It is vital that employers, business owners and managers ensure that their office premises and workplace environments are as clean and hygienic as possible.
Regular and thorough cleaning regimes with periodic deep cleans and sanitisation are essential, not only in the interest of the health and wellbeing of staff and employees for whom they have a duty of care, but also in the interest of the health and wellbeing of their clients and customers – and ultimately of their own business overall.
Everyone today is acutely aware of and alert to the need for scrupulous levels of cleanliness and highest professional standards of hygiene in leisure, catering and hospitality venues. This equally applies to education establishments such as nurseries, schools, colleges and universities where much trust is placed and where many people gather, visit and spend significant time.
Without overstating the obvious, those operating in the care and healthcare sector, particularly where vulnerable people are involved, need to work to the very highest professional standards when it comes to matters of sanitisation and the cleanliness and hygiene of their premises, facilities and establishments.
This includes doctors’ surgeries and waiting rooms, hospitals, clinics, nursing homes, care homes and hospices where much trust is placed and a high level of duty of care, sanitisation and disinfection is rightly expected. The same applies to businesses and facilities involved in food and drink production.
Carpets trap airborne pollutants which must be removed in order to protect the carpet and maintain indoor air quality – a factor which can be a major issue to those who suffer from asthma or allergies.
Regular and appropriate professional carpet cleaning, especially using the hot water extraction method, prevents the build-up of allergens and bacteria and can affect the warranty and increase the life of carpets significantly. This applies equally to carpeting in workplaces and in the home.
Upholstery fabrics require a much more delicate cleaning approach and require entirely different tools, equipment and cleaning agents than those used on carpets. That is why it is really important to have a full survey done of each piece of furniture before any cleaning is attempted.
All our cleaning methods use the latest eco-friendly products for superior cleaning and the systems we use leave no chemical residues behind. Instead, we leave your upholstery fabrics looking and smelling clean and fresh and there is no need to worry about children or pets once your furniture is fully dry.
But it does require care. You can’t use the same cleaning methods or products to clean every kind of hard floor and understanding the details and differences between floor types and floor cleaning methods makes all the difference.
Every type of hard floor, be that ceramic, stone, concrete, wood, vinyl etc, requires a very different solution and level of care and if you want to protect yourself and your household from getting an allergic reaction, cleaning the floor regularly and appropriately will remove pollen, dust, and other allergens.