Are you in the process of relocating your business from one office to another? Perhaps you’re opening a new restaurant or even a medical office. Your business is an important asset to yourself, your customers, and your employees. Relocating or opening your business comes with many different challenges! However, you can’t deny the fresh energy that comes after you’re in your newly organized workplace ready to get started. Here are some tips for keeping that fresh new business as clean as possible after a move or grand opening.
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- The break room is often times one of the areas with the most traffic. This varies from business to business, but there are a couple of ways to make sure it stays organized. Be sure to offer personal storage for employees so they aren’t tempted to place their belongings all over the room. Providing ample garbage cans in this area and making sure you have clear counter space is good for efficiency when there’s a lot of people in the room at once. Regularly clean behind the microwave and refrigerator in this space!
- Be sure to clean areas with high foot traffic at least twice a week, if not more often. Entrance ways are some of the most neglected areas, but the first areas that your customers notice. It only takes a month or so for dust to accumulate, and sometimes it doesn’t even take that long. Schedule a regular cleaning service, it will take a lot of pressure off of your employees, and put the job into hands of experienced professionals. They know how to efficiently clean all of the areas that accumulate dust and debris, keeping that fresh environment for employees and customers.
- Taking the cleaning a step further, consider scheduling a regular power washing service for the exterior of your business. You can be surprised at how quickly oil accumulates in your parking lot and around trash areas, particularly for restaurants. Weather stains and mineral deposits are another thing that can tarnish the look of your building. Power washing the exterior of the building including the walls of the business itself is a sure way to make sure it looks as good as possible!