Starting a Sweeping Business: Parking Lot Sweepers, Tips, and More

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Like any startup, starting your own parking lot sweeping business will generally require a large initial investment. The bright side is that many commercial facilities are not interested in cleaning vast parking lots themselves, assuring you of a good client base. Naturally, there is the potential to start a very profitable business.

If you are interested in starting your own sweeping business, here are a few tips to help you out, from purchasing a parking lot sweeper to customer satisfaction:

Attend Tradeshows

Yes, there are definitely tradeshows for parking lot cleaning companies, and it’s highly advised you attend one before you start your own company. During the tradeshow, try to speak to a few parking lot sweeping company owners (preferably ones that run outside the area you plan to operate in) and ask about how their company is performing and any challenges they’re currently facing. Read more on this article. http://bit.ly/2nplDLq

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Invest in Quality Janitorial Equipment for Your Cleaning Service Business

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If you are thinking of venturing into the business of providing cleaning services in Los Angeles or elsewhere, one of the first things you should consider is the issue of equipment. Being able to deliver quality service depends on the kind of janitorial equipment that you use.

One of the most common pieces of equipment you definitely must have in your inventory is a floor scrubber. Clean floors not only help avoid accidents like slips and falls, but also help maintain the aesthetic appeal of the place.

Here are some tips that can prove helpful in stocking up on your supplies and equipment for your cleaning service.

Have a Variety of Options

The needs of the clients will definitely vary depending on the kind of space they are in. it could be an entire floor offices, a warehouse or factory plant, or even a residential space like apartment buildings or condominiums. Read more on this article. http://bit.ly/2nGsDpv

Floor Scrubbers Service: Three Signs You Need Your Scrubber Checked

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Floor scrubbers have become a godsend for those who need to clean large swaths of open floor space in a short amount of time. From warehouses in Phoenix to basketball courts in Los Angeles, a full functional floor scrubber can save you valuable time for other important cleaning and maintenance tasks—provided that it’s working properly, of course.

Fortunately, spotting a problematic floor scrubber is simple enough. The key here is spotting the signs early. This can help you avoid accidentally damaging your flooring, or even complete failure. With that in mind, get in touch with a vendor that offers floor scrubbers service, such as Total Clean Equipment, if you notice any of the following signs:

Water/Cleaning Solution Leaks

If you use your floor scrubber as soon as you fill it with water and cleaning solution, it can be difficult to spot leaks. However, try leaving your scrubber with some cleaning solution inside the tank alone for a few hours. Read more on this article. http://bit.ly/2npoAM5

Used Floor Scrubbers Increase Professionalism in Your Office

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Maintaining a business isn’t just about being able to run smooth operations, but also about having good housekeeping for a professional image. You can’t welcome guests and potential clients into your workplace if the floors and surfaces are dusty. It just makes for a very poor reflection of how well you run your office.

It may not seem much, but actually, having the right office cleaning tools and equipment can go a long way in promoting your company’s image. Not only that, but it definitely helps maintain workplace safety.

When looking to stock up on office supplies and equipment for your Los Angeles company, don’t forget about floor scrubbers too. Here are some things to consider for your investment.

Size of Office Space

The capacity of the floor scrubber you’ll be getting should depend on how big the area to be cleaned is.There are various types of scrubbers, ranging from walk-behinds or ride-ons. Consider the size of the hallways and door widths to ensure easy navigation. Read more on this article. http://bit.ly/2nGq4Uw