When you rely on commercial services to help keep your business clean, you want to know you’re covered in case of an unforeseen incident. But how can you tell? Here’s what you need to know about what commercial cleaners should have in place to protect you as well as their own business:
The number one thing a commercial cleaning company should have is insurance. In the event your flooring or carpet is damaged, or if there is any damage done to the furniture or the property, the cleaning company is covered. It takes away the risk for them and you, so you don't have to end up footing the bill for accidents, should they occur.
When a commercial carpet cleaning company is bonded, it only means they are covered should one of their employees steal from the customer or client. Though it's unusual for a reputable company to have issues such as theft, it can happen, and bonding protects both the cleaning company and your business.
Licensing is a term often associated with service industry companies although most companies need to be licensed. What it means is that they have paid their fees to the state to have a business license and a sales tax license in place.
Although none of the above can guarantee a job well done, being insured, bonded, and licensed shows that the company you’re giving your business to has done their due diligence to protect themselves and their customers. For commercial services you can count on to be licensed as well as provide quality service, contact the team at Whitehall Carpet Cleaners today.