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A Series Of Unfortunate Events?


Whether it’s an air show, a marathon, a Christmas party or a business convention, someone has to be there at the end to pick up the pieces. Here, Tomorrow’s Cleaning gives you the top five tips on picking event cleaning companies, so that your next big bash doesn’t end in disaster.


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Get Your Facts Straight


Before going to any company, make sure you have every detail worked out. How many people there are at an event will impact massively on the company you choose; a sophisticated awards ceremony won’t do half as much damage as a company Christmas party. Then, there's the type of event, and whether cleaning services will be needed during the day in key areas. The company will want to know exactly what is expected of them, so you need to have all the facts and fi gures to hand to make sure you get what you pay for.


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Where to go? There are two main ways of


fi nding event clean-up services these days: word of mouth and the internet. Word of mouth works because you receive an instant, reputable reference from a colleague or a friend, while the internet opens up so many companies to choose from, all with gleaming websites to boot. Now, there’s nothing wrong with simply going straight to the one which has been recommended to you, but the top tip for this section is the invention of review sites.


Sites such as www.reviewcentre.com, www.yelp.co.uk, and www.yell.co.uk are all excellent for helping you not


only fi nd a cleaning company near you, but giving you honest reviews from people who’ve used them, so you don’t get blindsided by the ones that the company alone want you to see. I’m sure many of you reading this article at the moment will agree that any complaints are handled separately by the company, rather than being displayed publicly on the site until the matter has been dealt with, and a solution found. However, many unqualifi ed companies do no such thing, so it's always safer to go for the ones with a better rating and contact them directly with your requirements afterwards. Do this, and your event clean-up won’t end with a bigger mess than when you started.


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