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•    Regularity: Contract cleaning typically involves a set schedule, such as daily, weekly, or bi-weekly visits, depending on the needs of the office.

•    Consistency: With a contract, you can expect consistent service as the cleaning company will adhere to the agreed-upon schedule and tasks.

•    Cost-effectiveness: Contract cleaning often offers discounted rates compared to ad hoc services, especially for long-term contracts.

•    Convenience: It provides the convenience of having a dedicated cleaning team familiar with the office layout and specific cleaning requirements.

•    Predictability: Budgeting becomes easier with fixed monthly or annual costs.


 Ad hoc

•    Flexibility: Ad hoc cleaning allows you to request cleaning services only when needed, giving you more flexibility to adjust based on office usage and budget.

•    No Long-term Commitment: There's no obligation to commit to a long-term contract, making it suitable for offices with fluctuating cleaning needs.

•    Cost: While ad hoc cleaning may be more expensive per visit compared to contracted services, it can be more cost-effective if cleaning needs are infrequent.

•    Specific Needs: It's suitable for occasional deep cleaning, one-time events, or emergencies.

•    No Fixed Schedule: While this offers flexibility, it may also lead to irregular cleaning if not managed effectively.

Scope of work

  • Dusting: Dusting surfaces such as desks, shelves, cabinets, and electronic equipment to remove accumulated dust and debris.

  • Vacuuming or Sweeping: Vacuuming carpets and rugs, and sweeping hard floors to remove dirt, dust, and other debris.

  • Mopping: Mopping hard floors with appropriate cleaning solutions to remove stains and spills, and to maintain cleanliness.

  • Trash Removal: Emptying trash cans and recycling bins, and replacing liners as needed.

  • Surface Disinfection: Cleaning and disinfecting frequently touched surfaces such as doorknobs, light switches, countertops, and shared equipment to reduce the spread of germs and bacteria.

  • Restroom Cleaning: Cleaning and sanitizing restrooms, including toilets, sinks, countertops, mirrors, and floors, to maintain hygiene standards.

  • Pantry Cleaning: Cleaning and sanitizing kitchen or pantry areas, including sinks, countertops, tables, chairs, and appliances.

  • Window Cleaning: Cleaning interior windows and glass surfaces to remove smudges, fingerprints, and dirt buildup.

  • Dusting and Wiping Furniture: Dusting and wiping furniture surfaces, including chairs, tables, and reception area furniture, to maintain cleanliness and appearance.

  • Stocking Supplies: Checking and restocking cleaning supplies, toiletries, and other consumables if needed.

  • Floor Care: Periodic tasks such as waxing, buffing, or polishing floors to maintain their appearance and extend their lifespan.

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