Cleaning. Anybody can do cleaning! Yes, this is true. However, everyone, and it doesn’t matter who you are, has a level or expectation of what it is to have a clean office environment.
Therefore, although it is true that anyone can do cleaning, it takes experience and insight to understand a client’s needs and expectations. For 55 years, including 30 years under the same ownership, Superior Maintenance Service has understood this concept.
The appearance of every office makes a statement. What is the image and perception that you want to get across to the public? Does a lawyer’s office have the same objective as an auto mechanic’s office? Most definitely! They both want the public’s perception of their individual enterprises to be met or exceeded. However, would they expect the same level of detail to be implemented in both office settings? That’s where we come in. We have an on-site meeting and walk through with every client. We work with you to establish your needs and expectations to establish your level of public perception and reconcile that with your budget.
The industry has changed over the past 20 years. Large cleaning companies have taken over multiple locations of Government offices and franchised buildings. For some, there could be an advantage to this. However, would you welcome a customized plan to fit your individual office setting?
We are a small-town, family business using modern methods and techniques. This will continue to put us at the top of the industry in our area. When you have an issue or special request, you talk to the owner. This is our advantage. If the same situation is presented to someone at a central office of a large company in a different city or a field rep makes their rounds every 3 months, is this going to service your needs for the best? The answer to this question is to use another. “What is your expectation?” But the more important one is ”What do I want the public to perceive about the cleanliness of my office?”
Give us a call, we would be happy to help you out with the answer.