Many businesses in the Boston and Greater Boston area operate out of rented spaces. This might be the entire building, or it might be office space within a building. Either way, as highlighted in a recent Cleaning and Maintenance Management magazine article, it’s important that the landlord be content with the cleanliness of the property.
What type of cleanliness standards do commercial landlords have?
Commercial landlords can only make money when their properties are attractive to potential tenants. When you were looking for a place to locate your business, did you pay attention to who your neighbors would be? Did you consider what type of business they were and what kind of emotional effect their presence could have on your customers? Of course you did – and now that you’re in the property, potential tenants are looking at your business the same way.
To ensure a clean and safe environment, you’ll want to make sure all trash is disposed of promptly and uphold overall cleanliness. The easiest way for most businesses to achieve this standard is by working with a Woburn office cleaning service. Office cleaning can be performed at night, on the weekends, or during any other downtime that makes sense for your business.
Cleaning and Maintenance Magazine also drew attention to the need to keep the rented workspace odor free. Factors that can contribute to a business developing an odor include the cleanliness of carpeting or other flooring material, cleanliness of upholstery and soft surfaces, changing of air filters and vents, and more. The best office cleaning services can help you identify and eliminate any odors in your facility. Regular office cleaning as well as tasks such as carpet cleaning and upholstery cleaning make your business welcoming and inviting to your customers. This standard will also keep your landlord happy!