Understanding office cleanliness starts with identifying the frequently trafficked areas, the surfaces of your office where the most activity takes place, and thinking outside-the-box when it comes to daily work life.

Among those outside-the-box areas of your office, windows, door frames, and vents are common homes of bacteria that are frequently missed. Here are some ways to make sure you have full coverage, depending on your office site and layout.

Restrooms Plus Windows and Countertops

While you may already have the carpets handled by at least a twice-weekly vacuum, restrooms and countertops need a bit more frequent maintenance. Simply wiping down countertops won’t kill all pathogens and bacteria. Restrooms, windows, and countertops are the key places where you can pick up the slack of simple office maintenance by using professional services.

These are our most common janitorial services, and we take pride in being there for our customers when safety and cleanliness are top priorities.

Construction Clean-up

Job sites are loaded with byproducts and leftovers of a job well done; spare wood and fiberglass, nails, chemicals, spilled dry concrete mix, etc. Construction clean-up isn’t just picking up those loose nails and extra, unused materials. Chemical hazards shouldn’t be handled by the construction crew in a casual manner, and require professional supervision in order to be safely disposed of and secured. Sometimes we find concrete, caulking, adhesives, and all types of foreign matter on windows, wood, and on floor surfaces. Ensure a spotless building on opening day by contacting professionals.

Carpets, Floor Waxing, and Concrete Sealing

If your building features a mix of carpet, hard floors, and hard-to-reach ceiling panels, bring in the pros! We mentioned in an earlier blog that bacteria like to hide in carpets, but did you know that the cloudiness on smooth floors like marble and laminate is often made of accumulated bacteria as well? Combine this cleaning with the concrete repair and sealing to completely prevent safe havens for bacteria to find. If the sealing of concrete and other floor materials is done right by certified professionals, it looks completely natural and becomes a clean surface once again.

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In the most commonly used area of your office, you can prevent the spread of germs carried to the rest of the building by removing harmful bacteria with professional cleaning services. Myles O’Donnell & Company offers environmentally friendly products to effectively sanitize your workplace restroom while avoiding toxic chemicals.

Give us a call today to schedule an appointment: (503) 653-5760