Coffee is life, and we all have a personal preference. However, whether you be a flat white comfort drinker or a hardcore espresso “shotter”, coffee can quickly become a pain once you see it come into contact with your creamy office carpets. Not only are they unpleasant to look at, but the smell can also linger for quite some time.
It’s far too easy for our desks to become a cluttered mess of crumbs, coffee stains, post-it notes and more. These messes can really hold back our productivity. What’s more, they can impact how our co-workers and visitors view us, as well as the workplace as a whole. Whether your manager thinks you’re a messy worker or that a client thinks you are inefficient, appearances do matter. So, we have some sits to help keep your desk clear of clutter!
Far too many individuals assume that cleaning and sanitising are exactly the same as one another. However, you may be surprised to learn that these are actually two different sides of the same coin. When it comes to choosing a professional cleaning service for your business, it is essential that they understand the difference between office cleaning and sanitising.
It is far too easy for businesses to forget about the ventilation system on premise. As a part of the office that is often overlooked, assuming that your air vent is fine is quite common. So common, in fact, that as dust and bacteria collect, you may not notice the property becoming increasingly stuffy. The importance of cleaning ventilation is something many people need to consider more often.
Whether it be a grimy carpet, stained wood or dusty laminate, floors get dirty. You may not spend a lot of time looking at the floors within your work premises, but if it’s due a clean, visitors will notice. Taking care of your office floors is an essential part of ensuring the overall space looks fresh, clean and tidy. You may not realise, but it says a lot more about your business than one might expect.
If you haven’t already noticed, 2018 saw the rise of plants around the home and the office. However, bringing nature into a work environment can come with some drawbacks. In many cases, you may find that after a few weeks of bringing in your leafy friends, you will have to face shedding, drooping and even brown clumps on your lovely office carpets. It’s clear why you should look after your office plants.
We’re living in a progressive world. We’re at the end of 2018 and so much has changed within the space of a year. Something we have seen gain popularity is the introduction of dog-friendly offices. Whether your manager’s French Bulldog is an unofficial member of the team or your copywriters Spaniel likes to pop in once a week, we’re beginning to enjoy having dogs in the office.
The office is a very busy place. With deadlines to meet, phone calls and meetings to arrange, as well as the time spent eating and drinking, a lot gets done! As a professional cleaning service in Manchester, we know the importance of maintaining office hygiene. A sanitary office keeps your employees healthy and productive. With that said, thousands of offices in the UK are plagued by poor hygiene habits in the workplace. Here are the top offences.
December is a time for sharing and celebrating. When we talk about celebrating, the office Christmas party springs to mind! Celebrating Christmas with your colleagues is wonderful. It gives your team the opportunity to relax and unwind away from their desks. However, if you’re in charge of hosting the office party, you’ll understand how stressful it can be. Keeping things clean after the office Christmas party can also be a pain.
Keeping your office clean during the winter months can be difficult. The air seems to bring in more dirt in the cold weather. However, it isn’t an impossible task. This week, we have four things you can do to keep your office clean this winter.