But why take a chance?
It's that time of year again when you want to throw open your doors and windows to let in the fresh air. But, then inevitably the itchy, watery eyes, runny nose an sneezing starts for all of you who suffer from allergies. (Doesn't the constant sniffing of a co-worker drive you crazy?)
It's not very often that you have a group of people together that at least one of them isn't an allergy sufferer. So, it's time to stay on top of the spring cleaning so that your office doesn't become a trigger zone.
Brooms and feather dusters can kick up more dirt that they remove, so be sure to vacuum and wipe down flat surfaces with a damp cloth on a regular basis. Blinds should be dusted once a month. Many cleaners may charge extra for this, but well worth it for the time saved in valuable employee work days. This also works on those spreadable germs that are lingering around that can cause colds.
Hiring a professional will not only save your employees time, but trained cleaners can maintain your space with less time and effort. Your employees can save time working if the aren't being sidetracked while attempting to clean. We have been cleaning in the valley for over 35 years and are well aware that when the air conditioning kicks on, it will be leaving a layer of dust everywhere. So, keep the boxes of tissues handy and give us a call.