Our Cleaning Services
Wichita, Valley Center, Goddard,
Maize and Derby
Janitorial Service- We
clean all facility types such as industrial, educational,
banks and institutions, commercial, medical and retail cleaning.
One Time "Extreme" Clean-
Let us come and deep clean your facility. From ceilings to floors
you can have your facility detail cleaned!
cleaners will remove the dirt, dust and debris that construction
crews leave behind. We do the elbow grease so that you can get back
to business. During construction clean-up, we can also provide a
strategy for an on-going, regular cleaning program to keep your
facility looking its best day after day.
Janitorial Supplies-Let us
monitor, order, and stock your storage cabinets with cleaning supplies that
meet your needs.
Hard Floor Care-We offer
superior floor cleaning, stripping and waxing, finishing and buffing for the following
floor surfaces: tile, ceramic, cement, linoleum, hardwood floors.
We will perform floor stripping, buffing, waxing, refinishing,
cleaning and sealing to restore the look of your floor surface and
make them appear as good as new again!
Preserve the beauty of your natural stone floors with professional
floor care maintenance from Buzz Building Maintenance.
You can count on us for your floor stripping, waxing, cleaning and
polishing needs. To schedule your floor care price estimate contact
Buzz Building Maintenance today!
out your window without having to see dirt and grime! Let us clean
your windows as well as your office.
Upholstery Cleaning-We offer carpet
cleaning using the best, safest and most effective products and
Other Custom Services Available Upon Request
Choosing A Commercial Janitorial Cleaning
The Internet is full of directories and listings to help you
find a commercial cleaning service but there is little
information advising consumers on what to look for when
selecting a janitorial cleaning provider.
First things first- Is the company professional and reputable?
Do they have business liability insurance? If they have staff,
do they have Workers Compensation insurance?
Janitorial Liability Insurance is affordable enough that even
the newest company can afford to protect themselves and their
customers. An insured commercial cleaning company will be able
to provide you without hesitation, documentation of their
Are They Providing You With A Professional Quote?
A detailed list of services provided, frequencies of service and
monthly pricing is a professional quote. A bid price without
that information about services is NOT. If they are unable to
communicate what they will provide how can they guarantee
they'll provide it? You're better off continuing your search for
a professional and reliable commercial cleaning contractor.
If they have provided a quote, do those specifications
coordinate with the services you requested? With your facility?
If so…GREAT! They were paying attention. However if your quote
includes areas that don’t apply to your office building-ie
cleaning locker rooms when your site has no locker or dressing
areas then you have to wonder how much they really noticed
during their walk thru and how much they will notice while
actually cleaning and supervising?
What are their payment and cancellation terms?
Not all janitorial services work on contract -that’s fine but
they should offer a service agreement. Most professional office
cleaning services work on a 30 day notice policy in the event of
cancellation of service. This protects you from having a
cleaning service ‘walk off the job’. In turn it protects the
jobs of the cleaning service employees and allows their staff
time to find a new source of income should their jobs come to an
end. Cleaning companies who care about both their clients and
their staff provide 30 day notice clause.
How did they quote your cleaning rates? Cleaning companies that
are used to doing business with businesses understand that
companies handle accounts payable on a monthly basis. Therefore
if they are familiar with commercial business they will quote
your job in terms of monthly billing. Cleaning companies that
provide ‘weekly’ or ‘per cleaning’ rates most likely don’t have
a lot of experience dealing with commercial businesses.
Are They Established?
This question often leaves consumers under the impression that
'large' cleaning contractors are the desired choice. That's not
necessarily the case. Even small mom and pop operations can be
established in the sense that they have established procedures
and already have a plan in action to handle situations that
often times arise in cleaning buildings. Cleaning business
owners who ‘have a plan’ are less likely to have staff that
‘flies by the seat of their pants’ and will generally provide
more consistent service to their customers.
During the bid walk thru ask questions about the janitorial
--How to they handle complaints?
--Do they keep MSDS's on file at your site? OSHA holds YOU
--Will they use their own equipment and supplies? Pro’s have
--Who will be in your building each night? Are background checks
--Do they have a training program or procedures in place?
So then is bigger better?
On the contrary, smaller to medium sized cleaning companies that
are locally owned and operated and who still have owner
involvement in daily operations are where you are most likely to
find a service that cares about and gives back to their
community. Cleaning providers with nightly owner involvement
tend to be more concerned about their reputation in your
community and more conscientious with duties performed.
Because they are local it also means they are easier to contact
and generally have fewer ‘channels’ to go thru when you need a
simple question answered.
Michael Underwood, owner of Louisville based Century Cleaning
Service, Kentucky’s largest independently owned cleaning service
provides insightful information about the benefits of using
locally owned and operated, privately owned cleaning service
companies in his article ‘National Disasters’
Do they belong to any industry organizations or have
With the resources available to cleaning service providers today
there are networking opportunities and information sharing
groups that were not so easily accessed in the days of past.
Look for a company that is serious about always staying up to
date with the latest advances in products and cleaning industry
Maybe I’ll just go with the lowest bid…
Remember you get what you pay for in the service industry.
Companies with ridiculously low pricing not only have a higher
employee turnover they are also the companies that sometimes
‘just quit coming back’.
Too many times customers who choose a cleaning contractor based
on price alone find themselves going back out for bid in three
to six months. Look for a company that focuses on value instead
of price and is willing to be your partner in building services
and chances are you will end up with less stress and a cleaner
Author- Christy Caley, Christy Caley is a 24 year veteran in the
cleaning industry and provides advertising and consulting
services to cleaning companies thru involvements with
International Cleaners Association