The vast majority of office buildings are set up with fabric-covered panels or cubicles. While commercial office managers typically have a cleaning schedule for their carpets, floors and windows, these upholstered walls are often forgotten completely. As a result, your disgusting office walls can become a potential breeding ground for germs. If your office has fabric covered cubicle walls, there are many reasons why you should have them cleaned as well.
As the saying goes, you only have one chance to make a good impression. That is why it is so important for your business to keep their windows spotless. I'm sure we have all encountered a commercial building with untidy landscaping, a trash-filled parking lot and dirty, grimy windows. This lack of care gives visitors the impression that the business is not thriving or that they simply do not care. This most obviously NOT the impression you want to give.
Most people try to avoid public restrooms whenever possible. Unfortunately, that is not always possible. Bathrooms, especially public ones, are known for being a breeding ground for germs and bacteria.
How clean is your office? Most offices make sure the garbage cans are emptied, desktops are dusted, carpets have been vacuumed or swept and the lobby or reception desk is clear of clutter. But what hidden threats are lurking in your office?
When was the last time your office refrigerator was cleaned out? I mean REALLY cleaned out?
In every office refrigerator, you can find unmarked Tupperware containers filled with leftovers the owner has long since forgotten about, mystery foods wrapped in foil as well as old bottles of condiments that just magically appeared one day and nobody lays claim to. Add to that the strange sticky spill that is unidentifiable yet never gets cleaned up.