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
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
Fall is here, and that is a good reminder that the holidays are around the corner. The holiday season presents unique challenges for keeping the office clean. Along with the weather changes bringing different seasonal allergens through your office doorway, your commercial cleaning company will also have to work around decorations and special events. So, before decorations go up, fun holiday contests take over the office or your big holiday office party takes place, you need a thorough cleaning. Now… Read More
Whether you have never used a commercial cleaning company or you are looking for a new one, there are several things you should ask about when you are getting bids. You will want to find a reputable, professional company who will tailor their services to your specific industry and company’s needs. Here are five key things you should ask a commercial cleaning company who is bidding on your business: Reputation Start by finding cleaning companies with a good reputation that… Read More
Customers are on a mission. And even though customer service is a factor in repeat business, nine out of 10 Americans say cleanliness matters, according to the 2017 Consumer Cleaning Insights Survey* by P&G Professional™. Whether they are shopping, visiting a doctor, searching for the right school, dining out or looking for a place to stay, customers say the cleanliness of a business is a major factor in helping them decide whether they will be repeat customers. When asked to… Read More
Your office may have felt like a petri dish as one team member after the other fell ill from the flu. Your team endured one of the toughest cold and flu seasons in the last 10 years, and you are ready to refresh the office with some smart and necessary spring cleaning. It’s time for employee attendance and productivity to get back to normal. Where do you start? Sanitize, sanitize, sanitize.
Making the decision to outsource your commercial cleaning is a strategic move for your business. Office managers with looming workloads and tight budgets find that outsourcing services, like maintenance or janitorial services that are out of the scope of your company’s expertise, is a workable, cost-effective solution to the headaches caused by leaning on employees or in-house teams.