Medical clinic cleaning requires extra care and attention to make sure that every surface is cleaned and sanitized daily. Because the volume of germs and bacteria in a doctor’s office is higher than any other facility, there is a greater risk for patients and staff to get sick. This, in turn, makes regular cleaning a must.
Many places are easily overlooked in your workspace. As a result, dust, debris, and germs collect regularly on surfaces and appliances. On the other hand, spring is a good time to do extra cleaning in your office environment. Making a spring cleaning list of chores in your workspace will help you sanitize all the forgotten areas in your environment.
While office cleaning should be a priority at all times of the year, winter cleaning is even more important. As soon as temperatures drop at the beginning of fall, the likelihood of catching a cold or the flu increases significantly. There is also the white smudges and the dirt that your staff and clients are bringing in from outside onto your floors. This is why it is important to keep your workplace in check particularly during the winter. Continue reading
An area that is often overlooked when it comes to office cleaning is the ceiling. One of the reasons behind this is that people do not think ceiling tile cleaning is something that needs to be part of routine office cleaning, but it is. Ceilings for commercial use require special attention every so often. Continue reading
Millions of Canadians contract the flu each year. While there are measures you can take to reduce the likelihood of getting sick, shared spaces often present the perfect opportunity for germs to spread. One prominent space is at work.
Winter is coming, and before you know it, snow is right outside the door. With snow come the all-too-familiar white stains to defile our carpets, but when it comes to commercial carpets, more specifically, the impact of rock salt and other products used to melt snow is more significant. Continue reading
As the saying goes, “People eat with their eyes first”, includes not just the presentation of the food but also the ambience in which one eats it. A successful restaurant no doubt depends on the taste and flavour of its cuisine but also the look and feel of the place. People pay for the experience they receive at a restaurant or hotel and expect the eatery to be clean and inviting.
We spend about 1/3rd of our day in the office and more than half our lives in the workplace. Therefore, a clean office is as important as a clean home because a clean workplace generates healthy ideas and a healthy workforce in general. However, your office may not be as clean as you think as so many people use the office space, which makes it a breeding ground for bacteria and infections.
As the world is increasingly becoming aware and active about reducing carbon footprint, wastage and recycling, following green cleaning practices at home and at work go a long way in improving the health of homeowners and office employees, clients and visitors.
A commercial kitchen is the backbone of any restaurant or hotel as it has a high volume output and its smooth functioning is essential to the success of any hospitality related establishment. Commercial kitchen cleaning is extremely essential in keeping the kitchen running seamlessly and for the equipment and appliances to last longer without hiccups. It is part of the overall maintenance and should not be ignored to avoid accidents and fires.