how much should I charge for two people to clean a 6000 sq. ft. office space three times per week?

    6000 sq. ft. office space, 3 times per week cleaning, two people cleaning. // Dusting, vacuuming, sweep and mop, two bathrooms cleaned.

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    How Much Does Office Cleaning Cost?

    Typical costs:
    Costs vary considerably depending on how much you want done and how often, and pricing is not at all clear-cut -- it depends a great deal on the company. Many cleaning companies will charge a flat rate for smaller jobs. Emptying the trash and light cleaning (vacuuming and dusting) in an extremely small office starts around $20 -$30 per visit and goes up depending on office size, the number of restrooms and the type and amount of cleaning requested. An office with just a few employees may only need basic service once or twice a week for about $100 -$200 per month, while the cost for daily trash pickup and simple vacuuming at a typical small business (2-3 offices, and maybe a break/conference room) can run $500 -$700 or more a month.Larger jobs or those that require more specialized cleaning or more frequent service are usually charged anywhere from 5 cents - 55 cents per square foot. Most companies charge separately for labor-intensive special services such as stripping and waxing floors 25 cents - 50 cents a square foot), carpet cleaning ($20 -$40 an hour), and cleaning microwaves or refrigerators ($10 -$35 per appliance). Generally the larger the office, the lower the cost per square foot. Basic nightly janitorial service for a 20,000-square-foot office in a major city can run 5 cents - 10 cents per square foot or $2,000 -$4,000 a month. Similar service for a typical 6-room, 2,000-square-foot office with a bathroom and a kitchenette in a less urban area might cost 10 cents - 55 cents per square foot or around $800 -$2,000 a month. Medical or health care facilities require specialized cleaning and are usually at the higher end of the price range -- and may be billed on an hourly basis rather than per square foot.



    Thank you so very much for such a quick response and great information.  It gives me a better idea of how much I will end up proposing to charge for our services.

    Much thanks,

    Boogie 2

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