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When you need something more than a nightly cleaning

When a mess is made during the day in a restroom, lunch room, or lobby at your facility, this can affect the image of any business and it could be a potential safety hazard for employees and customers.

What is the difference between day porter and janitorial?

A janitorial service is normally provided after business hours and it is a full cleaning service normally including restrooms, kitchens and office space. The service is also very repetitive during each service.

A day porter service is provided during business hours and it is a partial service. The day porter maintains a clean building throughout the day. A day porter can also be given very specific cleaning tasks. The service is not very repetitive as a janitorial service.    

What is included?

This is what is included in a typical day porter service but it can be changed to meet your needs!

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Trash removal

Maintaining restrooms

Restocking restrooms

Maintaining kitchens

Restocking breakrooms

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Customer orders 

Picking up trash

Sanitizing high-touch surfaces

Cleaning primary doors

Emergency cleanings 

Let's discuss your needs

Every customers needs, budgets and facilities are different. Therefore, each customer will need a custom quote.  

This service requires a 14 day minimum notice to schedule.