I have a few commercial jobs, but they are just quick outside clean - leave a receipt and someone pays me out the petty cash. The biggest one I have is technically commercial but is a family home where the person works from home, so I have no experience of cleaning office buildings etc. Got a quote today for a reasonable sized 2 storey building. I was shown around and was trying to tally it up in my head whilst being walked around by presumably the HR woman. They want a 3 monthly outside clean and a 6 monthly inside clean. I don't normally do 3 monthly but In my head I tallied up outside to be roughly 2 hours on a first clean so as they are commercial I thought £120-£140? Inside is going to be more awkward because there is a large section of glass that spans the two floor at the front and inside is seperated by the two floors themselves (if that makes sense) so is going to be more tricky, along with fire doors and 3 seperate partitioned areas inside which have floor to ceiling glass which I think I'll do with a step ladder? (they want both sides doing) of what I can get to, as there is some desks in the way etc. The inside I think realistically is going to take a day or most of it, not sure how to go about pricing it? I was thinking of doubling my outside quote and then adding in £40 or similar per partitioned area and then a few quid for the fire doors. I know you guys can't know exactly what to quote but just need an idea about how you would do it. Cleaning it is another conundrum, they have around 120 employees at desks, in meetings and milling around - I don't fancy cleaning inside windows with people about for the time and general annoyance. So would you try and arrange the inside clean in out of office hours? And if so charge more? Also, she was rabbiting on about a contract... I'm not sure if I'm happy about that or not. Sorry lot to digest I know, want the job but with minimal hassle!