Keeping your floors clean is paramount to keeping customers and getting new ones. Studies have shown that dirty floors are near the top of a list of top customer turnoffs.
Here are a few interesting facts on dirt:
86 billion pounds of dust settle over the US each year. (“All the Real Dirt on Dust”, Discover Magazine, 1986)
Up to 24 pounds of dirt can be tracked in by just 1,000 people coming through an entrance over a 20-day work period. (ISSA)
A dollar spent keeping soil out of a building will save 10 dollars in removing the soil once it’s inside.” (Cleaning & Maintenance Management)
Your customers will know the difference.
Before even sitting down, your customers take in the atmosphere of your restaurant. Your decor may be beautiful, but if its dusty or your floors and bathrooms aren't clean, your guests will notice.
Take the burden off of your Employees
Chefs, servers, and hostesses are hired for their specific job titles and are also expected to know how to clean. Employers pass off cleaning as general knowledge, something everyone should know how to do. But let's be honest, your top chef can make a delicious meal, but at the close of the day, is he putting as much detail and energy into scrubbing your kitchen floors?
Imperial Solutions makes it their job to Clean your restaurant thoroughly
We know how to clean items that your everyday person has no idea how to attempt. We have the experience and know the difference between various cleaning products, which ones to use, which ones work best, and how to properly use them to get their full benefits. We make it our job to get the details, which transforms an "ordinary" clean to an "Imperial" clean.
One of my first jobs was a prep cook at an Orlando restaurant, and as a chef, I understand how frustrating it can be to do your job when the tile in the BOH is breaking apart with the grout almost completely gone. You end up standing in a puddle of water. We can help! Let us come and transform your kitchen floor without interruption of your business. When you come in the next day, you will have a brand new floor and several happy employees.
Are you a restaurant employee? Have you ever had to work on a broken floor? Tell me your thoughts.