Winter weather can be especially tough on our office entryways with snow, water and salt being tracked through the office after a rain or snow storm. Here are three helpful strategies that will help you minimize wear and tear on your carpet and keep them clean and fresh through the upcoming snow season.
Holiday office parties are a tradition for many companies. It is a great time to take a break and socialize with coworkers in a relaxed setting. Office holiday parties are a great way to bring the year to a close, so it is important to make the event memorable and let your employees and their guests know how much you value them and the hard work they do.
To make sure the party is a success some preparation is required, and a big part of that preparation starts with a good office cleaning. The party planners at Commercial Cleaning Corporation have put together a list of everything you will need to know when it comes to preparing your office for a holiday celebration.
For most businesses, the office kitchen and break room are a constant battle to keep clean, organized and maintained. The office kitchen always seems to become the source of frustration because of its constant use.
The experts here at Commercial Cleaning Corporation would like to offer these four helpful strategies to keep your office kitchen clean for good.
A top concern for many offices during the pandemic is how germs spread and what steps to take to minimize their spread. As more people return to the workplace and with an increase of in-person customers to stores, employers in every industry have been taking steps to provide safer, healthier business environments.
Germs spread quickly, and in places of business surfaces get touched often and by many people. By understanding exactly how germs spread around your business you can better understand what can be done to reduce the spread.
When it’s time to move on from your current commercial space, there is a laundry lists of tasks that will need to be completed. Not only are you going to need to pack up and coordinate the move, you will also need to clean up for the next tenant.
An office move can feel completely overwhelming when you think about the long, backbreaking process of getting everything from your current location to your new one and cleaning the space.
We have broken down the large task of cleaning when moving into 5 simple steps that can help you stay organized, reduce your stress, and save you time and energy.
Dust mites are microscopic, insect-like pests that generate some of the most common indoor allergens that can trigger allergic reactions and asthma in some people. Did you know hundreds of thousands of dust mites can live in the bedding, mattresses, upholstered furniture, carpets or curtains in your home and office?
Dust mites are not parasites; they don’t bite, sting or burrow into our bodies. However, the harmful allergens they create come from their fecal pellets and body fragments.
The best way to keep your office building in great shape from top to bottom is to address any maintenance issues quickly to prevent bigger problems from occurring.
Many of the biggest building maintenance issues and risks can be identified by asking your cleaning staff a few key questions. By implementing a proactive maintenance strategy, you will address two very important things: reducing overall maintenance costs and improving safety.
A clean business makes a great first impression and can mean happier and healthier employees.
Fall is a great time to have your business commercially cleaned in preparation for the winter months. Let’s talk about the areas that can benefit the most.
Often times, regardless of our best efforts, many of us find ourselves dealing with clutter in our workspace. The impact of busy schedules, workload challenges, or simply having too many objects in your space can create messy areas that are distracting and have an impact the quality of work.
The good news is you’re not alone. We have some office cleaning tips that you can implement today to help you create a clutter-free environment. With a little knowledge and effort, you can feel better about your work area and boost your productivity.
Did you know that the typical office worker’s hands come in contact with 10 million bacteria a day? Common areas in the workplace are the most likely area that employees pass on germs.
It is easy to miss cleaning all the surfaces in your office or workspace that hide cold and flu viruses. Now with the added concern of COVID-19, it is especially important not to overlook common touch points that see a lot of traffic throughout the workday.