What sets us apart from our competitors?
- Industry knowledge (over 32 years!)
- Commitment to quality
- Integrity in relationships with staff and customers
It’s in the details. Here are some examples:
- We believe that light bulb changing should be an integral part of our basic cleaning job. Good cleaning demands good lighting; So we change light bulbs, in most cases, at no extra charge.
- We require every janitor to carry a flashlight for use during their final inspection; Our service can stand up to a flashlight walk through.
- We make communication easy. Our customers have easy access to the worker assigned to their account, who is always fluent in English. You’ll also be able to reach the President of the company, Jay Scovill.
- We are an IICRC certified company.
- Our staff are trustworthy, trained professionals who are compensated fairly for their work.
- We carry a $2 million general liability policy.
Note from the President: Jay Scovill
Recently I surveyed one of the largest theatre cleaning company’s website. There were some great resumes about their top management people. All of them had been high up the chain in some of the largest theatre companies. Not one of them had ever had experience or any training (mentioned) in cleaning/theatre maintenance.
Did you know that an average bathroom faucet with a seeing eye to turn on is:
- Not really made out of chrome steel as it appears.
- It is make out of plastic.
- Without installation it costs in excess of $500.00 per faucet.
- In one cleaning a janitor with a green scratch pad or the wrong chemical can ruin its appearance permanently.
Do you think that the top brass of that large cleaning company has spent time, money or effort ensuring that their janitors know that the only way to clean a plastic “Chrome” faucet is with a soft cotton cloth? Paper towel cleaning also scratches these faucets over time.
These are the details we care about. When gum is left on a seat cover in an auditorium more than one night it permanently leaves a stain on the seat cover. This is why, when Maintenance Cooperative takes over a theatre to clean it, the seat fabric is only changed out due to cuts or fabric wear, never due to gum and candy stain.