DIY Office Cleaning vs Professional Office Cleaning

DIY Office CleaningEvery office needs cleaning. Generally speaking the larger and busier it is the more often it will need cleaning. This could vary from daily to once a week depending on the situation and the number of employees.

Some people choose to go down the DIY route and do the office cleaning themselves. This is fair enough in theory but in practice professional office cleaning has much to commend it. For starters you can rest assured all the best products and equipment will be used to get the best results. The staff are also well-trained to provide the best service at all times. You have the flexibility to select the number of days per week and when during the day, or night, you would need the service. Finally, and most importantly, the job will get done!

You and your staff are freed up to do more important, value adding, activities you that are central to your business success.

“Many people are discovering how much easier it is to pass the cleaning duties on to someone else,” said a spokesman for ProCare Cleaning. “Professional cleaners will also ensure the clients get professional results every time, especially in our case with the ProCare Performance Bond in place to incentivise good work. If someone decides to do the cleaning themselves it can very easily be put off until a more convenient time arises, which of course it never does. This can lead to prolonged periods between cleaning and thus reduce the cleanliness of the office. Let us focus on what we do best whilst you focus on what do best, run a great business!”

Outsourcing Now Extends to Office Cleaning

Outsourced Office CleaningAn interesting piece in the executive section of the Sydney Morning Herald recently pointed out the popularity of outsourcing in the business world. Outsourcing frees up more time for business people of all shapes and sizes, enabling them to get on with more important tasks which add value to their business.

This definitely applies to office cleaning in all kinds of workplaces from the commercial sector to manufacturing. While cleaning may not seem as important as where to locate the call centre and how to find and retain more clients, it still has a vital role to play. A clean workplace has a direct knock-on effect in many ways, both on the surroundings and on the frame of mind of those working in the area.

Outsourcing means granting responsibility to someone else for a certain task

The article in the Sydney Morning Herald went on to focus on the outsourcing of low added value business tasks rather than those necessary for the growth and financial success of a business. As individuals people are also looking to outsource all kinds of tasks that are better done by another more experienced person who can do them efficiently and effectively at an affordable cost, freeing up the individual to have more time to spend on the things that make a real difference for them

“It’s interesting that outsourcing tasks such as office cleaning are now becoming more common both individuals as well as businesses,” a Procare Cleaning spokesperson said today. “In a busy modern world it is essential to make the most effective use of our time. Hence for example that could mean it is better to outsource tasks such as cleaning to other people who have the equipment and experience to do an excellent job.”