Periodic Deep Cleaning is a Job for the Professionals

Deep Cleaning

Periodic deep cleaning, in addition to routine cleaning, is needed by your business to ensure the health and safety of your workers. If your building is subject to health inspections, you can jeopardize your business if you fail to attend to the behind-the-scenes cleaning tasks that make work areas sanitary. A failure to deep clean can be noticeable to customers. Especially if you have an establishment such as a restaurant, beauty shop, or hotel, it is crucial to not only look clean, but to be deep down clean. Whether you need deep cleaning monthly, quarterly or on some other specific schedule, utilizing professional commercial deep cleaning services guarantees the job is done right each time.

How Does Commercial Deep Cleaning Differ from Routine Cleaning?

The goal of routine cleaning is to remove surface dirt and grease, and sanitize areas such as kitchens and bathrooms where removing bacteria and germs is essential to prevent the spread of disease. What exactly is involved in commercial deep cleaning varies by room and by surface, but the emphasis is on cleaning beyond what is apparent.

  • Office cleaning. While routine office cleaning includes light dusting of desks, chairs, and furniture, vacuuming and mopping, and trash removal in offices, conference rooms, reception areas, and lobbies, deep cleaning goes beyond it. It might include dusting of hard to reach areas such as vents and ceiling fixtures and more in depth attention to floors, stairs, elevators, break rooms, baseboards, and more that can collect dust and germs that provoke allergies and subtly harm the work environment.
  • Floor maintenance. Vinyl tile floors that your cleaning professionals vacuum, mop, and buff routinely may periodically need machine scrubbing and wax stripping and re-waxing. Carpeting may need spot removal, along with hot water extraction or dry (encapsulation) cleaning to remove soil locked in carpet fibers, while tile grout requires deep cleaning to remove dirt and mildew.
  • Bathrooms. Cleaning and sanitizing toilets, urinals, floors, sinks, faucets, and counters is part of daily cleaning. Deep cleaning involves not only remaining vigilant on those tasks, but also working on sanitizing the walls, partitions, floors, and for commercial locations that have them, baby changing stations and showers. High pressure and steam techniques ensure that no surface is left with a buildup of germs and bacteria.
  • Kitchen. Commercial kitchens have many surfaces that are breeding grounds for germs. Cooking equipment such as stove tops, ovens, grills, and deep fat fryers are constantly exposed to fats that cling to surfaces. While routine cleaning makes surfaces ready to use, only periodic deep cleaning, often with steam, can remove what lingers in corners, on unexposed surfaces, in vents, on hoods and exhaust fans, and on floors and walls in the vicinity. Floor mats need deep cleaning and require disinfecting and sanitation.

Arranging for deep cleaning throughout the year with one of the many building and cleaning service companies can make your place of business a cleaner, more sanitary place for your workers and customers. For a free estimate or to arrange commercial deep cleaning or regular cleaning services, contact Bearcom Building Services today.