Cleaning Companies New York

Cleaning companies in New York will all tell you they’re the best at what they do.  With the volume of companies in New York, it can be difficult to make the best choice.  Here are a few things to think about when shopping for a cleaning company.

What do you need?

When considering a cleaning service, first determine what kind of cleaning you need to have done.

  • Residential cleaning companies will do just about anything cleaning related inside your home.  From cleaning refrigerators and stoves inside and out, to annual deep cleanings, to weekly dusting, vacuuming and mopping, these companies offer their clients a wide array of services to meet their unique needs.
  • Commercial cleaning companies also offer the capability to tailor their services to accommodate their clients.  Whether you just need someone to come weekly to clean the bathrooms, or daily to empty the trash and vacuum, most good commercial services can find some way to help.  Some, like 1st Class Cleaning, even offer flexibility when it comes to scheduling.  They are available to clean your business before, during or after hours in order to fit seamlessly into your routine.
  • Carpet cleaning used to be a big fat pain in the butt.  Now, companies like 1st Class Cleaning are upgrading and streamlining their services to meet the demands of their clientele.  People don’t want to waste a whole day getting their carpets cleaned anymore.  Nor are they interested in moving their heavy furniture out of the way.  1st Class Cleaning offers an all inclusive service.  That means all their clients have to do is schedule the appointment.  1st Class Cleaning will move furniture, protect valuables, steam clean the carpets, and do it all in a matter of hours.  That leaves you with the majority of the day to accomplish other things.

What types of chemicals do they use?

Some companies are still using harsh, toxic chemicals.  If you have someone with asthma or any kind of respiratory problem, or pets it’s best to avoid these services.  1st Class Cleaning uses only natural products made by a company called Method.  Their solvents are completely biodegradable and aren’t harmful to the environment.  Surfaces cleaned with Method products don’t need to be rinsed afterwards, and they even leave a light fresh scent behind, not something overwhelmingly chemically.

How are their prices?

When searching for a cleaning service, be sure to compare prices.  Is one company way above or below others?  Why?  Do they offer premium services that would drive their costs up?  If so, do they offer coupons or discounts?  Or are their prices strikingly low?  Consider that they may be using a tactic to get your business then provide you with low quality service.  Sometimes you get what you pay for, and it may end up costing you more in the long run to get your home re-cleaned if you select a bargain company.

What are people saying?

One of the best ways to get an idea of how a company operates with relation to customer service is reading customer testimonials or reviews.  How many people are satisfied with their services?  How many complaints are there?  How were the complaints addressed?  If there are a lot of complaints that go unanswered, it may be safe to assume that is how they will treat you if you ever have an issue.

How do they feel about the product they’re selling?

Does the company you’re considering stand behind their work?  An Unconditional Satisfaction Guarantee is the name of 1st Class Cleaning’s game.  If you are in any way unsatisfied with their work, they will come back and make it right for free – no questions asked.  Finding a company that’s confident with their work, and can do the job right the first time is important.

For more information on cleaning companies in New York, or to schedule your cleaning today, contact 1st Class Cleaning.

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