you allow a person in your business that has the keys and access to tens of thousands of dollars worth of assets that you no nothing about?

  • Janitorial Prices

    Everyone wants the lowest cost and the best service... There are things you should know before you select and hire a janitorial service provider: 1) Who are you getting for the price? Cleaning companies are known for playing games with offering a low price to reel in a prospective customer. They promise a lot but deliver very little and attempt to sign you up fast. Don't be fooled with the sell... Make sure the company you are interested in has the experience, the history, the consistent culture and most of all a staff that is mature, trained and work history to do the job right. Interview their staff that they propose placing in your facility. Check out their company and references to make sure they are who they say the are. Remember a cleaning company is only as good as the workers they place in your facility and if they are not a good fit it will not work and you will get unsatisfactory performance in the least. 2) Time is money... If you get a low price offer from a cleaning company are you getting the necessary time and effort to clean your facility well. Everyone knows how to clean so put yourself in their shoes and imagine how long would it take you to clean your facility and compare what they are offering in their service plan and how much time they plan on spending cleaning your facility each visit. Ask your present provider how long they spend and determine if it is adequate. 3) Nickel and diming... Many cleaning companies offer a low price and plan to make up their low cost by charging for any and every task not in the specifications. 4) Cheap Labor... If you want to know a lot about any cleaning company interview their staff prior to start. Paying low wages causes: a) High turnover. b) Poorly trained workers. c) Hiring suspect workers d) Unstable and security issues. e) Unsatisfactory results. 5) Don't let any janitorial provider sign you up for a long-term deal with terrible termination conditions. If you have to micro-manage and in some cases do their work, then why do you need them? A month to month service contract is best with thirty days notice to terminate is standard.

  • Cleaning Jobs

    We all want a high paying job... In every industry there exist high paying jobs. If you want to make a high income in the cleaning industry you must be at the top of your game. If you care about your work, care about the customer needs, follow through with your duties to the fullest and are very responsible you should succeed in the cleaning industry at a higher pay than others. Additionally you may want to consider working on a salary basis or contract basis to increase your hourly amount paid due to your expertise, speed and quality of work you can perform. Many individuals today clean a number of building per month on a salary/contract basis for a lump sum amount. In many cases these facilities/buildings may be smaller but the amount paid is higher because the cleaning company desires workers who take more care and pride in the service they perform without any supervision. As an example I have know individuals that make as much as $7,500 dollars a month cleaning buildings.