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What is the difference between residential and commercial cleaning?

12/18/2020 (Permalink)

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When it comes to cleaning in the Fort Lauderdale North area, there are two basic categories that most services cover:

  1. residential and
  2. commercial

Each comes with its own challenges, especially given the extreme weather conditions that often hit in this area, which can cause a lot of damage to homes and businesses alike.

So what is the difference between residential and commercial cleaning? 

Residential cleaning focuses on the kind of issues faced by most homeowners, including roof repair, mold remediation and water damage.

Whether damage is caused by a household emergency like a burst pipe, a hurricane or other storm or just routine wear and tear, a professional cleaning service can help to repair and restore your home.

Commercial cleaning focuses on businesses, both large and small, and other types of properties like schools, hospitals and nursing homes.

In the case of commercial properties, the cleaning process can be more extensive simply because it usually involves a much larger area.

It can also involve specific conditions like the hygienic needs of hospitals and medical facilities or the handling of hazardous materials.

Whether you’re in need of residential or commercial cleaning services, the professionals at SERVPRO of Ft. Lauderdale North are ready to provide the help you need.

We have trained technicians ready to respond quickly to any job and state-of-the-art equipment to properly address any issue in your home or business.

With the professionals of SERVPRO every cleaning job gets the treatment it deserves. You can see our Google reviews here.

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