Are You Moving Into A New Office?
Are you moving your business to a new location? If so, maybe you were able to find a new facility for an excellent price because it was left in pretty bad shape. Whatever the scenario, do you already have a plan to have the office cleaned? If that's the case, then you don't need to continue reading a single word.
However, if you don't have a plan in mind, from asking for volunteers from your staff to help you get the office in order to arranging for commercial window cleaning services, here are some ideas that might help you.
Ask For Volunteers - Do you have enough people on your staff who would be willing to help clean the new office? If so, you probably already know which of those individuals will be the ones who will volunteer. Still, consider putting out the word to everybody who works for you that the new office needs serious attention. You might be surprised at who will offer help.
Pick a day when the cleaning project will happen. Make it clear to those who will volunteer so that everyone will arrive on time. Have cleaning products and cleaning equipment ready. For example, you'll probably need things like a vacuum cleaner, cleaning rags, several bottles of spray cleaner, brooms and mops. Make a shopping list so that you won't have to take time out of your cleaning day to pick up cleaning things you forgot to buy.
Commercial Window Cleaning - Some of your cleaning jobs might be better left to professionals. For example, your new office space might have huge windows or windows that are hard to reach. A commercial window cleaning service will have workers who are trained to give attention to every single window you have in your office. The workers will bring state-of-the-art equipment. For example, they may bring powerful water sprayers to do the job thoroughly. The cleansers they bring will be environmentally friendly, too.
Think of arranging for the commercial window cleaners to come the day after your staff has done the cleaning in your office. That way, nobody will be underfoot while the window cleaners are working. Consider, too, arranging for the window cleaners to return on a regular basis to maintain the beautiful job they did initially. Of course, that will take money out of your budget, but it will be money well spent, won't it?