Who Will Clean Your Office When It Closes for the Holidays?



3 December 2018

Office hygiene, particularly where bathrooms / washrooms are concerned, should be a concern for business owners all year round. However, conducting a thorough clean is not always achievable during operating hours.
As the year comes to a close and corporate pressure peaks, the need for deep-cleaning in workplace bathrooms remains, even in the face of mounting workloads and steadily approaching deadlines.
It is for this reason that many businesses opt for the services of a hygiene company that can ensure that everything will be in order once a new year of work begins.

Why an End-Of Year Clean is Essential for Offices

While hygiene is important for offices all year round, the end of the year raises the need for a thorough clean by quite a bit. The previous year has brought a dense collection of bodies and germs, all of which linger in a working environment, particularly in washrooms, when a deep clean is not conducted.
While regular cleans help keep this in check, the December break means that there will likely be nobody in the office conducting these much needed cleans.
This means that bacteria, mould, mildew and other unwanted contaminants will sit in the environment and fester over the festive season, contributing to an unhygienic environment as it does; and putting your employees’ health at risk once they return for a new year of work.

Should you Do It Yourself or get Assistance?

You are always able to conduct an end of year office clean by yourself, if you want to give up your free time at the end of the year, exert yourself and probably miss a spot or two in the process. It may be easy enough to make use of water and soap in everyday cleaning, however some instances and surfaces require specialised cleaning chemicals. Not only do the correct chemicals effectively clean but they also rid the area of germs and bacteria. The fact of the matter is that while you surely know how to clean a bathroom, you probably don’t know how to do it with professional efficiency.

Enlisting in the services of a hygiene company may come at a bit of a cost, but it will make your life much easier, and will give you the best possible shot at coming back to a pristine office bathroom come the following year.

What are the Benefits of a Professional Deep-Clean in Office Bathrooms?

Professional cleaning companies offer comprehensive hygiene solutions that will ensure that the washing up and ablution facilities in your working environment are contaminant fee.

Having a professional handle cleaning for you also means that you won’t have to invest in specialized cleaning equipment and chemicals, which will save you money in the long run.
Furthermore, you will also free up your highly-desired end-of-year free time by handing the washroom cleaning process over to a company that specializes in doing it thoroughly.

Contact Bidvest Steiner Hygiene for Details
To find out more about how our team at Bidvest Steiner can assist you by offering professional hygiene solutions, be sure to contact one of our representatives for further details. Additionally, if you would like to find out about our other offers, feel free to visit our website for more information.

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