Quality Service Pays:
When property managers and owners are given greater assurances they will not be involved in legal disputes triggered by untrained or poorly equipped power washing operations, they are generally more willing to hire those companies capable of providing these protections over those who are not.
Moreover, we’ve noticed that the higher quality customers don’t object to paying more for services that are more professionally delivered, environmentally sensitive and, legally compliant.
In sum, it is our observation that those contractors who adapt to this new era of environmental sensitivity and regulation can expect to have greater opportunities available to them than their competitors, enjoy greater respect from their peers and customers and, not the least of which, get paid better money per manpower hour.
Undeniably, professional cleaning is a respectable trade. Rather than lament these new laws, we feel they will improve the industry as a whole. Less committed operators will be winnowed out and the industry will be improved and on the cutting edge of professionalism and quality service.
Those who adapt will prosper, those who don’t will fade away.