How to Create a Request for Proposal (RFP)
The 8 Things You Need to Include in a Janitorial RFP
When selecting a commercial cleaning company for your business, you will most likely create a Request for Proposal, often called an RFP, which offers prospective companies an idea of what you’re looking for. These guidelines include your company’s specifications, requirements, details and cleaning and disinfecting goals. When ServiceMaster Clean receives your RFP, we will carefully review your guidelines and then respond with an explanation about why ServiceMaster Clean can provide you with the best commercial cleaning and disinfecting services.
When sending us your RFP for janitorial services, make sure you provide us with a thorough request so that we can fully answer your questions and concerns.
Send Us Your RFP!
Once you have included the eight pieces of the below information, send it over to ServiceMaster Clean so that we can review it and explain how we can meet your cleaning and disinfecting needs while adhering to your schedule and budget. We have over 65 years of commercial cleaning experience and our janitorial cleaning services are second to none. We are fully committed to embracing your cleaning goals and offer convenient, flexible RFP cleaning services.
Read on below for the eight things to include: