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3 Office Cleaning Considerations

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Office Cleaning Service-Montréal,Laval,Longueuil

A Healthy & Clean Working Environment

A healthy and clean work environment is an essential part of employee productivity. That is why we have put in place a short list of three things to consider when cleaning the office such as the hygiene risks to be monitored and how to avoid them.

1) Floor Cleaning

You’ve probably heard about the 5-second rule; that when food hits the ground, it can be consumed safely. Well, that is completely false! The floors are indeed very dirty surfaces, especially if we consider that several people walk on them throughout the day.

Therefore, whether your floors are hardwood or carpeted, they are inhabited by various types of dirt and bacteria. Hence the importance of keeping floors clean. When we talk about carpets, they act as a sponge and absorb a large part of these contaminants which can affect the air quality with unhealthy particles and the general cleanliness of the workspace.

The hardwood floors when to them can be even worse. They don’t absorb the particles, which allows the dust and the particles to be thrown every time someone passes over them. That’s why it’s important to ensure that your floors and carpets are regularly vacuumed and thoroughly cleaned by a commercial cleaning service that will help keep your work environment healthy and clean.

2) Air Quality

We don’t often think about it, but the quality of the air we breathe can have significant effects on our mood and overall health. For example, just as a small, stifling, poorly ventilated room can make you uncomfortable, a large breath of fresh air can be a relief. In the office, we are surrounded by furniture, paper, plastic, food that gradually accumulate dust. All this combined with inadequate ventilation can quickly create bad air odors.

The best solution to avoid such problems is regular cleaning and dusting of your furniture! This is the most effective way to truly reduce the number of contaminants in the air in your offices and ensure a healthy work environment for your employees.

3) Washroom Cleaning

Finally, when in the toilet, these are one of the most shared spaces in the office, hence the importance of adequate and recurrent maintenance in order to keep the place clean and hygienic. Although most people think they know how to properly disinfect toilets, this often translates into a space that is clean to the naked eye, but in reality requires thorough disinfection.

For example, cleaned floors, clean sinks and freshly changed garbage can often satisfy employees' perceptions, but the appearance can be misleading. To ensure that toilets are perfectly clean, NetCorp takes special care of all surfaces such as toilet basins, floor drains, taps, mirrors, door cuffs, soap boxes, toilet paper boxes and sinks.

Fortunately, we have everything you need to ensure thorough cleaning and good maintenance management. NetCorp follows proper cleaning standards, and follows a maintenance plan to maintain good communication with your staff to ensure optimal cleaning.

The importance of a General Cleaning

Taking a cleaning initiative is one thing, but the use of appropriate methods and products to ensure that your workspace is really clean is another. From simple dust removal to floor maintenance, most cleaning tasks require specialized cleaning products or chemicals.

For example, the mixing of certain cleaning agents (such as chlorine and ammonia products) can release highly toxic fumes. Similarly, soil cleaned with too much concentrate can also leave potentially harmful residue that then evaporates into the air where everyone breathes.

Problems like these can be easily avoided through proper safe cleaning procedures. NetCorp provides you with a service with qualified staff and guarantees you a healthy work environment. Contact us to learn more about how we can help you create a healthy work environment with our office housekeeping services in Montreal, Laval, Longueuil, Brossard, the North or South Shore or the Greater Montreal Area.


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