Selecting the right cleaner, first time
Because the cheapest quote often wins, you won’t be surprised to hear that it’s common practice in our industry for companies to drop their prices to secure your contract. While this seems like a win-win situation, it doesn’t add up in the long run for either party. We’re upfront about our real costs and we don’t discount to win a contract.

Time is money in both our businesses
When a cleaning company gives a discounted quote to win the job, they need to recoup their costs. This is often done by having their cleaners rush through a job in less time than what has been quotes. But a few weeks into the new contract problems inevitably arise as service levels slip and complaints about cleanliness start to rise.