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What do commercial cleaning companies charge UK?How long is a piece of string? Ok, so that comment is a little tongue in cheek, but there are many factors that will determine the charges made by a commercial cleaning company in the UK.
A few of the key factors that will determine what do commercial cleaning companies charge UK? will include the following:
|Protecting the cleaning operative and keeping them safe|
|Providing a clean and safe environment to the client|
|Preserving assets, and prolonging the life of equipment through proper care and understanding|
|Producing best practice - cleaning efficiently is a skill in itself|
As the below image shows, you will largely get what you pay for. The left image shows a Green Fox Cleaning employee cleaning a veterinary practice using advanced floor cleaning equipment, and the right shows another company that can do it for a couple of pounds an hour less.
Ok so we may have exaggerated slightly, but you must consider the value of a cleaning service rather than price alone, as the person on the right will take twice as long, and may end up costing most!
What do commercial cleaning companies charge UK? What should you expect to pay, or what do you want to pay? As the above information has explained, services and their associated prices will vary considerably. We wary of companies that are very cheap however, as someone will suffer. Whether that is you as the client, or an "off the books" worker being paid below the minimum wage. At Green Fox Cleaning, we value our employees and will always pay above the minimum wage.
As a very rough guide, commercial cleaning services will typically range anywhere between £13 - £22 per hour plus VAT dependant on the above factors to include the supply of basic cleaning products and equipment, more if more specialist equipment is required, and less if the client is providing all cleaning products to the company.
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What do commercial cleaning companies charge UK? Hopefully you now feel better informed to make the best decision for your business.