It’s common in janitorial services to overlook certain things in routine maintenance
A Service Agreement regulates the provision of services by a Service Provider to its Client. The terms and pricing of Service Agreement vary depending on the type and condition of building equipment, hours of operation (24 hours per day versus 12 hours per day), Client’s budget constraints and regional location. Due to the many variables, standard terms and conditions are generally nonexistent except for basic inspection-only contracts; and even with such inspection-only contracts, the size of the building and amount of equipment included for inspection will sometimes alter the terms and price of the standard Agreement.
The more traffic a facility receives, the more the number of visit to the restrooms, and the more the need to maintain these. Quality of products installed, odour, lack of ventilation and appearance – paper towels left on the floor, leaking soap dispensers, etc. – leave facility managers spending a great deal of effort on restroom maintenance. But, the right chemicals and procedure of cleaning with precaution can give the desired results.