When the last table is bussed and the kitchen closes, Tru-Shine restaurant cleaning teams go to work. Our crews are ready to provide the best in restaurant cleaning to make sure your kitchen and dining areas are clean, fresh and ready for the next day.
With professional restaurant cleaning services, your cooks will have a sanitized work environment and your guests an immaculate dining area. Tru-Shine Cleaning services include:
A superior and cleaner restaurant, from kitchen to dining area
Dedicated and experienced staff
24-hour operations support and measured inspections
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We adhere to the strictest quality standards and have designed our service to consistently meet and exceed that commitment to our clients.
We monitor our services for continuous process improvement.
We have technology in place to eliminate “no shows,” ensuring that your facility is serviced as scheduled, without exception.
We perform regular inspections and audits to monitor service quality.
We strive for continuous improvement with every client, no matter how large or small. Tru-Shine Cleaning Services LLC, is fully bonded and insured.
We provide liability and property damage coverage, as well as employee bonding, and all other applicable forms of insurance coverage.
Our employees are vigorously screened for our clients’ protection. We require all our employees to adhere to our professional appearance standards, wear uniforms, and carry proper company identification.
What Drives Us
“Give to the customer worry free cleaning service in quality and consistency, our goals at Tru-Shine is to obtain 100% satisfaction in our service. No fine print. No asterisks. No worries. 100% guaranteed.”
THE IMPORTANCE OF RESTAURANT SANITATION
Good sanitation is one of the most important priorities in a commercial kitchen. It’s more than just wiping down the tables, chairs and counters. It’s making certain that your staff is trained in cross-contamination prevention and performing a wide range of cleaning duties on daily, weekly, monthly and yearly schedules.
A clean commercial kitchen reduces harmful bacteria. Most food-related illnesses are the result of unsanitary food handling practices. Having just one case of food poisoning linked to your restaurant is enough to destroy your reputation.
It’s the law. The state has strict guidelines set on the sanitation of eating places. On average, a health inspector can visit a restaurant twice a year to make sure local safety regulations are implemented and to check hygiene levels.
All restaurant personnel should be trained in cleaning. From regularly washing their hands to knowing which cleaning products to use for surfaces, floors and equipment, the focus is on customer and staff safety.
Every commercial kitchen should have a cleaning checklist and schedule. Timelines may vary, but it will help ensure that every utensil is sterilized and the grease trap drained.
Tru-Shine Cleaning is a family-owned business serving the hospitality industry for more than 4 years with its cleaning and sanitation products.
For more information, contact Tru-Shine Services at 678-751-8871 and we’ll create a customized cleaning solution for your restaurant!
Hiring a Restaurant Cleaning Company
As a restaurant owner or manager, you understand that cleanliness is key. Customers won’t come back to a dirty restaurant. And if you’re not maintaining a high standard of clean, you’re putting your patrons at risk of food-borne illness, which can lead to health code violations or even the closure of your restaurant.
About Restaurant Cleaning Services
Cleaning services that cater to the restaurant industry understand the unique cleaning needs of your industry. They’ll work with you to design a cleaning process that meets your needs, leaving both the front of the house and the back of the house sparkling and sanitized.
Typical cleaning tasks include:
Dining room/lobby – Cleaning and sanitizing tables; sweeping, mopping and vacuuming floors; washing and dusting ceilings, windows and walls.
Bathrooms – Scrubbing and sanitizing all surfaces, including toilets and countertops; sweeping and mopping floors; refilling all soaps and paper products.
Kitchen – Cleaning and degreasing exhaust fans, filters and ducts; emptying grease traps; scrubbing broilers, ovens, stoves, steamers and fryers; cleaning and sanitizing countertops and stainless steel; washing floors and walls .
Any reputable restaurant cleaning service will provide you with a complete checklist of items to be cleaned so there’s no confusion. They should also be flexible when it comes to scheduling, working around the unique hours of the restaurant industry.
Cost of Restaurant Cleaning Services
Professional restaurant cleaning comes at a cost, but it might not be an extra cost if you’re currently paying staff members to do the cleaning.
Standard cleaning services such as vacuuming, dusting and cleaning the bathroom usually runs $.05 to $.20 per square foot or $20 to $50 per hour. You can opt for the service daily, weekly or monthly, depending on your needs.
Kitchen cleaning is more expensive because it is more difficult and involved. Heavy-duty cleaning runs as much as $50 to $150 per hour, depending on the level of cleaning that is required, but you probably only need this type of cleaning a few times per year.
Professional carpet cleaning costs about $.05 to $.25 per square foot.
Stripping and waxing tile or hardwood floors runs about $.20 to $.30 per square foot.
Choosing a Restaurant Cleaning Service
Consider your needs. Will you require daily cleaning or weekly service? Do you need the entire restaurant cleaned? Just the kitchen? Always start the process by figuring out exactly what services you need.
Do some background research. Is the cleaning service certified by the Institute of Inspection Cleaning and Restoration Certification (IICRC)? Does it have a favorable rating with the Better Business Bureau?
Know who will be cleaning. If possible, you want the same team to clean your restaurant each time. You’re more likely to get a consistent, reliable level of clean. And you’ll build a relationship of mutual trust.
Set expectations. Discuss exactly what you expect before hiring any service. Talk about which areas will be cleaned, what type of chemicals will be used and what time the service will arrive. If you agree on a set of expectations now, there will be less confusion in the future.
Hold up your end of the bargain. Just because you hire a cleaning service doesn’t mean your staff can slack off on their cleaning duties. Servers need to wipe down tables and vacuum crumbs after every shift. The kitchen staff needs to sanitize all surfaces and make sure food is properly sealed and stored.
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