Running a business means there are a lot of decisions to be made and keeping it clean is a big task that takes priority. Even finding the right window cleaners is an important task to take care of.
Too many business owners fail to take care of this job as often as they should, partly because they don’t know how often they should be cleaning their windows. We want to help clear up any confusion, so let’s take a look at how often you should be having them cleaned.
What You Need to Know About Window Cleaning
Is high-rise window cleaning frequency the same as single-story buildings? Do you need to hire a pro to take care of this job?
These are all important questions you need to have answered before you make any decisions about your windows.
- The appearance of your building matters. This is what makes a good first impression on potential customers. It also impacts the morale of your employees. Appearances may not be everything but it certainly makes a huge difference.
- This is not the type of work you should attempt to take care of on your own. Your staff is not equipped to take care of this type of work so leave it for industry experts to handle.
- The frequency with which your windows should be cleaned is based on a number of factors, such as the amount of traffic and the type of industry. Even the location, such as proximity to a road or highway, can affect this.
- Office buildings may only need professional cleaning twice a year but a busy office lobby is likely to need this done as often as once a month. Probably not surprising, restaurants usually need cleaning twice a month.
The Shine On Group is ready, willing, and beyond eager to address your service needs. We are the Chicago window cleaning you can count on for quality work so give us a call today.
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