Probably the reason why most people contemplate a professional cleaner in the first place is because they’ve got better things to do with their time! Careers, children and numerous other commitments make it hard to find the time to keep the house (or office) spick and span. Forcing yourself to do cleaning you don’t really want to do will wear you out, not to mention the fact that you’re bound to do a poor job if your heart’s not in it.
Buying all the materials you need to clean a house or office is an expensive business. Aside from all the protective clothes, fluids, powders, cloths and brushes, there are bigger bits of equipment like vacuum cleaners and various other electricals. Decide to go DIY, and you’ll have spent a small fortune before anything’s even been cleaned. The professionals already have the stuff they need, and are raring to go!
Cleaning isn’t quite as easy as you might think. Sure, you probably know how to clean the bath properly, or make the beds, but there are other things that need more careful attention. Wooden floors for example, or expensive carpets and sofas. If you don’t know what you’re doing, you could end up doing more damage than good.
It’s been a hard day at the office, and the last thing you want is to return to mountains of dirty clothes and washing up. Life is made that little bit better when the house awaiting you is clean, tidy and fresh-smelling. Similarly, it creates a good atmosphere in the office each morning when desks and bins are refreshed and ready for another day.
We’ve all got a least-favourite chore, whether it’s ploughing through dreaded piles of ironing, putting out the bins, or (urgh) cleaning the toilet. Call in the professionals to deal with your specific pet hates and save the fun jobs for yourself!
Most professional cleaning companies have flexible schedules, probably a lot more flexible than your own. If you don’t need them in one day, or if you require them to work twice as many hours on a certain week, something can usually be sorted. Let them work around you!
Like parties for example. No one wants to clean up the aftermath of a party the morning after the night before, particularly if you’re still feeling the effects… Clever party planners will draft in professional cleaners, allowing them to stay in bed, drink tea and recuperate!
If you’re making your workforce do their own cleaning chores, chances are you won’t be very popular. Your employees are there to do a job, and cleaning isn’t one of them (unless you’re the boss of a cleaning company!). You’ll earn so much more respect from your workers when you hire someone to clean their workspaces for them.
Professional cleaners are trained, and though cleaning isn’t usually considered a dangerous occupation, it’s possible to put yourself at risk if you’re not sure what you’re doing. Climbing on chairs to brush away cobwebs, for example. Or mixing together cleaning fluids that shouldn’t be mixed. Play it safe: call in the pros.
Most of us don’t really consider the environment when it comes to cleaning. But certain cleaning chemicals can be seriously damaging. Hire people like Spotless World (we use eco-friendly, biodegradable, and pet-and-child-safe cleaning products), and your conscience can stay clean!