Deep cleaning is an essential part of office maintenance.
It’s the act of doing that little bit extra to make an office clean and enjoyable to be in.
But what is it that makes it different to the regular office cleaning jig. It is important to keep up a programme of daily or weekly cleaning of your working environment ideally including wiping down the surfaces, vacuuming and making sure your business enjoys a high standard of cleanliness.
We have previously mentioned that a clean and tidy working environment is beneficial in more ways than one. It promotes a happy environment and motivated workforce.
However, in every office, there are some hard-to-reach places that cannot be tackled other than in a deep clean. Deep cleaning is sure to address the areas where grime accumulates over the course of a few weeks and months.
These areas aren’t reached during normal cleaning as cleaners may cause some disruption to workers, particularly when they’re trying to reach under desks, behind cupboards and even computer equipment.
It is recommended that an office deep clean is carried out every six months to a year, at the time to suit you.
Benefits of a deep clean
Even though certain areas of your office are not visible, it does not mean they should be forgotten about. A deep clean will tackle the areas that collect dirt over a lengthy amount of time, ensuring for amore hygeininc environment. Other benefits of a deep clean include:
- Thorough carpet cleaning – we can more furniture to make sure that every part of your floor stain and dirt free, and rid of any germs
- Removal of mould and mildew – moisture can collect in areas that would otherwise be covered up by furniture or other office decor
- Sanitising equipment – this includes keyboard, headsets and other computer hardware so to prolong the life of your office equipment