Building Maintenance and Cleaning Services

Commercial cleaning services in Dodge & Jefferson County, WI

With ZBM, Inc. proficiency in facility maintenance, we can offer the flexibility to structure programs that will focus on our customers' specific goals. Our programs are developed based on your strategic goals, budget and site conditions.

Some examples of our work:

Professionally trained and certified cleaners

ABRA – CBRM (Certified Bio-Recovery Master)
BSCAI Member
Lead Safe Certified Ferm

Janitorial Services

Many companies are looking to outsource one or many facets of their janitorial services and office cleaning needs.

ZBM, Inc. is the only janitorial cleaning contractor you will ever need! In addition to day porters and evening janitorial services, ZBM also specializes in floor care services including but not limited to stripping and waxing, scrubbing and recoating and buffing.

We also provide carpet cleaning, window cleaning, power washing and we can handle your repairing needs.

ZBM services doesn’t stop there, we also offer expendable supplies and equipment used to maintain your facilities. We are indeed, your all in one janitorial service company.

ZBM can provide you with a wide spectrum of janitorial services, while saving you time and money. We have experience in providing janitorial services for office buildings, medical facilities, schools, churches, retail stores, and industrial buildings.

Hoarding Clean-Up

We’ve helped several homeowners recover from severe hoarding problems. Additionally, we also provide other disaster cleaning services. We’ve helped houses across Dodge and Jefferson counties recover from several disasters.

The first thing to ask about a clean-up service is their experience level. How long has this service performed hoarding clean-up work?

Experience teaches companies several things. First, it teaches them the most efficient way to clean a home. They understand that they should clean houses from top to bottom to receive a complete cleaning. 

Likewise, they also know what dangers to anticipate. As mentioned previously, hoarding is not a victimless habit. Hoarding allows for infestations and mold to affect a house. 

These problems could make the structure unsound. Similarly, they could also pose threats to occupants’ health. 

An experienced company can identify these threats and prepare for them. They have the equipment and expertise to protect themselves as they clean the structure. They can also clean mold growths and similar issues without calling another service. 

Experienced cleaners also know their options for different types of residences. For example, they may need permission from landlords to address some issues in an apartment. Inexperienced companies may not have the expertise to identify these issues.

Another question to ask before you hire a cleaning service is how long they’ll take to complete the job. This timeline partially depends on the scale of your hoarding problem. For example, if you live in a two-story home and every room is full, even the fastest service will take a while. 

However, different clean-up crews might have more people or equipment. As such, they may be able to finish cleaning your home faster than their competitors. 

The timeline for this project matters. You may need to make arrangements to stay elsewhere during the clean-up if it takes longer than one day. 

Alternatively, you may not want people in your house all day. If one service can clean the house in a few hours, they’re probably the preferable choice. 

Finally, remember to ask the service how thorough their clean-up will be. Are they only targeting clutter and the removal of possessions?

Or, will they also clean the deeper problems that affect your house, such as mold or animal waste? These factors also affect which hoarding clean-up services you choose. 

Different clean-up services may charge various rates. Several factors can affect the costs you face. 

It’s challenging to gauge how much this job will cost until cleaners stand in front of it. A professional cleaning team better estimates time and cost when they can check out the circumstances of the job site themselves. 

Because of this, the rates you receive could vary drastically depending on several factors. These factors include:

  • labor charges
  • how many staff members the job requires
  • how severe the hoarding problem is
  • safety threats 
  • size of the property
  • how long the project takes

You may wonder about the safety threats mentioned in that list. When a project entails potential safety risks, most companies charge more money. For example, most cleaners charge more if they encounter black mold in the house.

So, how can you decide which cleaner to choose if prices can vary so much? First, talk to a few different cleaners and request a quote. When you do, ask if they can drive to your location and survey the job site.

Once they survey the job site, most companies can provide a more accurate quote. From there, narrow down which hoarding cleaning services offer the best rates for your budget. 

Finally, consider this hoard clean-up service’s reputation. Do past clients have positive reports to give about this company? Or, do most people seem to have a negative experience with this client?

There are a few ways to figure this out. First, ask people you know if they’ve ever used this company for cleanouts. If you suffer from a hoarding disorder, it’s possible that others in your family have encountered the condition. 

However, you may not know anybody else who’s needed hoarding cleaning before. If so, that’s okay! The Internet can provide all the testimonies you need about a company’s performance. 

Search the cleaning company’s name online and look for reviews. Ideally, hoarding cleaning crews should have a positive consensus about their services. 

Don’t panic if you see one or two poor reviews. Even the best services may encounter a severe challenge. 

However, consider hiring another Wisconsin cleaning service if most reviews seem negative. These can indicate sloppy service or a habit of leaving jobs incomplete. 

Our professional cleaning technicians are trained in traditional practices and use EPA certified disinfectants to provide quality work including:

Office Cleaning - daily, weekly or monthly
Day Porter Services
Restroom sanitation
Pressure Washing
Window and Blind Cleaning
Ceiling and Wall Cleaning
Light Bulb Maintenance
Building Maintenance
Parking Lot Maintenance
Siding Cleaning
Construction Clean-ups
Fire and Flood Cleaning

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