One of the most important issues—and some might say the most important issue—often overlooked during the bidding process is making the most of the walk-through.
Many of the questions I receive about cleaning relate to pricing or bidding and estimating.
This month I had the opportunity to interview Gary Clipperton, president of National Pro Clean Corp. Clipperton is a 40-year industry veteran who provides consulting services for small- to medium-sized cleaning contractors.
There are expenses that should factor into labor costs other than an employee’s base pay or hourly rates.
Two ways companies can remain competitive in a tightening marketplace is to control or reduce costs.
Seldom does a day go by that someone doesn’t ask me about pricing and production rates for the cleaning of commercial buildings.
The cleaning of schools, colleges, and universities is a growing market.
Daily restroom upkeep