How To Keep Your Business Clean Without Burning A Hole In Your Budget

Clean Sweep UK
April 19, 2017

Whether you manage a restaurant, office or warehouse, keeping your business clean and tidy may be a concern. From minimising the risk of slips and falls to ensuring customers are happy with standards, clean premises play an important role in the success of a business. However, keeping your business clean can also be time consuming and costly. Keen to minimise the impact business cleaning has on your business and budget? Read on for our top tips:

 

Don’t be afraid of outsourcing cleaning tasks

If you run a small business, you may feel tempted to delegate cleaning jobs to employees in non-cleaning related positions. However, this is unlikely to be the most cost effective solution. Not only can this negatively affect productivity by preventing staff from doing the work they’re trained to do, it can also lead to ineffective results and poor standards. By outsourcing your cleaning tasks to a team of professionals, the job’s likely to be completed faster and better results can be achieved.

 

Hire professional cleaning tools

Industrial cleaning equipment such as scrubber dryers, pressure washers and mini road sweepers can add immense value to your business. They can reduce the amount of time your staff spend cleaning while also delivering much greater results than traditional cleaning tools like mops and buckets.

There’s just one problem: cost. Professional cleaning tools can cost thousands of pounds to buy outright, burning a hole in just about any company’s budget. Thankfully, with the help of industrial cleaning equipment hire services, you can access these business-changing tools without the upfront cost. Here at Clean Sweep, we’ll send the machine you need straight to your company’s door for immediate use. You’ll pay an affordable hire fee each month and when you’re finished with the tool, simply give us a call and we’ll send someone to collect it from you.

 

Introduce a thorough cleaning schedule

Whether your company is big enough to have an internal cleaning team or you bring in an external company, introduce a thorough cleaning schedule and ensure jobs are kept on top of. If you procrastinate and fail to clean regularly, you run the risk of opening your business up to more costly issues. A dirty and untidy workplace can increase the likelihood of accidents such as slips, trips and falls. Failure to keep on top of a thorough cleaning schedule could also attract pests such as mice, rats and cockroaches.