When you work in an office and you need your windows cleaned, there are really two different ways to approach it. You can either have your employees do the job, probably poorly, and while they should be doing real work, or you can hire a window cleaning professional to do it. Here are a few reasons why you might want to consider professional office cleaning:
1. Getting the Job Done the Right Way
Commercial window cleaners from Jan-Pro are considered professionals for a reason: They do a professional quality job. What might take your staff the whole day to do, a professional window cleaning service might be able to finish up in an hour or two.
With the right chemicals, the right tools, the right training, and the right people, the job is easier for a professional, it’s quicker, and it’s much safer. If you want spotless windows and you want them done in a reasonable amount of time, it makes more sense to hire a pro than it does to hire a pro to retrain your staff on the right way to wash windows.
2. Reinvesting into the Local Economy
The phrase we’ve been hearing time and again over the last few years has been “Wall Street is thriving at the expense of Main Street.” Regardless of political opinions, it’s hard to argue against any action that benefits your local economy and small businesses. Hiring a professional to wash your windows allows that professional to stay in business and further reinvest that money into other local businesses.
Spending money isn’t a bad thing, it’s only a bad thing if you’re sending your money in the wrong direction. If you put it back into your local economy, it may eventually come back to you, in fact. Invest in your own circle, in your own small tribe, and they’ll invest in you.
3. Saving Money
The funny thing about having a professional do the job for you is that it’s actually cheaper. When you have your staff do it, you have to buy the materials, and you have to pay your staff to wash the windows instead of doing their normal work. In the long run, it just doesn’t make sense to have your team do the job to “save a few bucks” when a window cleaning professional can do the same job in less time for less money.
Keeping your place clean is important. You hire a janitor to clean the bathrooms, you pay the city to take away your garbage, so it doesn’t really make sense not to outsource window washing, too.
Of course, supposing it’s a small mom and pop store and you can either hire a professional or do it yourself when business is slow, go ahead and do it yourself, but when it comes to paying your staff to do it or paying a professional to do it, the reason he or she is called a professional is because they can do it better, faster and cheaper than most people.