Your employees spend a lot of time at the office. Clients come and go, there are meetings, food, lots of things going on that can create an unsanitary situation at work.
In order for people to feel comfortable at work you need to have a clean place. But when is the best time to bring in the commercial cleaning staff?
The first thing you need to decide is if you need daily, weekly or just monthly cleaning. It’s not so much a matter of budget, but it’s more about what’s needed to make your working space comfortable. An unclean office can become a source of stress. Nobody needs that.
Maybe in your office there are certain areas that need cleaning daily and other areas where once a month would be ok.
The other thing to consider is if people often end up working late, at the office. If that’s the case, is it ok to have commercial janitorial staff come in at the end of the day? Or, will it be too much of a disturbance for employees that have already put in a long, hard day.
Cleaning equipment can be quite noisy, so if the type of work people end up doing late in the evening or night requires concentration, then maybe it’s not good to disturb them?
The morning can be a good time to bring in the cleaning crews if people come in at a consistent time and things are generally a little slow in the mornings. You don’t want cleaning crew getting in the way of clients or staff frantically scrambling to meet deadlines.
Another thing to consider is if people in your office often have client or other meetings at night time and the office needs to look clean first thing in the morning.
All things considered, it’s important to have a clean working environment. Your circumstances would determine whether you should have a commercial cleaning crew come in in the morning or evening.
Evergreen maintenance has crews that can do the job at any time of day or night. If you have a special event happening at your office and need us to come in extra, we can do that too.
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