There’s nothing spookier than dirt, dust, and cobwebs. But what about those germs – especially in your business! It’s that time of year as colder temperatures push through West Michigan, thicker coats and sweaters come out of the closest and you hear more sniffles and coughs.
You’ve probably already run into at least one person who got a cold. Or maybe you were the unfortunate victim to those nasty germs. As a cleaning company, First Choice Cleaning & Restoration not only cares about the appearance of your environment, but we care also care about the well-being of your workers and visitors.
Unfortunately, germs can spread quickly and are passed through human contact. Germs are tiny organisms that create disease. They are so small that you won’t even notice when they’ve entered your body.
If you are one of our clients, you can attest to our top notch cleaning, and if you are a business that is looking for an efficient cleaning company call us today at (616) 772-4700.
First Choice Cleaning works to help you eliminate these germs by knowing where to clean, and what products to use to get rid of these annoyances. However, even if you’re cleaning people are getting all the dirt and gunk daily or weekly, it’s harder to eliminate those pesky germs that come through your doors during the workday.
Which is why we wanted to take a few moments and give you three tips to maintaining cleanliness in your business environment in between your professional cleaning services.
- Keep hand sanitizer on hand. Your employees may be great at washing hands and using sanitizer, but you may have individuals coming through your doors that are not on the up and up with it. Having sanitizer in a common area where individuals can see and use it, and to help minimize the spread of germs.
- Provide disinfectant wipes. If you need assistance selecting the best type, ask a First Choice cleaner. Providing disinfectant wipes to your employees, and visitors, especially during the cold and flu season, can prompt others to wipe down spaces daily. Wiping down desks daily, and high traffic tables, will help in keeping your workers, and others, healthy.
- Wash shared use coffee mugs, eating utensils and such. A common shared area by workers is the kitchen. You may be microwaving lunch, getting a cup of coffee or throwing trash away, but cleaning up after yourself is essential to keeping the germs away. Wash shared use dishes thoroughly with soap and water! Even if it doesn’t look dirty doesn’t mean that it’s not. Be a good co-worker and clean up after yourself.
We want to work with you to create a healthy environment for your workers and clients. Our janitorial services team provides quality maintenance. Please take a look at our process on our website.