Event Cleaning Checklist

Hiring an outside cleaning service to work for your next event may send shivers down your spine. Since large scale events require a high level of cooperation and communication amongst the many people involved, hiring a service that you’ve never worked with before could either lead to a great triumph or a dismal failure for your next event.

Jani-King franchisees are committed to making all your events great triumphs. And so we bring to you a checklist of services and qualities to look for in your next event cleaning service.

  • Restroom Cleanup—The most quickly soiled facilities for any event are easily the restrooms. They require janitorial service before, during and after the event to keep your patrons satisfied and facilities hygienic.
  • Floor Care— Most facilities are composed of spaces with different kinds of flooring. Some have carpet, others tile, some concrete or wood, and some even grass! An event cleaning service that can wax the tile, vacuum the carpet, wash down the concrete and pick up waste from the grass shows the adaptability necessary to address all your flooring needs.
  • Waste Management—Keeping areas inside and outside of your venue litter-free creates a professional and sanitary appearance for your venue. Emptying trashcans regularly, picking up litter and disposing of it are necessary functions for your cleaning service.
  • Seat Cleaning—For events with seating, a visitor’s seat for your event is probably where that visitor will be spending the majority of his or her time. Though just a small space, cleanliness on and around all seats creates a distraction-free environment for your visitor, so they can rock out to the band or cheer on their team with peace of mind.
  • Special Areas Clean-up—VIP sections, offices and other official areas deserve the same attention as every other part of your venue. Though these areas tend to be smaller, your event cleaning service performers, team members, clients and others will have access to these areas, so they need to impress.
  • Supportive Staff—Whether it comes to following your instructions, assisting a visitor or attending to an emergency, your cleaning staff should be trained to work effectively and politely in all situations and should be knowledgeable of the general layout and procedures of your facility.

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