Dec 23, 2020 | Janitorial Cleaning

Microfiber Cleaning Equipment

 

Exterior windows are one of the first things potential clients see when visiting your business! When choosing a commercial cleaning service,  it is important to make sure window cleaning is included.  There’s a reason why tall skyscrapers make sure they keep their windows clean! Keeping windows clean make a big difference to both the exterior appearance of your building and more importantly, allow natural light to enter the facility. Regular cleaning also extends the life of your windows and helps prevent pests from entering your workspace. 

 

Other considerations with window cleaning:

     Keeping people safe: Make sure that your commercial cleaning service are using the correct techniques, cleaning products, and tools to keep all of your windows cleaned in a timely and safe manner.

     Keeping people healthy: It is no secret that some cleaning chemicals can be dangerous if used improperly or without protection. If your employees have certain allergies or asthma, make sure you let the company know about them!

     Keeping people focused: Delegating tasks such as window cleaning to professional services allow your employees to focus on their primary duties. While it might be tempting to try and save a buck on cleaning, there is a productivity cost that doesn’t show up on the balance sheet! 

 

How often should I clean my windows?
There is no catch all answer to this question. Your individual cleaning schedule depends on several variables such as: type of external landscaping, building traffic, geographical location, and the type of business you run. Your professional cleaning service representative should sit down and review all of these factors and present a cleaning plan based on your needs. 

 

What does a professional window clean include?
While different cleaning services might have different packages based on your budget, they should all include a cleaning of both the internal and external surfaces of the window. This will remove any accumulated dirt, dust, microbes and pest infestations. The product used to clean the window should be tailored to your specific use case and the cleaner should use all proper safety equipment. 

 

The end result should leave your building looking great and ensure a happy, healthy work environment for your employees. Clean windows will leave good impressions on potential vendors and customers. If you have questions about your potential needs do not hesitate to reach out! Elevated Janitorial will be happy to answer any questions you might have about external and internal window cleaning! 

 

 

 

 

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