The season of spring has arrived! Rejuvenation, fresh air, and cleanliness are in order now!
Few people look forward to Spring cleaning, yet the majority of us enjoy the longer days and nicer weather that Spring brings. For businesses, it can be more scary because the concept itself can appear so enormous. What’s the first step, anyway? Is everything supposed to be cleaned? Where should my attention go? What about finding the time?
It’s not necessary to spend days or even weeks spring cleaning your office. Just set priorities, get things in order, then decide where to begin. To assist you get over the hump and prepare your commercial space for Spring, here are a few suggestions.
1.) Scan the Area
Although it might seem like a step in the wrong direction—that is, towards procrastination—paying close attention to your office space can help you determine what spring cleaning tasks are most important. Ask a representative of a commercial cleaning company to walk you through it. They can aid in problem identification as they are adept at spotting areas that warrant attention.
2) Evaluate the Exterior
Begin with the exterior, giving close attention to the driveway, entryway, and sidewalks. You want to be sure that your company is creating a positive first impression in these areas since these are the ones that your clients will notice initially.
It could be necessary to pressure wash the walkways or give your parking lot a clean sweep. Examine the windows, doors, and entryway for smudges, dirt, and grime. The first stage in your spring cleaning campaign should be to make your foyer tidy and welcoming.
Flooring suffers in the winter. During the winter, the accumulation of road salt, water, dirt, and grime can make your floors appear dingy and dull. Furthermore, a buildup of dirt and grime can shorten the useful life of carpets and floors by causing greater wear and tear. Spring is a fantastic time to take care of this vital cleaning duty, which is having your carpets and floors professionally cleaned.
4) Get Rid Of The Dust Piles
We naturally make extensive use of our heating systems during the winter. Your commercial area becomes dusty from the ducts and vents you have. Furthermore, the air has a tendency to be dry during the colder months, which also results in dry skin. Incredibly, a significant portion of indoor dust is caused by dead skin cells. Of course, outdoor dirt and trash are also a source of dust, which occurs when they are brought inside and subsequently dry in hot air.
Your spring cleaning schedule should unquestionably include a thorough dusting of your commercial property. The indoor air quality can be improved, which is healthy for everyone, in addition to making your property look and feel cleaner.
5) Reduce clutter
Desks, closets, warehouses, and storage facilities should all be cleaned out in the spring. Make a thorough inspection of these spaces and throw away anything that is no longer needed or has expired. You most likely don’t need something if it was there the last time you decluttered.
Finding helpful stuff that you had forgotten you possessed can often happen when you declutter. Additionally, decluttering can lead to better organization and more storage space.
Hiring a business cleaning company is the simplest approach to handling your Spring cleaning, to finish. They can perform a thorough cleaning for you without you having to do a thing, and it will fulfill all of your Spring cleaning requirements. Give Joliet Commercial Cleaners a call for a free consultation if you need assistance with your spring cleaning this year.