Florida Commercial Janitorial and Custodial Services
Beck Janitorial and Custodial Services help maintain a clean and healthy environment within all buildings being maintained.
Our Florida services include...
Cleaning and restocking restrooms
Emptying trash cans and recycling bin
Picking up litter
Clearing lunchrooms and kitchens
Maintaining public areas
Changing used light bulbs
Providing pest control services
Beck Facility Services provides janitorial and custodial services to schools, manufacturers, and to healthcare providers in Florida. Beck works with K-12 schools, both public and private, along with higher educational facilities. Beck has also teamed up with Johnson Diversey and their "High Performance Cleaning for Healthier Schools" program in an effort to provide green cleaning solutions for schools. For manufacturers, Beck provides its comprehensive janitorial services along with material handling services. Beck's services also extend to healthcare providers, where Beck janitorial and custodial services provide a clean environment for hospitals, fitness facilities, offices, and other medical facilities.
Beck Facility Services provides comprehensive cleaning services to ensure that safe, clean, and healthy facilities are provided.
Restrooms: Restrooms are cleaned and restocked as needed.
Public Areas: These areas are cleaned as needed. Cleaning includes mopping and vacuuming.
Corridors and Stairwells: These areas are cleaned based on usasge or demand. Cleaning includes mopping and vacuuming.
Offices: Recycling and trash removal. Floor cleanings are also provided. Frequency of office cleaning depends on usage and daily traffic.
Florida is the southeasternmost U.S. state, with the Atlantic on one side and the Gulf of Mexico on the other. Nicknamed the “Sunshine State,” it has hundreds of miles of beaches. Miami is known for its Latin flavor and influential arts scene, as well as its nightlife, especially in upscale South Beach. Orlando is famed for theme parks, including Walt Disney World.
Population: 19.89 million (2014)