Tips for Keeping Your Mesa, AZ Commercial Property Clean
Spring & Summer time is the perfect opportunity for deep cleaning, as it's often overlooked during other times of year. Although spring-cleaning has traditionally been associated with residential homes, commercial places also need to deal with bacteria and messes that grow throughout winter months when people are cooped up inside due to cold weather outside. A good clean will help make your workplace more open; additionally a welcoming environment encourages customers who may want to visit! Below you'll find some areas in every building worth inspecting:
ON THE OUTSIDE
Windows are one of the simplest yet crucial areas to keep clean. Beyond making sure you have squeaky clean windows, check to make sure they have tight seals so that cool air doesn't seep out and warm air in winter months can stay inside as well preventing water collecting on the outside surfaces where it could trickle through small gaps into your home. Checking caulking and weather stripping remains intact ensures money is saved for future repairs or replacements!
This may sound like a drag but keeping up with window maintenance will save time (and energy) down the road because leaks from within can be prevented before disaster strikes if any issues arise when checking these components now.
Landscape Upkeep and Upgrades
Landscape planning is crucial to the success of your business. Now that it's spring, now is a great time for you or someone else to make sure all the weeds are plucked out, mow any grass present in order to keep up with customers' expectations on how well-groomed your property should be. Additionally this could also be a good time for some landscapers if they want an update or just need something new because flowers can add more beauty than weeding alone ever will!
If you're switching your building’s air flow system from heating to cooling, now is the best time for a quality check. Test out your system by running it; make sure that everything works properly and replace any outdated parts if necessary. Clean out the ventilation systems with dust particles or other debris lying inside them- ventilators are rarely cleaned which can lead to pest infestation or mold problems when cleaning vents/ducts of all buildings owners who neglect this step while in hot weather conditions! Not only that, but unclean ventilation systems can also cause a fire hazard. Would you rather have a professional cleaning company come to clean it out for you? Give us a call, we know a guy… (480) 553-7103
Pest Control Maintenance
Pest control has been a constant battle for years. Spring brings back the plant life that sustains us, but also introduces swarms of bugs and other pests. It’s important to take preventative measures in order to avoid being forced into costly fumigations or shut downs during peak seasons which can be detrimental on your bottom line as well as customer service satisfaction levels. If you have persistent pest problems year after year then there are probably some exterior factors outside of your business attracting these invaders such as landscaping issues or defects within the building itself like an open window near ground level where they could get inside easily with no security measures put up by previous owners who might not even live nearby anymore!
WHAT TO LOOK FOR INSIDE
Dusting is one of the most overlooked cleaning tasks. Once dust accumulates, it can lead to other problems such as mold and mildew buildup or infestation by pests like bed bugs.
Dust has a tendency to accumulate in places that are hard for us humans with our tiny arms, short height, and limited mobility (like under your couch) because we don't go there often enough! Make sure you grab all those neglected areas when getting prepared for this month's deep clean so that not only will these spots be cleaner but they'll also stay nice-and-dust free until next time around. Here are 4 tips to help you when dusting
- 1. Be sure to dust off all surfaces, including the tops of cabinets
- 2. Dust bookshelves and other furniture that are covered in dust
- 3. Check high shelves for cobwebs or any other signs of dirtiness
- 4. Clean out air vents with a vacuum cleaner or duster
Flooring and Carpet Upkeep
The rainy monsoon season is here and hopefully by now everyone’s back to work. We all know how dirty our carpets get as people come in from a rainfall with their shoes on...which means dirt buildup starts happening right away inside too. Protect against this grime build-up by buying some strong cleaners and vacuuming regularly; but don't stop there--give your floors extra attention at least once or twice per year (particularly after heavy traffic) and have a professional carpet cleaner give them a good long scrubbing as well!
Keeping the office clean and organized
Here are some tips to keeping the office clean and organized:
- Make sure you have enough storage space for everything in your office. Get rid of the stuff that doesn't belong and find ways to store what does.
- Have a designated spot for recycling, trash, and other things that need to be taken out regularly. This will keep your office looking nice and organized.
- At the end of the day, or when workers are working remotely,encourage them to make sure their workspace is tidy before they leave the room or step away from your computer screen so there's no cleaning up needed when they get back! - Keep any food items in an area where they won't be a distraction, cause damage, or get forgotten about and go bad.
- Don't let your office get cluttered! Set aside some time each day to tidy up the space you use and organize what you need on hand.
Keep your office disinfected
Okay, by now you have heard the disinfecting suggestion enough for a lifetime because of COVID19. But really it should have been being done this whole time. It was brought to a highlight because of COVID19, but imagine how much less people would have gotten sick if it had just been a routine part of cleaning this whole time. Keeping your workforce from getting sick from anything, not just COVID19, would keep their medical costs lower and keep them working and more productive. That’s good for everyone!