Every day your office, business building or any commercial area that you own or control tries to tell you something about it. With hustle bustle, it tries to convey the pressure of the work and how are you dealing with it. With every seat filled, it reports you about the performance and punctuality of your employees. And by showing its walls stained with spots, its furniture covered with dust and its floors and ceiling cracked it cries out to you about its desperation for cleaning.
Every demand creates a supply. Demand and desperation of official building cleaning also did so and became a full-fledged industry. For instance industry of commercial cleaning in London and other areas of England is growing so wildly that commercial cleaners got a status of professionals in this field.
A building that is well taken care of has it all what it needs. A good presentation, clean walls and furniture, good people who take a good care of it and a good reputation, because of these attributes it has all the good things to tell about the company.
A building that is not clean enough, on the other hand, doesn’t have anything good to say about it or the people working in it.
The building cries a lot in front of the boss to take a look and consider doing something about its poor condition. It tries to share the effects that its condition is causing to the name of the company and the reputation of its owner. It tries so hard to be heard by showing every little details of its misery.
Either the cries of building are heard or ignored, in both conditions, reactions of the owner matters a lot for both company and the building.
If the building’s call is heard, the owner or the employer takes drastic actions to redeem his mistakes and resurrect the old graceful building. He becomes aware enough of the results an unclean building can bring to his business so he tries his best to redo the appearance of the building.
If building’s misfortune continues to haunt it, its calls go unheard. The results that this carelessness of its deaf owner brings to the company are overwhelming as not everyone is deaf to hear what building has to say. Investors, clients, partner, customers and visitors do have good hearing instincts so they can catch every word that comes from building.
Obviously investors and clients do not want to work with such an owner who treats his building that cruelly. Ultimately, the company loses best of his clients and customers just because it could not smell what was wrong with the environment it was operating in.
The speedy growth of services of commercial cleaning in London is not for nothing. Those businesses and companies, who know how important it is to keep a building happily clean, don’t feel any hesitation in hiring these services. But those who cannot smell the coffee are left with nothing but the cries of the building.