Crash Course in Commercial Cleaning
As the webmaster for Commercial Building Maintenance I’m tasked with creating content for this website.
The best way to do this is to learn what a commercial cleaning company does, from the ground up.
When Sean needed an extra hand cleaning a car dealership in Frederick Maryland, I suggested he use me (the Local SEO and Webmaster of CBM LLC).
This is my first foray into the world of commercial cleaning and this is the first in a series of posts I’m going to make to share what I discovered about the janitorial services industry:
Nightly cleaning of a car dealership
This car dealership is selling a lot of cars, there are desks for 15 car salespeople, and 3 desks for sales managers (18 trashcans to empty), interestingly you can see which desks sold cars that day by the fingerprint smudges on the desk. There are 2 offices for the credit manager (2 paper shredders to empty). There are 4 more trash cans to empty upstairs in the credit offices, 5 more for the Service Writers, 3 others in the auto mechanics locker room.
Grand Total Trash Cans – 30
The showroom floor is a ceramic tile floor (strong enough for cars to be driven inside for display), this tile we use a bleach and soap solution. The offices have linoleum tiles… no bleach on those.
Glass Entrance Doors have fingerprints to clean
This Frederick Maryland car dealership has 4 entrance doors, double doors, all with fingerprint smudges to clean
There are 5 bathrooms in this car dealership:
“I’ve learned that the most important part of a commercial cleaning contract is to clean a bathroom toilet!”