Many schools around the country have either reopened or are in the process of coming up with reopening plan. Part of a reopening and operating plan should include a cleaning and disinfecting routine. Given the current public health crisis, the frequency of cleaning and disinfecting needs to increase, but can be difficult with children and staff constantly occupying and moving around the school.
Surfaces such as desks, cafeteria tables, chairs, handrails, door handles, and equipment need to be cleaned and disinfected after each use to stop the spread of contaminants, including the SARS-CoV-2 virus that causes the COVID-19 disease.
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You’re a business owner or operator, so you know just how important it is to have a clean business if you want to make a good first impression. Whether yours is a traditional office building, a retail store or another type of space, its condition and cleanliness can have a significant impact on your bottom line.
If you’re not in the cleaning industry, you might not realize that there is a difference between commercial janitorial services and commercial cleaning services. Yes, they both focus on cleaning and organizing specific areas, but who covers what? It’s good to know the difference between these services so you can hire the right team of professionals for your needs.
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Even with the current public health emergency, states are still following safe reopening guidelines Restaurants, cafes, diners and other public eateries are opening or increasing capacity to serve people via outdoor dining. While capacity may not be at 100% yet, that doesn’t mean your commercial kitchen cleaning tasks should slow down.
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There are a multitude of benefits to hiring a commercial cleaning company for your facility, including maintaining the physical assets of the building, leaving a good impression with staff, visitors, worshipers, students, and others, and overall convenience and cost efficiency.
A very important aspect of a building’s monetary value is the condition of the physical assets, such as carpets, hard surface floors, and windows. Routine maintenance and cleaning of these assets can help increase the property value of your building.
The recent health crisis caused by COVID-19 has forced churches and other places of worship to close their doors and switch to virtual worshipping services. Now, after several months of quarantining and attending services online, states have begun to lift restrictions on reopening some facilities, including churches and other places of worship.
Yet, the virus persists and so do the health risks associated with worshipping in person and in confined, indoor spaces. So, as the leader of your religious community, how can you assure your congregation that it is safe to return to in-person worshipping services?
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COVID-19 has affected everyone’s lives, including children’s, who have missed out on opportunities to learn, socialize and have fun. As states continue to reopen and begin planning for students to return to their classrooms, it’s vital to be mindful of how the Coronavirus has changed their learning environments and prepare accordingly. And as businesses, restaurants and shops begin to reopen too, it may feel like life is normal again, but we still need to continue to follow state and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) health and safety guidelines.
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As states move into different phases of reopening, many places of worship may be thinking about how to do so safely. The COVID-19 pandemic is still a major health threat even though businesses, schools, and churches are getting ready to reopen or increase capacity. The CDC is still urging churches and other places of worship to take precautions to ensure the safety of employees, volunteers, and worshippers to help stop the spread of the virus.
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Green Cleaning is the umbrella term for any type of cleaning that can be considered eco-friendly. This can be anything from using a non-toxic carpet cleaner to cleaning a sink with vinegar and baking soda. Green cleaning can even refer to the use of recycled materials in product packaging.
With the COVID-19 crisis businesses, schools, and other facilities are beginning to take cleaning more seriously than before. Green cleaning solutions are not only safer to use, they have simpler ingredients and are not harmful to the environment.
Cleaning may seem like an easy task with little question as to how to do it properly. However, with the threat of COVID-19 still present, understanding the truth around certain myths about cleaning and disinfecting is important for the health and safety of you, your family, employees, students, visitors, patrons, and others.
Here are seven common myths about cleaning and disinfecting that could help make your environment safer and healthier.
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You’ve heard the saying before: businesses with dirty windows are like nice smiles with yellow teeth. If you want to make a good first impression when employees, tenants, and visitors see your building, it is essential to have clean windows at all times. But, before you go contacting a commercial window cleaner, you need to understand a few things about commercial window cleaning.
In this blog post, we’ll provide a quick rundown of what commercial window cleaning is, how it’s performed, and what you should be looking for in a provider, so you can make an informed decision and keep your business looking pristine.
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