Business Cleaning Service

Business Cleaning Service or Commercial Cleaning

We offer after hour cleaning for all our businesses to stay as healthy and clean as possible.

Quick process to get your business on our calender:

  • Set up a meeting to look over the property
  • Get you an estimate on the dates you need it cleaned, a month
  • Send invoices out monthly
  • We can even take over the ordering or stocking of bathroom or cleaning supplies for the business- extra fee per month depending on tasks

Business Cleaning Service can help keep the spread of germs down and prevent fewer call-ins, keeps morale high and promotes better workers. https://innovatefm.co.uk/blog/the-surprising-effect-of-a-clean-workspace-on-employee-morale/

Our number one goal is to keep everyone safe and healthy. There was a study done on how quickly germs are passed in the workplace within a matter of hours. This study states, that 80{90905f5cf146a12d0b935f50ffed6179e2426538173bf2e831669eb5d2016c26} of people come to work sick. Don’t let this be your statistic.

https://uanews.arizona.edu/story/germs-spread-fast-at-work-study-finds

A picture of a Norovirus Germ

Highly Contagious

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What are the most prevalent germs in offices?

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Norovirus (also known as stomach flu)

The Norovirus causes gastroenteritis, which means that the stomach and the intestines become inflamed. The most common symptoms are diarrhoea, stomach cramps and vomiting.

Staphylococcus aureus (known as Staph)

This type of bacteria can enter cuts, scrapes or areas where the skin is pierced when one comes into contact with contaminated surfaces. This can lead to skin infections. In more extreme cases, this can lead to abscesses, crusting on the skin, hot and swollen skin, as well as blood poisoning and pneumonia.

Influenza (also called “the flu”)

Influenza is an airborne respiratory virus which attacks the nose, throat and lungs. Symptoms of the flu are coughing, blocked or runny nose, sore throat, lack of energy, fever, cold sweats, muscle pains and headaches. This is a highly contagious virus that is easily spread from person to person through coughing and/or sneezing.

Salmonella sp

Salmonella is a group of bacteria that causes food poisoning through undercooked or contaminated food and can lead to stomach cramps, diarrhea and vomiting.

Escherichia  coli (E. coli)

This type of bacteria is spread through faecal matter and can lead to diarrhoea, and in severe cases; abdominal cramps and vomiting.

Rotavirus

Rotavirus is an infection that causes diarrhoea. Rotavirus infection usually starts within two days of exposure to the virus. Initial symptoms are fever and vomiting, followed by three to seven days of watery diarrhoea.

Hepatitis A Virus

The Hepatitis A Virus is shed from an infected person in large numbers and is able to survive on environmental surfaces and is therefore easily transferred to hands. It is a highly contagious liver infection that causes inflammation and affects your liver functioning.

Covid 19 Virus

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Proper hand washing

The best prevention against the spread of germs is through proper hand hygiene practices, as bacteria and viruses travel easily through touch.

  • Wash hands thoroughly; after using the bathroom, before handling food and eating to prevent the transfer of bacteria and viruses.
  • If there are colleagues that do come into contact with animals, or their living environment, they should diligently wash their hands to prevent any illnesses spreading.
  • Damp hands are more likely to spread bacteria than dry hands, so ensure there are hand drying products available in bathrooms and kitchens to prevent the transfer of bacteria to other surfaces.
  • Also be sure to keep a hand sanitiser handy to ensure an additional level of protection.

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