Believe it or not, spring is actually on the way! That means it’s time to schedule the periodic deep cleaning all workplaces need. Regular janitorial services generally don’t include more involved specialty jobs such as carpet cleaning, having the upholstery cleaned, cleaning the drapes, and so on. However, after a long Boston winter, most businesses need the following areas deep cleaned:
Reception areas – lobbies, waiting rooms, and other entranceways
Conference and meeting rooms – shared workspaces, huddle rooms, breakout rooms
Break rooms – executive and general
Employee wellness facilities – gyms, meditation rooms, locker rooms
Offices & shared workspaces – open floorplan, executive suite, private offices
Hallways, stairwells, and communal areas
Other areas as needed
Does Your Business Past the Sniff Test? Don’t Let Carpet Cleaning Slide
As a commercial cleaning company in the South Shore, we’re often asked what the most critical spring cleaning tasks are. Carpet cleaning is definitely at the top of the list. Here’s why – carpets soak up and absorb all kinds of grease, grime, dirt and debris over the course of the winter. This material sinks deeply into the carpet fibers, where it can not be removed by regular vacuuming. Ove the course of time, this accumulated material begins to deteriorate. As it does so, it gives off a faint and unpleasant odor – musty, dirty, and not the smell you’d like to have associated with your business.
Does your business pass the sniff test? If you are less than pleased with your business’s scent, don’t reach for the Febreeze – these products only mask odor for a short time. Instead, have your local commercial cleaning company clean the carpets.
Carpet cleaning involves thoroughly washing and vacuuming the carpets using products designed to release grease, grime, dirt and debris from carpet fibers. The carpet is thoroughly dried afterward. After carpet cleaning, your carpets will have a brighter, renewed appearance as well as a fresh, clean scent.