Janitorial Contract Law and Legal Definition
A Janitorial Contract (“Contract”) is a written contract between a person or company and a janitorial service company. It is an agreement detailing the services that the janitorial service will provide to the company. This Contract provides a detailed list of services provided by the janitorial services. It is used for avoiding confusion between both parties. It serves as a contract between the two parties. A Janitorial Services Agreement provides all terms and conditions of the contract. It provides details about how long the agreement lasts, the costs for services, what services the company provides and any other pertinent information regarding the arrangement.
Janitorial contract is a contract entered by Janitorial companies to provide a variety of cleaning services for commercial businesses. They may change the trash, clean restrooms, vacuum floors, or perform any number of other tasks involved in keeping a building clean. Many businesses and organizations contract this work out to cleaning companies through a process known as bidding. As part of this process, cleaning companies submit a price to perform the work, and the lowest qualified bidder is awarded the job. For many janitorial firms, government agencies are a great opportunity to obtain large-scale, consistent work. Fortunately, bidding on government janitorial contracts is fairly easy, and requires only a bit of searching, along with proper bid preparation.