Commercial cleaning is comprised of cleaning services for commercial properties and spaces like offices, banks and retail shops. Commercial cleaners use more powerful machineries than residential cleaners and often clean outside of operating hours.
First time business owners tend to go for the cheapest quote when hiring office cleaners. Avoid mistakes such as failing to do reference checks and not monitoring cleaning hours. Ask the cleaners...
What do you look for when you get quotes or talk to commercial cleaning companies?
This article may help.  https://www.savvysme.com.au/article/8475-10-crucial-questions-when-hiring-a-commercial-cleaner?
How often are regular cleaning services? What's the cost for basic tasks such as vacuuming, mopping, dusting, window cleaning, tidying, and cleaning common areas like bathrooms and pantries?
Office Cleaning Services do range based on what you call regular. If you are an office of 5 staff a weekly service may suffice, however in my experience, once you have over 10 staff, you need to consider increasing this frequency to maybe twice a week. Above those staffing numbers, cleaning does really need to be done either 3 times or week or daily. It doesn't mater how clean you rworkforce keep the premises, bathrooms are still used very heavily across the week if you have more than 10 staff.
We have users that charge from $40 - $70/hour for a weekly service. However, the hourly rate usually decreases the more frequently you get the serviced done. It's important if you are going to engage an Commercial Cleaner to clean your office space, often at night, unsupervised that you ask the right questions when interviewing them.  https://www.savvysme.com.au/article/8475-10-crucial-questions-when-hiring-a-commercial-cleaner?
For some business owners, simply going with the cheapest quote becomes the default option. Hiring the cheapest commercial cleaning company can be a recipe for trouble. Instead, assess the value they...
I have one that I have been working on, printed out after I had edited it & showed husband.. but I am wondering if it is TOO professional. It covers things like Liability Policies, Business...
Going by what little details you've described, it doesn't on the face of it sound too "professional" to me.
If the meaning of what you intend is buried in "legalese" or technical jargon, you may need to modify or edit a little more. But if the language used is concise, clear and bereft of filler, I suspect you have a worthy contract.
Is there some way you can provide either: a link to view; point to a website; or perhaps a downloadable PDF, so we can read the whole thing? Context will help.