A industrial cleaning invoice is used by industrial cleaning companies to request payment after servicing an industrial building or complex.
What is Industrial Cleaning?
Industrial cleaning is needed to ensure facilities are kept in good standing and stay operational. With industrial cleaning, the tools and machinery needed is more complex and expensive than your average cleaning supplies for a house (residential) or office building. An industrial cleaning company may specializes in any of the following services:
- Manufacturing buildings
Industrial cleaners require training to clean equipment while also knowing how equipment functions in order to stay safe and to prevent damage. Industrial cleaning is often performed during odd hours, either late at night or early in the morning, to not interfere with normal working hours. Materials gathered after cleaning need to be identified for proper disposal which are typically recycled or permanently disposed.
What to Include in an Industrial Cleaning Invoice?
The most important detail to cover in an industrial cleaning invoice is the pricing structure. Depending on the building or the type of work, the pricing structure will weigh heavily on the following factors:
- Area of square footage to be cleaned
- Amount of work needed to be completed
- Type of equipment needed to be cleaned
All of these details should be included in the invoice. Most clients will want to verify that the cleaning company has general liability insurance and workers compensation for their workers. Include or attach the insurance certificate to the estimate and invoice before sending.