Regular cleaning keeps the place looking almost as good as new. But there is more to this than meets the eye. Of course, regular cleaning is quite necessary, but only to keep the place looking attractive and lovely but perhaps more importantly, safe. Safe as houses as they say. Good housekeepers on the domestic front often get this much right. But not so commercial business owners.
There is just far too much on their plates. Putting it in the nicest way possible, this is not even work that the business owner’s staff should be trusted with. Let them get on with the jobs they have been employed to do and then let commercial cleaning workers get on with their regular work. You contract them in to do regular shifts. This of course, often means daily cleaning work. There will always be daily cleaning chores that need to be attended to.
But keep up with this and you see how it all adds up. It starts to look like a clean bank account where compound interest has given it a good pounding, positively speaking of course. The cleaning work has been so regular, the way the place looks, it may as well have been a new business and its first day of operating. And in actual fact, it does not take long to get that much right. It’s about getting the habits right too.
Also, you and your staff start to become more aware of your space. You really don’t want to mess it up, it really does look quite lovely. But again, looks all aside, as a commercial business concern, perhaps the most important aspect of this cleaning business is the potential it has for improving on your risk management status.