During the work day, you’ve got a lot on your plate. You need to keep your people on task, but do it in a way that’s smart, professional, and keeps morale up. You need to make sure clients and business partners are happy, which can take time through meetings, phone calls, and emails. You need to make sure the office itself is running at peak efficiency, and you don’t have the time to deal with irrelevant issues.

That is, until someone tells you the bathrooms are out of toilet paper or paper towels, or that a mess has been made and cleaning products were never restocked. Maybe the lobby of your building could stand to be spruced up before the big client meeting, or perhaps the cafeteria needs a good cleaning after a celebratory birthday gala. But who’s got time for that? You? Your employees? Fortunately, there’s a better way.

Since 2007, Augie’s Janitorial Services has proudly offered day porter services to our clients. During the workday, a number of smaller tasks can stack up over time and become overwhelming. A day porter’s job is to essentially function as an extension of your staff and handle the smaller stuff so you can take care of business. Some of the important tasks our day porters handle are:

  • Monitoring and cleaning restrooms
  • Cleaning lobbies
  • Cleaning common areas like lunchrooms, cafeterias, decks, and patios
  • Taking out trash
  • Restocking paper supplies and cleaning supplies in restrooms
  • Setting up before and cleaning up after meetings and staff events

What would be the exact duties of a day porter at your business? Anything you need, really. While regular janitorial crews work after hours, day porters work among your people during the day. They’re available for scheduled tasks, as well as smaller duties like taking a package to another floor or helping an employee move their workspace.

For more information or to schedule a free consultation and proposal, contact us today.