Why it is important to screen your future custodial staff

It’s very important to keep your office clean because a clean office creates a positive impression on visitors, helps keep away illness and also adds to the beauty of your space. Unfortunately, cleaning a workplace may become a tiresome and time-consuming task. This is the reason why you should hire a professional cleaning service. Cleaning professionals make sure that your office is always clean after they are done.

Some other important things to consider when hiring cleaning services in Phoenix, Chandler or surrounding areas are as follows:

– An important thing to consider while hiring cleaning services of Gilbert or Phoenix is to compare prices and services offered by each company. While a company may offer cheap prices, you should consider what products they are using and how often they would be coming by to clean your office.

– Ask for references to see how a cleaning company has performed in the past. Any good cleaning services of or Phoenix should have a great track record of keeping offices clean while being reliable and reasonably priced. You also want to see if they can clean an office specifically for people with chemical sensitivity issues.

– Make sure the cleaning services in Phoenix or Gilbert you want to hire brings all the materials and equipment needed to clean your office. This is especially important for offices because there are a lot of places that need to be cleaned that can be hard to reach without equipment like extended dusting equipment. If they do not have all the equipment needed, they should charge less.

– Make sure the cleaning service company you hire provides multiple cleaning services required for your office. Double checking saves you time, money and from dealing with the issues of various service providers.

The tips above will ensure that you are hiring a good cleaning service.

communication in our business

Communication is an important aspect in every relationship, especially within the business. For Commercial Custodial Services and the commercial cleaning industry, communication keeps our Arizona cleaning services as efficient as possible. We complete all of our Arizona cleaning services within various workplaces and in many different languages. With respect to everyday business practices, we’ve found that there are two sides to our communication – with our customers and with our commercial cleaning technicians.

Customer communication includes many different avenues. Commercial Custodial Services  has field auditors who visit customers every day of the week to find dirt and areas in need of cleaning services. This puts a face to the commercial cleaning crews who usually work at night when no one is in the facility. Many of our clients are visual evaluators and so we look in every corner, under every piece of furniture and paper to find dust particles. This gives our customers a chance to either say “you missed something” or “you are doing a great job”.

For example, if a trash can is missed in a back office, the commercial cleaning crew can get it the next time they are scheduled to provide cleaning services. But, if a trash can is missed in a restaurant restroom, we will go take care of it immediately. A restaurant does not want to open its doors with a full trash can in the restroom.

Among our commercial cleaning staff, we have a team member call and ask our clients how their cleaning services from Commercial Custodial Services are going. We also use an online system that our customers can access via computer, phone, or Ipads and gives us feedback instantly. If a customer sends a message, the message goes to all staff members’ computers, Ipads, and phones. The message is then stored, documented, and addressed. This system also documents inspections and phone calls. Without proper communication between our clients and our Commercial Custodial Services  staff, we are working in the dark, when our goal is to make your space as bright and clean as possible.

How often you should clean your windows and carpet

              That feeling of a nice clean carpet

A large focus of our services is on maintaining clean windows and floors, including carpet. When cleaning these areas, we have gone through extensive measures to use products and commercial cleaning practices that are as environmentally friendly as possible. Commercial Custodial Services believes in cleaning with organic products that are safe for the customers and the environment. We value both revenue and health as we strive to implement eco-friendly commercial cleaning practices. Thus, we suggest how often you should have us clean your windows and carpets.

We specialize in window cleaning and carpet cleaning for offices, industrial units, commercial establishments and others. We also have our cleaning solutions made using nano-natural technology, and we focus on distributed waste systems as we are determined to reduce waste. We distribute fully concentrated cleaning solutions. This allows our company and its franchise owners to use less plastic, less water, and less fuel, which reduces overall waste.

We help your business grow by helping increase your business’s productivity, performance, and profitability. We believe in creating a safe, healthy and an organized environment for you and your employees.

How often you call us for your window cleaning and carpet cleaning depends on the following factors:

1. If the color of your carpet is pale or if you have solid shades. These show more dirt than any other pattern and require more cleaning to look fresh and new.

2. The level of dirt that finds its way int your office buildings or facility. High-traffic areas obviously need more frequent care than low-traffic areas.

3. If there are individual stains diminish the life of the carpet. If your office has areas in which food is consumed or dirt/debris settle, you will need to have carpet cleaning services more often.

4. If you want preventative cleaning. For heavy-traffic areas like entrances and ground floor halls, you want preventative cleanings 12-24 times a year. The more the better, but at least once a month.

How we can improve your business

A clean and healthy environment is essential in any workplace. Maintaining business in itself is a big task, so why burden yourself with cleaning the office when you can outsource that work to a commercial cleaning company.

Commercial Custodial Services has years of experience in providing commercial cleaning services in Arizona. We are willing, able and eager to help you maintain a clean office because we know maintaining a clean business space can have a great impact on your business.

Making a clean office your priority can affect your business in ways such as:

1. Maintaining asset value

When your office furniture and fixtures are regularly cleaned and polished, it improves their lifespan. It even helps in getting rid of insects and other bacteria that can damage your health.

2. Reducing employee sick leave

A clean office helps employees be happy and stay healthy. Being sick less often is reduced with the help of our Commercial Cleaning Service. The cost of sick leave is a notable expense for any company. Employees showing up to work is a priority for all businesses, and having a clean office helps make that possible.

3. Improving productivity

When employees feel that their basic needs are met, a sense of satisfaction is generally present. Employees who are satisfied can provide you with quality work and service. When you provide them a clean work environment, they provide you with better returns.

4. Improving image

Your business office is the place where a prospective client or investor often meets you. Having a clean workspace helps them decide whether they should be working with you in the near future or not.

Commercial custodial services will provide you with quality services. We take care of every nook and corner with the utmost care. Put us to work and see the difference.

How it all began

My name is Travis Kozai, I am the owner of Commercial Custodial Services. I wanted to share my story of how this all began. This company means a lot to me because of our beginnings and success that my employees and I have had together.

I became motivated to look for extra income in late-2002. I was switching from working at the Chandler Police Department to working at the Chandler Fire Department and taking $30,000 pay cut. My wife was laid off from her job shortly thereafter, further compounding the problem.  I knew I needed a second job and I had enough spare time to invest in something, the question was what?

I knew the risks of starting my own business— most fail within the first year— but taking the risks looked better to me than flipping burgers. I started Kozai Custom Cleaning and started cold calling every business on Alma School Rd. between Riggs Rd. and Baseline Rd. looking for clients. It actually paid off! I started cleaning work for several doctors and dentists in the area. Slowly but surely my financial hardships started to become lighter.

When I got a job cleaning a construction trailer for the U.S. Army Reserves, I got an idea for how to develop my company: Provide a great cleaning service for both the private and government sector. This required me to maintain a high visual standard if I didn’t want another larger cleaning company coming and taking my jobs. As always, with growth in companies comes hardships. It was very difficult finding reliable employees as we continued to grow. It was also very challenging to keep our pricing competitive yet profitable. One of the biggest hurtles to overcome was simply figuring out what worked and what didn’t. What ended up being mine and the companies success was finding the right team to help it grow.

Now, fifteen years later, we have grown from me on my hands and knees cleaning some trailer to a business with forty-five employees. We clean for large commercial clients as well as for government agencies. We are able to serve in three states: Arizona, Utah, and Texas. I knew it wasn’t going to be easy starting my business but I wasn’t ready for just how difficult it can be. But businesses, like people, aren’t defined by their fail and fall. They’re defined by how they get back up.