Spring cleaning isn't just for your home, it's also a great time to consider additional cleaning and organizing opportunities in your professional office or medical space that aren't always part of regular janitorial services. Rush Properties has divided our top organization and cleaning tips into four easy to remember categories!
- General Office Space. Evaluate the general conditions of your office or medical space. After a long dark Winter and wet beginning of the Spring season, there might be cleaning opportunities in your leased space that aren't regularly addressed by your janitorial provider such as floor waxing or carpet shampooing.
- Break Rooms and Kitchenettes. Keeping break rooms and kitchenettes clean and organized is an ongoing task typically shared between staff members and janitorial providers. Confirm the scope of services with your janitorial provider and make a plan to deep clean heavily used areas and appliances.
- Shared Work Areas and Storage Files. Much like break rooms and kitchenettes, shared work and file areas also need ongoing attention. Audit both shared work areas and storage files. Toss, donate or recycle items no longer useful for your organization. Audit storage records and archive or shred what you can.
- Personal Work Space. Keeping personal workspaces cleaned and organized increase productivity and happiness in the work place. Janitorial providers don't always clean the ins and outs of every personal workspace. Dust and sanitize high-touch areas (phone, mouse, keyboard) and organize and eliminate clutter, both on your work surface and in drawers and cabinets.