We’ve all heard the sayings “you get what you pay for” or “buyer beware.” These apply to cleaning companies to their fullest extent. It has been our experience that most new client inquiries come from organizations experiencing deficiencies in quality with their current service provider or have experienced price hikes from their current provider.
No matter what factors have led you to search for a new cleaning contractor, keep in mind those two sayings we previously mentioned. Our instincts as buyers rapidly lead us to decide on the product or service that provides the best pricing, while ignoring the true value of what we are procuring. When contracting a new cleaning company, consider weighing the following: pricing, quality of work, how often the jobs are checked for quality assurance, company culture, customer service, and any other number of factors you probably won’t get with the “low-ball” offer.
If you hire a cheap cleaning company, you will most certainly get cheap service, cut corners, delayed customer service, and spaces left unclean. It may sound cliché, but you truly do get what you pay for. By no means are we recommending to choose the most expensive cleaning service; simply consider the true value of the service being provided. Take ProCleaners for example, we provide a clean and healthy workspace for a competitive price with an unrivaled attention to customer service. In other words, we offer the best value, which is price combined with what you get.