For BSCs, the key to a profitable business is effectively managing the hours contracted with the client. There are many things that must happen to accomplish this task, including scheduling qualified, trained workers; avoiding overtime; a smooth, efficient payroll and billing process; and proactively using management reports to identify strengths and weaknesses.
Of all the scintillating topics to discuss when it comes to cleaning equipment, perhaps none rises to the top faster than the subject of power cords. All kidding aside, while this may not be the most interesting topic we will ever discuss, it is an important topic when it comes to the safety of the operator and your pocketbook.
Many building service contractors (BSCs) outsource their window cleaning to professional window cleaning companies due to liability and safety concerns combined with the perceived complexity of the task at hand. However, with new technology, all BSCs can profitably clean exterior glass up to 50 feet without the past safety risks.
With all of the new developments in cleaning equipment over the past few years, one of the most exciting to emerge is stand-on equipment. Stand-on equipment offers a number of advantages in operational costs, safety and productivity that will help you get the job done faster than conventional walk-behind or rider units.