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Commercial Cleaning Etiquette to Observe

Australia's commercial cleaning industry is currently worth approximately $12 billion, making it an attractive sector for anyone looking to start a professional cleaning business. The growth is attributed to the increasing demand for clean offices, primarily for enhanced health and productivity. If you recently started a commercial cleaning business focusing on office blocks, you need an excellent strategy to be successful. One such approach is familiarising yourself with critical commercial cleaning etiquette. Read on for insight.

Minimise Noise

Commercial facilities, such as office blocks, house various businesses and employees need a quiet environment to work. Unfortunately, commercial cleaning equipment is not the quietest, such as floor buffers and carpet vacuum cleaners. They can be heard from a distance and are loud enough to distract employees in a building. While some employees can be understanding, others are not; therefore, you should minimise the noise of your cleaning equipment. You can invest in quieter vacuum cleaners and buffers since they are available from different manufacturers. Proper maintenance of cleaning equipment can also help reduce the noise produced during operation. Another alternative is to schedule tasks involving noisy equipment before and after office hours to avoid disturbing employees.

Do Not Unplug Computers

When hired to clean several offices during the day, the chances are high that you will find computers and printers plugged in. Most cleaning crews go ahead and unplug the machines and push the cables aside to have an easy time cleaning an office. However, the rules of commercial cleaning etiquette discourage cleaning crews from unplugging computers. Doing so could lead to the loss of essential data. Similarly, avoid plugging heavy-duty cleaning machines in the same outlets as extension cords supplying power to office equipment. It could overload the system, cause an electric surge, and damage sensitive devices. Therefore, always ask a client where to plug in your cleaning equipment.

Ask What Should Be Disposed Of

Papers are perhaps the most common rubbish in commercial offices. However, you should be careful when discarding paper trash inside an office bin while cleaning. Some employees place documents anywhere and everywhere; therefore, it is easy to assume that some documents are meant for a trash can. Do not make such an assumption because you risk throwing out essential documents. For instance, an employee with an overflowing desk might place some critical documents on the floor. Therefore, always ask what should go to a trash can and what should not to avoid situations that might even cost you future business.   

For more information, contact a local commercial office cleaning company.