• Why Should I Have a Carpet Maintenance Contract for My Business?

    Here’s how the right commercial services can make a difference for your business.

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    If you own a business and don’t have commercial services in place, it’s time for you to consider it. There are so many benefits to outsourcing your cleaning, improvements, and maintenance. One of those services is your carpet cleaning. Here’s why a contract is the best choice for carpet maintenance:

    Cost of Outsourcing

    On average it costs less to outsource your janitorial services than it does to do them in-house and this includes carpet cleaning. You don’t have to pay for insurance, workman’s comp, training, benefits, or vacations. You just have to pay for the service when you need it.

    Need for Routine Carpet Maintenance

    One of the most important aspects of your business is the impression you give to your clients and customers. If your office or building looks dirty and dingy, that reflects negatively on you as a company. The problem is knowing when to clean.

    We often become desensitized to things we see every day, and we don’t notice when the carpets are starting to show signs of use and abuse. That’s where a contract comes in. It provides regular, scheduled cleaning based on your budget and your needs. You don’t have to remember when it’s time to clean the carpets; your contract does that for you.

    Reliability and Guarantee

    When you have a carpet maintenance contract, you can count on consistency with cleaning and reliability with service. You’ll be working with the same company over time that will understand the specific needs of you and your business and will guarantee their work.

    As a business owner, you understand the importance of appearance to your employees and your customers. Keeping your store, building, or office space clean is part of the recipe for success.

    When you’re putting commercial services in place for your business, contact Whitehall Carpet Cleaners for the right carpet maintenance contract to fit your needs and you budget.

    By: Matt Lashway Wednesday, April 29, 2015
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