If you run a commercial cleaning company, you should know that the uptick in business may well become a permanent feature.
Yes, that’s right. The spike in demand for commercial cleaning and janitorial services may extend into 2021 and even after that.
That’s because the coronavirus could continue to be a threat.
According to experts, COVID-19 could become like measles, HIV, and chickenpox — endemic diseases that stubbornly refuse to go away. Sarah Cobey, an epidemiologist at the University of Chicago, says, “The virus is here to stay. The question is, how do we live with it safely?”
One way to fight COVID-19 is to increase the level of cleanliness and hygiene. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, a national public health institute, has issued guidance to business owners stating that cleaning and disinfection are crucial to halting the spread of COVID-19.
The commercial cleaning services industry was growing at a respectable pace even before the spread of the coronavirus. Now with the threat of the disease looming large over the country, cleaning companies can expect businesses to grow and remain buoyant for years.