Keeping Your Commercial Facility Clean Through The Winter
Even though snow is fluffy, white and beautiful, we all know it can create quite the mess. No matter what, slush on the ground and wet weather conditions significantly increase the amount of moisture that is accidentally brought indoors, which inevitably affects your building’s entire cleaning routine. Wintertime can really dirty the office quickly, so here’s a few tips to help keep things clean and dry when it’s cold outside.
Commercial Window Cleaning
Windows are often neglected during the winter months, but clean windows are essential to maintaining a clean office. Make sure your windows are washed regularly to ensure that sunlight can shine through bright and clear. This will not only fill your office with natural light, which has many work productivity benefits, but having sunlight in the office can also help absorb moisture (especially on carpets). Clean windows can even keep hard surface floors dryer and safer (wet floors are an accident waiting to happen!). Needless to say, keeping your windows clean during the winter has many benefits.
Commercial Floor Cleaning
Floors are probably the most obvious areas of the office that need regular maintenance and frequent cleaning throughout the winter. Despite floor mats and/or requiring employees to wipe their feet upon entering the building, both carpets and hard floors will still get wet and lots of mud, snow, and even salt and sand will find a way indoors. Often, carpets and floors will need to be vacuumed every day to get rid of the dirt and grime that’s tracked in, and the hard floors will most likely need to be mopped daily so that they do not stay wet. To prevent scratching and damage, you may want to consider having your hard floors buffed regularly or even stripped and resealed so that the winter moisture does not destroy them.
Commercial Upholstery Cleaning
Just like carpets, the upholstery in your office gets pretty beaten up during the winter months. Dirt, grime and other substances trap themselves deep within the fabrics and begin to get ugly overtime. This process is greatly escalated during the winter. Nobody, whether they are an employee or customer wants to sit on a dirty chair. Consider having your upholstery professionally cleaned this winter to increase employee productivity and to keep customers coming back time and time again.
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