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How To Budget For Commercial Cleaning Equipment

Commercial cleaning equipment is an investment in your business, one that offers a great return on investment. Good commercial cleaning equipment will eventually pay for itself, through increased productivity and efficiency. Below are some tips on how to initially budget for it.

Why Your Business Needs Commercial Cleaning Equipment

Commercial cleaning equipment is designed for more heavy-duty applications than residential equipment. It’s powerful and professional equipment designed for larger areas.

  • Improved Cleanliness and Air Quality

    Commercial cleaning equipment can provide a higher standard of cleanliness, not only in terms of dust, but also allergens, bacteria, and viruses, which in turn can result in better air quality. With poor air quality linked to a wide range of adverse outcomes, from poor health, to increased sick days and reduced productivity and performance, one thing is clear: poor air quality is bad for your bottom line.

  • Energy Efficient

    As mentioned above, commercial cleaning equipment is also designed to cover larger spaces, which makes it more efficient, because it will require less energy to operate. Commercial cleaning equipment is also designed to use less cleaning solution and detergent. The energy efficiency of commercial cleaning equipment ultimately makes such equipment a better financial investment.

  • Durable and Long-Lasting

    Commercial cleaning equipment is heavy-duty, durable, and powerful. It’s designed to withstand a lot.

How to Budget for Commercial Cleaning Equipment

When it comes to commercial cleaning equipment, you will pay the bulk of the price of the equipment up front. The amount, of course, depends on the type of equipment you choose. While this may be a large sum, it’s a one-time cost. After this, you will need to account for filters for your cleaning equipment (if your choice of cleaning equipment has filters), as well as any cleaning products.

Filters will need to be replaced roughly every one to three months, as indicated by the industrial filter manufacturing company. Keep in mind, however, that the cost of filters is negligible. You will also need to account for your cleaning products, but again, commercial cleaning equipment tends to use less product than other types of equipment.

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