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Common Misconceptions About Disinfection

Regularly disinfecting a high-touch area is one way to help protect you from germs.

All types of cleaning contribute favorably to the health of occupants in a building. However, as the nation and world continue to battle the COVID-19 pandemic, the commercial cleaning industry is battling misconceptions about disinfection and how it works to keep germs at bay. There is also quite a bit of confusion surrounding cleaning terms and what different cleaning methods are used for. Here are some common misconceptions about disinfection – what it is and what it isn’t. Cleaning is… Read More

Is Your Cleaning Company Meeting Your Standards and Your Needs?

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When our government and business leaders talk about returning to some semblance of normal, they often are referring to getting back to work and helping the economy heal. For many workplaces, the “new normal” includes stepped-up cleaning and disinfecting services. It’s imperative that your commercial cleaning company provides what you need and expect during this unprecedented time and as the nation moves forward. However, employers who “settle” because they don’t want to look for a new cleaning company are putting… Read More

What You Should Expect From a Deep-Clean of Your Office

Take advantage of the office being empty or half-full and have professional commercial cleaners deep-clean your office to help create a healthy working environment and contribute to the overall appearance and maintenance of the facility. Generally, deep cleans are planned during the holidays or midsummer, when many employees are out. But this spring’s unplanned shutdown presents an opportunity to have the office cleaned and sanitized when employees return to work. What does a deep clean involve? A “deep clean” service… Read More

You Host the Party; We Clean Up

Woman cleaning a refrigerator with spray and gloves

Whether you operate a business, school, church, hospital or other commercial facility, the holidays can be a somewhat hectic – and challenging – time of year. Traffic increases with holiday visits and festive parties, weather changes can cause disruptions with tracked-in snow and salt, employees might battle winter colds or even the flu, and food and decorations can start to take over work spaces. There’s a lot to keep track of to keep your workplace tidy, clean and sanitary for… Read More

Clean Restrooms Make Customers Happy and Keep Employees Healthy

It’s a dirty job, but someone has to do it. Restrooms in your office or retail establishment must be cleaned regularly – and by regularly, we mean at least once per day. High-traffic restrooms will require cleaning at least twice per day. Seventy percent of Americans say they’ve experienced a dirty public restroom. The most common complaints are lack of toilet paper and paper towels, clogged toilets, broken stall doors and nasty smells. These issues discourage customers from returning and… Read More

3 Tips for Efficient Winter Cleaning in Your Office

Who said cleaning should only be done in the spring? With so much of the winter spent enjoying the cozy indoors, it’s easy to forget about dirty boots tracking salt and snow on the floor, holiday messes from dropped cookies and spilled eggnog and of course, the dreaded flu season. To combat the wintertime mess and to keep your space spotless, even before spring, follow these three winter cleaning tips: 1. Keep your floors and carpets clean. Does your commercial… Read More

Defensive Cleaning Before Flu Season for Your Office

Defensive Cleaning Before Flu Season for Your Pensacola-Milton Office

December is here, and it is time to start thinking about defensive cleaning against the flu at the office. Yes! A proactive approach to commercial cleaning, along with your efforts to educate your staff on workplace hygiene, can help reduce the risk of an office wide case of the flu. Office managers can do their part by taking initiative and reminding staff to take basic precautions before flu season begins. What Your Office Can Do Encourage vaccination The CDC recommends… Read More