We Are Commercial Cleaning Professionals
It’s a given – everyone wants their business to look good. That’s great!
As professionals, we take our work seriously. Consequently, we believe cleaning is an important and necessary act of maintenance for your building. Proper care must be taken to improve the lifespan and aesthetics of your facilities. The way we see it, doing it properly – the first time – avoids the risk of hurting your business’s image. And your bottom line.
Experienced facility managers know that the cleanliness of their building is often seen as a reflection of their own commitment to quality and professionalism.
For this reason, our commercial cleaning services focus on proper cleaning techniques based on our industry’s best practices, and why we insist on using only the best products available.
Because To Us, It’s About More Than Just Looking Good…
Proper cleaning procedures are an important part of facility management. Moreover, by adhering to our industry’s best practices, we can ensure that the job will be done right the first time.
We care about our clients, and we care about the visitors that come through their buildings every single day. This is why we stress the importance of remaining vigilant and focused on the details. After all, just because something appears to be clean, doesn’t me it actually is!
Germs Spread Fastest On The Most Common Touch Points
Consider the very contagious influenza (flu) virus, or even the common cold. These pathogens spread through direct contact with other infected people, and most commonly by touching contaminated objects. These germs will often survive on a surface for many hours.
A recent survey by the Society of Microbiology found that up to 30% of people do not wash their hands after using the bathroom. Thus, it is up to cleaning professionals to reduce these everyday hazards through cleaning.
Even more, as if that isn’t bad enough, here’s another fun fact: 95% of people DO NOT wash their hands properly enough to kill off those germs!
Many of those germs are transferred elsewhere after they use the restroom – anywhere they touch. With this in mind, we believe it is important to train our professionals to spot the most common touch points, such as door knobs, light switches, and even telephones. Proper sanitation and disinfection is essential in keeping your workplace environment healthy and reducing absenteeism caused by illnesses.
Improper Cleaning Technique Is A Financial Issue, Too
Reducing the risk of sickness is more than a health issue. It is also a financial one. Employee sicknesses result in absenteeism, and this leads to decreased productivity and increased health care expenses. All of these could be reduced through proper cleaning protocols, especially when done by true professionals!
The Facility Managers Who Want It Done Right Bring In The Professionals.
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