Cleaning is a chore. But for our teams, it is a profession and our professionals have skills that make them ideal for each unique mess. We take the time necessary to train our staff on how to clean efficiently and effectively. The key is to have a cleaning plan and spec sheet for each location we work with so everyone is on board.
When making a cleaning plan for a commercial building it is essential to mark the areas in the building that need to be cleaned. What is the floor plan? What type of flooring is in a room? These answers let us know the team size and floor cleaning that is needed. Knowing if appliances and equipment should be cleaned is also essential in being able to prepare a team.
When cleaning a room we start from top to bottom to make sure the dust isn't just being moved around but rather, removed from the atmosphere. To ensure top to bottom cleaning, knowing when and where employees have to be so the cleaning crew can work around them without disrupting work flow is beneficial for cleaners and the commercial establishment. Sometimes it is necessary to clean at night when no one else is there and sometimes keeping the place tidy during the day is best.
In my experience, each commercial building is different and getting the occupants and cleaners all on the same page helps facilitate an efficient working relationship. Let's work on your businesses cleaning spec sheet.
President, of Scrub Masters Plus Corp, A professional cleaning company that focuses on excellent results and keeping business by dedication and earning trust.