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Janitorial Use of Outdoor Storage Sheds


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As a janitorial contract cleaner you realize how important the storage of cleaning supplies can be. If not properly stored cleaning chemicals and machines can be a safety hazard to many people. In most janitorial supply catalogs and websites selling cleaning and janitorial products, you usually can find them selling some type of outdoor storage shed. Most often these catalogs and websites offer Rubbermaid outdoor sheds, but occasionally they offer Suncast, Duramax, or Arrow Sheds too.

Janitorial and building contract cleaners are often not original equipped with the necessary space to house all of their equipment and materials. Many cleaners have found an easy solution in outdoor storage sheds. Some office buildings or other public buildings have storage closets built into the building for janitorial contract cleaners to use, but often times contract cleaners have either not enough storage room or none at all. Secure storage is extremely important as contract cleaners are not in the building at all hours of the day.

Contract cleaners can have thousands of dollars worth of cleaning supplies and machinery, depending on the type and size of building, which needs to be locked up when they are finished using them. Some supplies that are typical of the janitorial industry are mops, brooms, vacuums, carpet cleaners, floor buffing machines, chemicals, and other everyday cleaning supplies. It is very important for contract cleaners to have a secure place to store these supplies when they are not in use, and a theft could be very costly to their business financially.

Another important reason that contract cleaners need to keep their supplies securely locked away from the public is the possible danger of chemicals. Janitorial contract cleaners are trained to properly use cleaning chemicals, but if used improperly or ingested these chemicals can be extremely harmful. The average public, especially small children should be kept away from these materials for their own safety.

For these reasons janitorial and building contract cleaners have turned to outdoor storage sheds for their storage needs. These sheds provide plenty of room to store all of their supplies and materials, and storage sheds are capable of being locked to prevent harm or theft. You can find a large selection of outdoor storage sheds at

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