You’re Right: You Are Wasting Money on Your Cleaning Budget
Every day, the average custodian follows the same task list, top to bottom, one room at a time. Dusting, wiping high-touch zones, vacuuming, mopping, collecting trash, and over again. Some cleaning professionals have been doing the same thing for over 30 years; they may not have taken a step back from their daily activities to consider what improvement might look like. Wash, rinse, repeat. Auto-pilot.
But you’re not average, right?
Remember, products don’t clean, people do. The best thing you can do as a building manager or team-lead is invest in your people. Get them proper training and proper tools.
Imagine cutting vacuuming time by 40%. Imagine keeping dirt at the entrance instead of letting it move throughout the entire facility. Imagine maintaining a carpet well enough to add years to its lifetime. Imagine never having to strip and refinish a floor again.
We’ve been upgrading average custodians for years
We’ve worked with the University of the Fraser Valley, Correctional Services Canada, and hundreds of businesses toward the same goal: clean[er] facilities. We’ve even written a book on best cleaning practices. All it takes is a willingness to learn and attention.
Work with us to raise your team’s cleaning practices and awareness.
The best thing you can do as a building manager or team-lead is invest in your people.
Get Training in Your Facility
Here’s a list of topics we can cover
- Hard surface floors
- Carpet care
- Offices and classrooms
- Green cleaning and sustainability
- Window and mirrors
- Trash handling and safety
- Soil composition and chemical behaviour
- Bacteria and blood borne pathogens
- Health, safety, and ergonomics
- WHMIS and GHS
It’s time to invest in your cleaning team. We teach all of this as part of a 60-hour program, but you'll see results from your team in even 60 minutes. That’s why it’s necessary that we first understand the unique issues you’re facing in your facility. Schedule a FREE, 1-on-1 conversation with an expert now.
If you’re not ready for that yet, Start Here on your journey towards a clean[er] facility.