You would want to keep your commercial premises clean, such as first impressions for visitors, creating a better working environment and, most importantly, ensuring that the health and well-being of your staff are not compromised. The specific cleaning tasks that are required may range from staff wiping down their computer keyboard with sterile wipes to you employing commercial cleaners to come in and do a deep clean regularly.
One commercial cleaning task many business owners overlook is cleaning their business premises’ ducts. Specifically, we are discussing the ducting that forms part of the heating and ventilation system. The reason it is overlooked varies, with some business owners genuinely forgetting the ducting is there, fearing it may cost a fortune to have the ducting cleaned, and not knowing why it needs to be cleaned.
Now that you have read this, if you are a business owner who has forgotten about the ducting in your business premises, here is your reminder. For those who think it is expensive, we can tell you it is not, even if professional commercial cleaners clean it. And, if you are unsure why it should be cleaned, here are five reasons it should be added to your list of tasks related to cleaning your commercial premises.
One of the most puzzling behaviours of some business owners, CEOs and managers is that they see everything which requires them to spend money as a cost, and thus a negative when that is not the case. Examples include training for staff, upgrading equipment, and the maintenance of equipment. Given the title of this article, we also include carpet cleaning in that too.
The reason that these attitudes to spending money on certain aspects of their business puzzle us is that many of them will help increase profits in the long run. Yes, they may have to be paid for upfront, but when they result in more customers, and increased revenues in the future, then the return on their investment can only be seen as a positive.
To some reading this, it might seem like spending money on having the carpets in your offices professionally cleaned could not be further from any kind of profit-generating activity, but you would be wrong. Ok, it might not be as exciting as investing in new product research or moving to new, modern, and bigger premises, so to convince you that having your carpets professionally cleaned can increase your bottom line, here are, not one, but four ways in which it can do so.
Having offices cleaned would not normally be at the top of the list of most important tasks that a business owner has to deal with, and unfortunately many even look upon office cleaning as a necessary evil. When they think about cleaning many business owners see it as a zero gain exercise that contributes nothing to their business and is simply a cost that has to be endured.
This is a regrettable view to take because there are several advantages of having offices professionally cleaned, which can have a positive effect on that business. If you wish to know what those benefits are, please read on.
It stands to reason that any environment in which people work is going to be healthier if it is cleaned regularly than if it is not. Professional cleaning does not only reduce physical dangers such as debris and spills on the floor, but it also eliminates health risks such as allergens, pollutants, and contaminants, all of which makes your office a healthier workplace.
Any business owner considering the installation of commercial lifts in any premises they are responsible for is bound to have several questions which they want to be answered. In most cases, some research might answer those questions, and almost certainly, any commercial lift installation company will be happy to answer the questions of a potential client.
What the specific questions about commercial lifts could be, will certainly differ from business to business, however, there are some which are almost certain to come up. To move a step forward to being able to make decisions about a new lift for your business, here are 6 of the most common questions asked by business owners about commercial lifts.
Should I Install A Commercial Lift For My Business?
If your business is housed across multiple floors of the building you are in, or you own a business premises that exists across several floors, then there are several merits of having a lift installed. A lift can add to the value of a commercial property, it makes life for those working in the building easier as they do not have to climb up and down stairs, using a lift is safer than using stairs, and it creates a great impression for those visiting the building, including clients.