Contact Us

877 - 4 - SERVCO | 718 - 409 - 2310

Recent Blog Posts

  • Quiz: Is It Time For A New Cleaning Service?

    When you come into work do things just seem off? Are the crumbs from the sandwich you ate at your desk yesterday still there? Take this quiz to find out if you a new cleaning service.

    When you come into work do things just seem off? Are the crumbs from the sandwich you ate at your desk yesterday still there?  Take this quiz to find out if you a new cleaning service.

  • Young woman cleaning workplace with computer monitor in the office3 Ways Professional Office Cleaning Services Benefit Your Employees’ Health

    Even the smallest office environments require constant upkeep to remain in ideal condition for maximum employee health and wellness. Without a clean work environment, employees often suffer mental and physical health problems from exposure to germs and other workplace hazards. In fact, according to Stanford Professor Jeffrey Pfeffer, employers must closely control the quality and cleanliness of their office space to show they are “serious about managing the health of their workforce and controlling health care costs.” When you invest in high quality cleaning services for your office environment, you acquire the three following benefits for your employees.

    Boost Mental Wellness

    With many employees spending more than half of their waking hours at work, the office environment can have a huge impact on their mental health. Cluttered and messy work environments, for example, contribute to increased employees stress levels, which can negatively impact mental health over time. Constant stress can lead to a number of severe health problems, including anxiety and depression. When depression sets in, employees end up having to take twice as many sick days throughout the year to cope with the symptoms and seek medical care.
    By keeping your office environment clean and orderly, you can immediately…

  • Servco5 Signs You Need a New Office Cleaning Service

    Imagine walking over the same rug, day in and day out, for months and years. One day, you muse that the floor isn’t quite even. Then, a while later, people start stumbling as they walk through the room. Then, someone suggests moving the rug. When you lift it up, low and behold; the floor wasn’t uneven, your guests’ weren’t just prone to stumbling – dirt was being swept under it this whole time!

    The “rug” is your building. And the dirt being swept under it may well be the cleaning quality of the service you’re receiving. But, like slowly accumulating dirt swept under a rug, the steady decline in quality of service from your current company may be too subtle to notice. You may not even realize that the negative side effects of inadequate cleaning are, well, the result of inadequate cleaning!

  • Vendors shaking handsHow it Costs More to Hire Vendors Who Charge Less

    One of the truisms of life is that you get what you pay for – most of the time. When it comes to outsourcing janitorial cleaning services for your school, healthcare facility, or office; you want to err on the side of caution and avoid going for the lowest priced bidder. These are a few important reasons why.

  • cleaning serviceWhy Outsourcing Your Cleaning Services is a Better Option than Self Performance

    Cleaning your office or business space is a lot more important than you may realize. When done right, it presents a healthier work environment and makes your business more attractive to paying customers. When done wrong, cleaning services can bring a world of pain to your employees and your bottom line. Some businesses believe that it is a wise move to use existing staff to handle the cleaning responsibilities of the business, but this could be a huge mistake for all the following reasons.

  • Mop bucket on cleaning in processCross Contamination by Your Cleaning Contractor and its Toll on Your Health

    If you aren’t careful when choosing cleaning contractors, you might find that it could prove detrimental to your health and workplace productivity. The more you understand the potential consequences of cross contamination in the workplace – and its potential toll on your health the better prepared you will be to ask the right questions when hiring cleaning contractors.