While most businesses expect their dutiful employees to clean up after themselves in the break room, and maintain a clean work area, there are certain tasks that even your janitorial staff should not be expected to handle.
- TOXIC CHEMICALS SPILLS
If you do not work with toxic chemicals regularly, you should not expect anyone in your employ to clean up a toxic spill. The best course of action is to secure the area, and call a professional service.
- CLEANING UP HAZARDOUS WASTE
Mopping the bathroom and cleaning up raw sewage are two completely different things. Never expect untrained staff to handle this type of hazardous human waste. Sewage, bodily fluids, and bodily waste are not something to be trifled with. Not only is there risk of contamination, it creates serious public health risks if disposed of incorrectly.
- DEEP CLEANING CARPETS AND CURTAINS
Topics 1 and 2 deal with the health and safety of the public and your valued employees. Deep cleaning Carpets and curtains is an economic choice. While steam cleaners are available to lease, and most employees are more than capable of operating them, this is not always an efficient solution. These rental machines are often sub-par, and you are taking valuable time away from an employee’s actual job to clean carpets. In the end it is more economical to hire a professional company to do the job.
- MOLD ERADICATION DUTIES
Never trust a mold infestation to amateurs. Do not let your employees clean a mold remediation. Call a mold remediation company immediately. Mold spores are responsible for a number of serious health problems, some long term. Anyone who suffers from asthma, respiratory illness, or colds and allergies is going to be in danger… Mold eradication is a serious job and should never be handled by the inexperienced.
- DEEP STAINS AND WATER DAMAGE
Water damage can cause many problems and the deep stains that come with it are one of them. This type of staining requires the attention of a professional. A mop and sponge is fine for sopping up water, but unsightly water stains require special attention. A full-service cleaning company that specializes in water damage restoration will get your walls floors and furnishings looking good as new…
Do not treat your staff like a cleaning service. If you want superior results in better time, for less money, hire a professional cleaning company. Hiring the right company for the right job shows your employees and clientele that you respect the job your staff does, and that you care enough to handle a special situation the right way. You have the satisfaction of knowing that the job was done correctly and that there will be no dangerous aftermath. A reputable Professional cleaning company will be licensed, bonded, and come with references.