The Hidden Costs of a Dirty Church

“Cleanliness is next to godliness.” This quote is thrown around all the time and it is actually true. The concept preached with this single statement goes back all the way to the days of Babylon. It is also said that “Cleanliness gives rise to a good character by keeping body, mind, and soul clean and peaceful. Maintaining cleanliness is the essential part of healthy living because it is the cleanliness only which helps to improve our personality by keeping clean externally and internally.” This tenet towards cleanliness is a part of religion and should be practiced regularly by members and clergy. This tenet should also be used in places of business and churches in a practical sense. A hypocritical church will quickly find itself looking for new worshipers, or worse, a new place to offer services. Have your church regularly cleaned by professional cleaners to avoid any possibilities of this happening.

What are the hidden costs of a dirty church?

Slowly losing worshipers is the number one hidden cost of a dirty church. Worshipers getting sick and not being able to work for a living is a close number two when it comes to hidden costs of operating a dirty church. In addition to these two major problems, a dirty church runs the risk of liability lawsuits that can close the doors forever. The risks involved with allowing your church to remain dirty are not worth the cost of hiring a professional cleaning company to do their work. Do not risk losing worshipers or clergy falling ill, clean your church religiously to keep the doors open.

How do you go about keeping a church clean for worship?

You hire a professional cleaning company to clean your church in order to operate. This can take many forms, but if the church only operates during select days/hours, the best option would be to use a cleaning company like Upstate Janitorial. We work within your time frame to make sure your church is ready to open its doors when services are being offered.

Who offers church cleaning services in South Carolina?

Upstate Janitorial offers church cleaning services in South Carolina. Not only do we offer our normal services, but we offer a free consultation to specifically analyze your situation. We will be able to tell you what type of cleaning company would work best and save you money over the long run. We are not your average janitor because we have a team of professionally trained, equipped cleaners who will personally get to know your how best to clean your church. Our team will work with you and change our cleaning habits to meet specific requests.

How often should I clean my church in South Carolina?

Your church’s cleaning schedule should fit with the amount of services offered by the church. If your church is open throughout the week offering services to people of the community, then your cleaning schedule should reflect this and ramp up its efforts to meet the demand of the church. The best thing you can do for your church cleaning schedule is to work with your cleaning staff to determine the best possible cleaning schedule for your specific situation.

There are hidden costs involved with allowing your church to remain dirty and unclean. Worshipers will notice, clergy will notice, and even the Lord will notice. Attempting to push the dirt under the rug won’t work and the only way to realistically deal with a dirty church is to hire a professional cleaning company to handle the problem. If you need a professional cleaning solution for your church in South Carolina, look no further than Upstate Janitorial. Our team of professional cleaners offer a free consultation to figure out the best cleaning solution/schedule for your church. We have been around long enough to know how to thoroughly and properly clean a church.

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