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CleanStart Janitorial Service Is A World Above Its Competitors

CleanStart’s values, missions, and its systemized cleaning process set it a world above its competitors in the janitorial market. CleanStart will no doubt be around for years to come as its competitors come and go.


Irving, Texas, 16 January 2012CleanStart Janitorial Service began operating in the Dallas-Metro area in 1998.  Even though for a company it is still relatively young having only been established some thirteen years ago, CleanStart’s values, missions, and its systemized cleaning process set it a world above its competitors in the janitorial market.  CleanStart will no doubt be around for years to come as its competitors come and go.
Several cleaning service companies are started every year in Dallas because they are relatively easy to start up.  That being said, about as many of them will be terminated within their first year of service due to lack of business, saturation of the market, and poor reputation.  CleanStart Janitorial Service was started by a small group of dedicated and knowledgeable cleaning professionals who have created a structured “formula” for cleaning.  CleanStart’s competitors do not follow this rigorous formula and dedication to detail and therefore fall short of accomplishing their goals.
CleanStart’s regimen includes following systemized cleaning directions.  The company also prides itself on having great management and accountability.  CleanStart’s management and employees are incredibly responsive to their clients’ changing needs and are also in tune with the changing technological climate with regard to cleaning techniques.  Following each of these guidelines leads to a consistent, reliable product that its competitors cannot match.
CleanStart Janitorial continues to serve hundreds of clients in the Dallas-Metro area since its humble beginnings in 1998.  Many of their clients have been loyal clients since CleanStart’s birth as a company, given their record of thoroughness, honesty, and a product that is consistently delivered with the quality that they have come to expect.
Unlike some of its competitors, CleanStart is bonded and insured.  CleanStart has a type of bond commonly referred to as a fidelity bond which pays for property that is stolen by an employee.  Given CleanStart’s dedication to accepting only the most trustworthy and dependable employees, this should never be an issue, but the bonding is there just in case.  They also have insurance policies which cover general liability and worker’s compensation.  If a client incurs damage to their property from work performed by CleanStart Janitorial, their general liability policy will pay for the damages.  Worker’s compensation is used to pay for the expenses associated with an on the job injury suffered by an employee.  The client will not be made to pay for either of these events. 
This demonstrates just how dedicated CleanStart is to accountability and keeping their clients satisfied.
In addition to their quality services, CleanStart Janitorial offers prospective clients a week long free service trial which may be terminated at any time.  If the client is not impressed with their work, they may cancel after the first week.  CleanStart Janitorial requires 30 days of notice if a client’s company decides to switch cleaning services, and there are no month-to-month contracts or penalties involved.  CleanStart operates on a “pay as you go” basis without signing monthly or yearly contracts.
The employees at CleanStart Janitorial are always available to answer any questions a client might have regarding their cleaning service, and they strive to make the change from one cleaning service to another as hassle-free as possible.


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