What you should know about church cleaning
Cleaning churches and places of worship is quite different from other facilities. Many have full-time schools while others have classrooms being used during worship only. How do you know the cleaning company you choose is ready to handle your unique cleaning needs?
It starts with understanding your unique usage
By first looking at how your church is used every week you can communicate a custom cleaning schedule that works. Is your facility only used Wednesdays and Sundays, or do you have regular meetings most days of the week?
Communicate your usage with the cleaning companies you are considering
If the cleaning companies you speak with are not asking about your specific usage and cleaning needs then you might want to consider other options. No two churches are the same, so how could a cleaning company fully understand your needs without a detailed conversation?
Look for experience in churches and schools
Since most churches at least have classrooms for children during worship there are unique cleaning details that require experience. Not to mention sanctuaries and other high traffic multi-purpose rooms commonly found in churches. Your cleaning company should have a good plan for these cleaning needs based on experience.