The national average cost for cleaning of a standard commercial space is between $70 and $120, with larger spaces such as warehouses and multi-level offices costing more.
Professional cleaners can spruce up dirty offices on an ongoing basis or during a one-time visit. Regardless of square footage or business type, Pros can handle most cleaning jobs, regardless of square footage or business type. Frequency, facilities and specifics of the job all affect the cost of office cleaning.
Because commercial cleaning services provide help for a wide variety of property types—offices, restaurants, retail locations, medical facilities, schools, churches and more—the average price for commercial cleaning companies is highly variable. In addition, some customers hire professional cleaners for a one-time service, and others use a cleaning service multiple times a week on an ongoing basis. Let’s look at the factors that affect commercial cleaning costs.
What’s in this cost guide?
- Commercial Cleaning Rates per Square Foot
- One-Time Commercial Cleaning Rates Chart
- How Number of Windows and Bathrooms Affect Commercial Cleaning Costs
- Commercial Cleaning Flat Rates
- Commercial Cleaning Hourly Rates
Commercial Cleaning Rates per Square Foot
Professionals will help clean small storefronts or offices under 1,000 square feet, up to massive warehouse spaces or larger offices over 10,000 square feet. The bigger the space to be cleaned, the higher the cost; cleaning a 10,000-square foot office will take more time, cleaning supplies and a larger cleaning crew than cleaning a small office.
One-Time Commercial Cleaning Rates Chart
|Square Feet||Commercial Cleaning Cost|
|0–1000 sq. ft||$118|
|1000–2000 sq. ft||$150|
|3000–4000 sq. ft||$200|
|5000–6000 sq. ft||$225|
|7000–8000 sq. ft||$400|
|9000–10000 sq. ft||$463|