Our window cleaning methods ensure that you get the best, streak-free results every time. Our trained and experienced window cleaning professionals use environmentally friendly products to clean all types of windows, and guarantee both windows and frames are immaculately cleaned each time.
A computer room needs to be cleaned on a regularly scheduled basis. Our computer room cleaning program not only focuses on obvious places such as the tops of system cabinets and floors, we also clean underneath the raised floor areas and other dust-catching surfaces such as the ductwork and raised floor airflow panels, to ensure long life and maximum reliability of your equipment.
Maintaining a clean and hygienic kitchen in your place of business is imperative not only to create a good impression for staff and visitors, but more importantly, to maintain the health of employees. ServiceMaster Of Edmonton ensures all office kitchen surfaces are cleaned and sanitized, including countertops and other high-touch areas such as microwaves and refrigerators.
Although we may not always see it, dirt, dust, oils from hands, bacteria and other contaminants stick to walls, especially in offices and other commercial facilities. Unclean walls can affect occupant health and increase the risk of COVID-19 infection, as well as the indoor air quality. Scheduling regular wall cleaning and disinfection for high touch areas will help to improve the appearance and overall health and sanitation in your commercial facility. ServiceMaster Of Edmonton will thoroughly clean all office walls and remove built up grime from high touchpoint areas such as light switches, elevator door buttons and handrails, leaving your facility healthy and free from harmful contaminants. Regular wall cleaning will also extend the life of the wall paint and wallpaper.
ServiceMaster Of Edmonton knows how important it is to remove dust, debris and allergens from workplace ventilation systems. With COVID-19, keeping a clean and disinfected ventilation system is more important than ever. When employees breathe clean, healthy air, their productivity increases, and there is less chance of spread of infection. ServiceMaster Clean uses proprietary products, equipment and methods to professionally clean and disinfect air ventilation systems and improve the overall indoor air quality in your commercial facility.
Emerging and Infectious Diseases
For years, ServiceMaster Clean have been the experts in creating clean, safe and healthy workplace environments. Our experience and training in healthcare spaces afford us the ability to promote safe practices for infection prevention within all businesses. We are fully equipped to provide you with the preventative and specialty cleaning services you need. ServiceMaster Clean provides a full range of cleaning and disinfection services that will help to keep your workplace healthy and productive.
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How often do I clean my floors?
Floors should definitely be cleaned when they appear to be dirty. It is good practice to clean floors before it gets to that level because the floor can accumulate many tiny abrasive particles which can scratch it and mar its appearance. It is generally best to dry mop a floor with a microfiber cloth and then damp mop the floor with an appropriate cleaning solution to get up the soil.
We’ve already had deep cleaning and disinfection done in our facility, doesn’t that cover it?
The purpose of disinfection is for infection control to help ensure the health and safety of your facility and its occupants. Surface contamination can and is likely to recur. Once a surface has been disinfected, that same surface can easily be re-contaminated when the next passerby touches that surface or sneezes or coughs near that surface. As such, infection control is about regular and consistent cleaning and disinfection. Unless an occupant has been diagnosed with a confirmed case of an illness, you will likely not need to regularly perform deep cleaning and disinfection. However, to keep your facility healthy and safe, what you should be maintaining is your standard cleaning protocols with the addition of regular and consistent disinfection of high touch points.
How often do we need to disinfect?
A key consideration in determining how often you should be disinfecting is based on the traffic level in your facility. As disinfection is for infection prevention, the goal is to help to mitigate surface-to-person transmission of pathogens. If your 10,000 SF office will be occupied by 5 staff and no visitors, you can likely disinfect less frequently than that same office which might house 60 staff and consistent visitors. Additional considerations include how often multiple people may be touching the same surface as well as whether an antimicrobial surface protectant has been applied. At minimum, however, we would recommend daily disinfection of high touch surfaces. If the traffic in your facility is high, we would recommend increasing this frequency to multiple times per day. For example, common elevator lobbies in an office tower should be disinfected multiple times per day, particularly at the entrance level.