Keep your office clean even with an office pet

Keep Your Office Clean Even with an Office Pet

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Office Pets Don’t Have to Make a Mess. Keep Your Office Clean with an Office Pet.

The trend of office pets is on the rise. After all, they decrease stress, improve morale, and are cuddly cuties that brighten everyone’s day. With more office pets gracing the halls of commercial buildings everywhere, it’s time to ask whether or not your office is clean enough for your employees with an animal on the loose. From your carpets to your kitchen, there are certain areas in your business that you need to keep extra clean when you have an office pet, and D’s Cleaning Service is here to help you do just that.

 

cat office pet in the kitchenKitchen

Your employees eat at work on a regular basis and let’s be honest, dogs, cats, and other animals aren’t known for being the cleanest creatures. Whether they track in dirt from outside or just jump on the counters after walking around in the office, an animal in the kitchen is not sanitary. Your kitchen is already one of the dirtiest places in your office, so keeping it clean while adding in a pet is an extra challenge. You’ll need to do something about the bacteria, food crumbs, and germs that lurk on the counters and tables where your employees eat and prepare food.

To keep your employees healthy, D’s Cleaning Services puts special care into cleaning your company’s kitchen, especially when you have an office pet. From wiping away germs on the counters to sanitizing tables, your company’s kitchen will be spotless after we clean even when you have roaming pets.

 

Carpetsoffice pet sleeping on the carpet

While pets do a lot for moral, they sometimes can hurt your employees’ overall health. According to Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America, more than 50 million Americans suffer from allergies each year and six out of 10 are exposed to cat or dog dander regularly. With so many people suffering from allergies, having an office pet could be causing some of your employees to suffer symptoms such as scratchy eyes, congestion, skin rashes, coughing and more. The Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America, suggests improving air quality by vacuuming, dusting, and washing.

At D’s Cleaning Service, we can help improve air quality by cutting down on pet dander with services including general cleaning, carpet shampooing, and dusting.

 

Windows

First impressions are important, and pets can make great ones when they greet visitors with a tail wag or a friendly meow. Unfortunately, your office pet can also cause you to make a bad first impression with untidy office windows. Nose prints on the doors and windows from your furry friend don’t always look that great to visiting business partners or clients. You can end up looking a little unprofessional with smudges on all your glass. D’s Cleaning Service cleans all those smudges away so your pets and your clients have a clear view.

When you have D’s Cleaning Service as your commercial cleaner, you won’t need to worry about keeping your office clean even when you have an office pet. Keep loving your office pet and all the joy it brings while keeping your office clean by calling us today.

 

Are Cleaning and Disinfecting the Same Thing?

Are Cleaning and Disinfecting the Same Thing?

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Know the Difference Between Cleaning and Disinfecting to Improve Your Regular Cleaning Routine

When people use the phrase, “the floor is so clean that you could eat food off of it” they are giving the highest compliment they can give on the state of the floors. While most people who say this would not actually eat their meals from the floor, it still seems important to clarify that there is, in fact, a difference between a surface being cleaned and one being disinfected. While cleaning and disinfecting do go hand in hand, there is a difference in what the two accomplish. So, if you think that a floor looks so clean that you could eat from it, think again.

 

Cleaning and disinfecting products use different chemicalsCleaning and Disinfecting Products Use Different Chemicals

Cleaning products are generally soap-based cleaning products that work well to remove dirt and grime. They can also remove some germs from surfaces, but in order to get that healthy clean your home or office needs, it’s best to use a disinfectant. A disinfectant will eliminate the germs and bacteria that can easily spread from surface to surface. In order to eliminate these microorganisms, you need a product that is designed to eliminate them from surfaces.

Cleaning and disinfecting products use different chemical ingredients in order to be effective in what they need to remove. Several cleaning products that claim to be used for both a cleaning and disinfecting may not always be as powerful as you may think. Professional cleaning companies such as D’s Cleaning Service take the time to separate their cleaning and disinfecting efforts to maximize their efforts in eliminating dirt, grime, and germs from your home or place of business.

 

Germs and Visible Grime Are Not Cleaned the Same Way

Just because a surface appears clean does not necessarily mean that it is free from germs and pathogens that can make you sick. If you spill something on your counters that leaves a smelly, sticky residue such as maple syrup, you would use a cleaner that would remove the mess from sight. The same goes for other stains you may have on carpets, clothes, and any other surface. Germs, however, cannot be seen and cannot be removed the same way. Pathogens require more powerful agents to be properly removed, which is why disinfectants are necessary to use whenever someone has a virus or any kind of infection that can spread from person to person.

 

Always Clean Before You DisinfectClean before you disinfect for a clean room

Whenever you are needing to eliminate the germs from your home or office, cleaning and disinfecting go hand in hand. In order to effectively disinfect your surroundings, you must clean first. Disinfectants require a clean surface so the chemicals can reach the germs whereas regular cleaning is a one-step process.

To clean and disinfect properly, start by wiping down the area with a cleaning product to remove the dust and grime buildup on the surfaces. This will give your home or office surfaces a clean appearance. Once the surfaces have that sparkling clean, use a disinfectant to properly erase the germs and pathogens to reduce the risk of illnesses from spreading and reproducing.

If your home or workplace needs a proper cleaning and disinfecting, call D’s Cleaning Service to give your place an extra shine and create a healthier environment. Using, industrial grade cleaning and disinfecting products, your floors and surfaces will be so clean and germ-free that you could eat off of them.

Remove Dust from Your Home by Checking 4 Forgotten Places

Remove Dust from Your Home by Checking 4 Forgotten Places

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Remove Dust from Your Home by Remembering These Often-Forgotten Dusty Spots

Dust is everywhere. It lurks on family pictures, fireplace mantels, and bookshelves all the time. These easy-to-spot and clean areas are usually not a problem for homeowners as they can easily run a dusting cloth over the areas to remove the fine dirt. Dust, however, doesn’t just settle on items in open areas. Dust can be sneaky and continue to cause problems for your family such as allergy flair ups if not removed.

 

Dust Hides in the Vents

Take a look at your vents. Do you see some buildup on the vent covers? That buildup is proof that dust and dirt are being blown through your vents and throughout your home on a regular basis when and that your vent systems aren’t clean. If your family is experiencing heavy allergy symptoms, even during the off season, it might be a good idea to see if your vents need to be cleaned. Mold, dust, and debris can live in your vents and continually cause problems for your family.

To prevent heavy build up in your vents, make sure you regularly change the air filter on your system to help cut down on dust that blows into your home. Filters that are certified to stop dust, allergens, and pet dander will also help prevent unwanted dust from entering your house.

 

Dust Hides on Your Window Blindsdust hides on your window blinds in your home

It’s no secret that dust settles on flat surfaces like window blinds but knowing the dust is there and cleaning it off are two different stories. Window blinds tend to be a pain to clean. With so many slats and the strings preventing you from doing a clean sweep through, it’s easier for homeowners to turn a blind eye to the dusty window blinds.

On the other hand, dusty blinds can be a big eyesore and may cause some embarrassment when guests come to visit. To help keep your home and blinds dust free without the chore, a cleaning service may be the solution you need. Cleaning services such as D’s Cleaning Service, cannot only dust your blinds on a regular basis but also deep clean them to keep the blinds looking like new for longer.

 

Dust Hides on Your FansDust hides on your fans in your home

After keeping the fans turned off all winter long, there’s no question that dust has piled onto a fan’s blades. Flipping the fans on in the summer without dusting them first can end in a raining dust cloud. If there’s an extended period of time in which you don’t use your fans on a regular basis, be sure to dust them off before turning them on. A simple swipe over your fan blades can prevent dust from settling onto other surfaces and in your carpet.

 

Dust Hides in Your Carpet

Your carpet holds a lot of dust and dirt. While homeowners vacuum as often as they can to cut down on the dust within their carpet, there is only so much a vacuum can do. Even the super high-end vacuums with maximum suction power can’t remove all the dust and dirt from carpet when it is ingrained deep within. When it comes to removing dirt from your carpets and rugs, a deep carpet cleaning is the best way to go.

Professional carpet cleanings that focus on deep cleaning your home scrub, wash, and lift dust and dirt from your carpet with industrial grade machines. When you want your carpet to look like new and be as clean as when you first got it, call D’s Cleaning Service. Your home will feel 10times cleaner after your carpets are washed and the dust lifted.

When you want a clean house and better air quality, buckling down on the hidden dust and dirt within your home can make a big difference. Call D’s Cleaning Service if you need help keeping the dust at bay and see how we not only help you cut down on dust but also help keep your home cleaner overall.

Your Bank's Professional Cleaning Service

Your Bank’s Professional Cleaning Service

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We Keep Your Baton Rouge Bank Clean and Spotless with Commercial Cleaning Services

The Baton Rouge banking scene is competitive and fast-paced. You know your bank needs to be clean and well-polished in order to impress those potential customers so you can open new accounts. At D’s Cleaning Service, we sanitize financial institutions in detail to ensure a polished and professional look for your customers. We pay attention to detail because we know how important the smallest dot can be, whether it’s separating numbers or being swept from the floor. Let us help you keep your bank free from wandering dirt and smudges.

 

Windows and Doors

The front door is one of the most important places in your bank because it’s the first thing your customer sees. Smudges, fingerprints, and grime are not part of the first impression you want to give your customers. Banks need to be prestigiously spotless in order to reassure their customers they mean business.

At D’s Cleaning Service, we swipe away those smudges and fingerprints on your front doors so your customers see nothing but hard-working bank tellers. We can also clean your windows for a brighter and more open facility.

 

Countertops and DesksWe ensure your bank's desks are clean for documents

Important paperwork and documents are signed on the tops of desks and countertops in banks. You need them to shine for easy and clear signatures. Whether it’s a granite countertop or a wood desk, we have the proper cleaning supplies to remove dirt and dust without damaging the surfaces. When we regularly clean the facility, your customers won’t have to worry about bumpy lines when they are filling out their checks, and you won’t need to worry about gritty surfaces on your desk when filling out documents.

 

Bathrooms

For comfort and peace of mind, a clean bathroom is a necessity. From floor to ceiling, having a sanitized bathroom is important for your employees and customers to stay healthy and happy. That’s why at D’s Cleaning Service, we clean your Baton Rouge bank’s bathroom with professional grade cleaners on a regular basis to rid it of germs and bacteria.

We mop the floors, sanitize the toilets, and clean off the counters and handles for a germ-free space. Your customer and employees will always be impressed and comfortable using the restroom in your clean facility.

 

ATMsD's Cleaning Service can sanitize your bank's ATMs

A lot of people touch ATMs daily. From greasy fingers after lunch to dirt-caked hands from working in the garden, an ATM’s buttons can get grimy and sticky fast. To counter that, we can clean your bank’s ATM in Baton Rouge so your customers are never worried about the cleanliness of your bank. We use professional cleaner that is hard on dirt but gentle on your machines so the buttons won’t fade. Knowing your customers can quickly access their funds from a clean and easy-to-operate machine will ensure your bank is visited time and time again.

 

Deep Cleaning

In addition to regularly scheduled cleanings for daily messes, we can also provide your bank with deep cleaning services for a prestigious look that you can take to the bank. From pressure washing the outside of your facility to deep cleaning your carpet, we can ensure your Baton Rouge bank is the cleanest one around.

We are licensed, bonded, and insured as well as follow strict security procedures. Combined with a thorough hiring process, we are trusted to provide cleaning services by many banks in Baton Rouge. Call D’s Cleaning Service to experience the difference a clean bank can make in your customers and accounts.

Importance of cleaning and disinfecting office technology

Importance of cleaning and disinfecting office technology

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Why is it Important to Clean and Disinfect Technology in the Office?

Technology has worked its way into daily office life in the form of equipment such as computers, printers, and phones. Unfortunately, electronic devices become extremely dirty from everyday use. Most people don’t typically clean their electronics on a regular basis, but office technology can collect dirt and grime from people touching it over time. While dirt build-up may not always be seen with the naked eye, it can cause major issues.

With employees often sharing equipment, it’s important to regularly clean and disinfect electronic devices. By cleaning and disinfecting technology, you will reduce the risk of illness, lengthen the lifespan of equipment, and increase productivity in the office.

 

 

Reduce the Risk of Illness

Flu season is upon us. Cleaning and disinfecting your most frequently touched objects and surfaces, including electronics, can help prevent the spread of sickness in the office. Many employees share the same computers, phones, and printers each day. The constant use of office equipment by multiple people increases the chance of spreading illness, creating clutter, and causing the build-up of oils and dust.

Cleaning and disinfecting office technology helps to keep you and your employees healthy.

 

 

Lengthen the Life of Office TechnologyCleaning technology extends life of equipment

Cleaning and disinfecting office electronics can help you save money. The longer your technology operates efficiently, the less money you will have to invest in repairs and replacements.

 When dirt builds up on your devices, over time the gunk and grime can cause your machines to malfunction. As technology is used, the device collects residue, such as dirt or oils from employees’ hands or face.

Accidents happen. Employees will spill drinks or drop crumbs on keyboards. Once grime builds up on keyboards, the keys can jam and cause issues with key stroke function. Dust build-up has the same effect on computer mice. Build-up in a computer mouse effects the ability to click or move smoothly across surfaces.

Oils from skin causes technology to look grimy. When computer screens or keyboards are touched, oils will remain causing the devices to be unsightly. Oils can also destroy the usability of electronic devices, dirty fingers can cause wear on keyboards and cause letters to fade off.

 

 

Increase in ProductivityA clean office increases productivity in employees

Allergies make working productively difficult. If your employees suffer from allergies then dust, dirt, and debris in the office can cause allergies to flare up. Regularly cleaning and disinfecting office equipment keeps your office space a little friendlier for your employees that have allergies.

Having a cluttered environment can also affect office electronics. By preventing clutter, you are preventing accidental spills or other mishaps. Having items such as drinks or food near technology, can be harmful if an accidental spill happens. Cleaning and disinfecting your office is a great way to provide a clean environment for employees and a safe environment for your office equipment.

Setting a regular schedule to clean and disinfect technology is important, and it takes time to kill bacteria that grow on devices. If your employees are spending too much time cleaning their office space, they are spending less time being productive.

At D’s Cleaning Services, we have the industrial grade equipment and disinfectants needed to clean and disinfect technology and your office space. Let us take care of your cleaning so you and your employees don’t have to.

If you are ready to have a clean and sanitary workspace for you and your employees, give D’s Cleaning Service a call at 225-572-9497.

the 5 dangers of a Dirty Facility

The 5 Dangers of a Dirty Facility or Construction Site

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Make Sure Your Facility is Cleaned Regularly to Prevent These 5 Dangers

When working on a tight deadline or on certain projects, cleaning may not always be on the top of your priority list. It’s easy to let dust pile up and debris to become a forgotten decoration in the corner. Allowing your facility to become dirty, however, can severely damage your company.

Maintaining a clean environment for yourself and your employees will prevent costly injuries and consequences. Don’t let proper cleaning slip from your priority list because you could end up facing dangers and spending more money than ever.

 

  1. Slips and Fallsprevent slips and falls by routinly cleaning your dirty facility

A dirty facility or construction site can become dangerous when proper cleaning is not constantly kept up. A fine layer of dust or spilled liquid can easily cause a walkway to become hazardous. Chunks of debris from construction or other projects can also cause employees to trip and injure themselves.

A cleaning company can make sure your walkways and facility floor is kept clear of dust and spills with regular cleanings. With clean floors and unobstructed pathways, your employees will be less likely to slip and fall, saving you and your employees from a costly injury.

 

prevent allegies and sickness with routine facility cleaning

  1. Allergies and Sickness

Millions of people suffer from allergies and asthma. A dirty facility can make it hard for your employees to breathe. It can even trigger asthma symptoms such as chest tightness, shortness of breath, and coughing.

In addition, a dirty facility is likely to lead to sickness when bathroom and kitchen areas aren’t properly sanitized on a regular basis. When your facility causes your employees to feel sick, the work produced may suffer in quality.

 
  1. Bad Reputation and High Turnover

Unhappy clients tend to talk, and you can bet they won’t be chatting positively about a dirty facility either. A poorly maintained facility will leave you with a poor reputation as people spread the word.

Bad working environments can also cause a high turnover rate because employees are not likely to enjoy working in an unsanitary place. You’ll spend more time and money constantly training new employees when you don’t have a cleaning crew keeping your facility clean and clear.

  1. Efficiency Decrease

With a high turnover rate and employees having to maneuver around debris and hazards, work efficiency will greatly decrease. You’ll find that the same work takes twice as long to complete when your employees have to worry about cleaning on top of doing their own jobs. For example, if your employee has to pick up chunks of dry wall from a path before walking through, he or she will be forced to hold up their work.

Hiring a cleaning company to clean your facility or construction site can ensure that your employees stay focused on their jobs. A clean facility means employees can work efficiently without interruptions to their jobs.

 
  1. Broken Equipment

Dirt and grime build up is often a cause of equipment malfunction. Grime can cause the deterioration of critical systems or parts by reacting to substances or corrupting technology. Keeping your facility clean can help ensure that your machinery and equipment properly operates for a longer period of time.

It’s better for you and your wallet to prevent the need to replace a costly machine by keeping your facility clean with a professional cleaning company.

A dirty facility can cause many problems for you and your employees. To maintain a safe and clean environment, call D’s Cleaning Service. With construction cleanup services and contract services, we can come clean your facility or site when you need it most. Daily, weekly, or only when you need it, we can ensure your place is cleaned on your schedule. At D’s Cleaning Service, we’ll help you keep your facility sanitized and the dangers minimized with proper facility and construction cleanup.

4 Ways to Keep Your Office Smelling Nice

4 Practices for a Fresh Smelling Office

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4 Ways to Keep Your Office Smelling Nice

Have you ever walked into a place and been assaulted with a horrible smell? You probably couldn’t focus on anything else because a bad odor can be extremely distracting. Keeping your office smelling nice is important to an efficient office because it allows people to focus on the task at hand.

D’s cleaning offers many services to help keep your office fresh. In addition to cleaning services, here are some helpful tips for an odor-free office.

 

 Open a WindowMake sure to have a fresh smelling office, open a window for fresh air.

An office usually contains a lot of people, so it’s natural that it will become stuffy. Nothing is more refreshing than fresh air. Get rid of stale office air by opening a couple of windows on a nice day. Opening a window will circulate the old air and give you and your co-workers a breath of freshness while also eliminating any unwanted odors.

Add Some Fresh Flowers

Adding fresh flowers to the office space will not only add a pleasant smell, but it will also be appealing to the eye. You may also want to invest in some office plants. Plants such as indoor palm trees are recommended because they act as natural air purifiers and add a little character.

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An essential part of keeping your office smelling nice is making sure your bathroom is cleaned on a regular basis. Cleaning your bathroom once or several times a week, depending on your office size, will help make sure none of the smells leak into the rest of the office.

If you don’t have time to deep clean the office every week, you may consider hiring a cleaning team. A cleaning company such as D’s Cleaning Service can keep your bathroom and overall office clean with regularly scheduled cleanings.

In between your offices’ regular cleanings, you can keep your office smelling fresh by investing in fresh smelling, but not too over-powering, soaps and scented oils. Keep in mind that some employees and clients may be sensitive to strong scents. In addition, have a spray bottle of air-freshener in the bathroom.

Keep the Carpets Clean

Many business owners may not know, but carpet often causes bad odors in your office. Keeping up with regular carpet shampooing is important in order to keep down unpleasant smells. You don’t want to have a client come in for a meeting and take their business somewhere else because they got a bad impression from the horrible odor in your office.

Regularly deep cleaning your carpets can reduce odor in your office and keep potential clients from walking out the door.

When you need general office cleaning or deep carpet shampooing for odor control, call D’s Cleaning Service. We are available whenever you need us, even if you have a big spill emergency. Keeping your office clean and smelling fresh is important. We are here to help you keep it that way throughout the years with cleaning services and cleaning tips.

Handwashing 101

Wash Your Hands the Right Way, at the Right Time

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Washing Your Hands at Certain Times and After Certain Events Can Help Prevent Sickness in the Office

We all remember being told to wash our hands before eating when we were younger, but sometimes as adults we forget to do this. Washing your hands, however, is an important to prevent infection and avoid spreading germs both in and out of the office. Keep your office healthy and happy by learning the importance of hand washing.

 

When to Wash Your HandsSomeone washing their hands with soap

At work, you touch many different surfaces like your mouse, your computer, and the break room’s fridge door. All these surfaces have germs living on them. When you touch these items, germs are instantly transferred onto your hand.

To prevent illness from germ transfer, most of us know it’s important to wash your hands before and after you eat and after using the bathroom. In addition, it’s especially important to wash your hands after blowing your nose, sneezing, and coughing during the cold and flu season.

Sadly, most people don’t realize that you should also wash your hands after shaking someone’s hand. Think about the last time you went to a business luncheon or networking event. You probably met several colleagues and new people and shook their hands. Do you remember washing your hands after? Did you eat something right after shaking their hands or touch your face?

You can easily spread germs that can make you and others sick by not washing your hands after making contact with others.

 

The Proper Way to Wash Your HandsTwo people shaking hands

According to Mayo Clinic, you should wash your hands with both soap and water. Both warm and cold water will work. You should scrub all the surfaces of your hand including the wrists, between the fingers, under the nails, and on the back of your hands to ensure every part of your hand is being cleaned. After drying your hands, try to use a towel or your elbow to turn off the faucet. This way you don’t touch the same germs that you just washed off.

 

Extra Precautions to Take

There are several ways you can help promote hand washing and other healthy habits at the office. You can have printed signs, fliers, and cards near the sinks and bathrooms. If you prefer to promote a healthy office digitally, look at doing digital signage or a weekly email newsletter. You can place the signs in the lobby and other commonly trafficked areas for your employees to see. You can use the newsletter to remind your employees about flu season and hand washing.

While hand washing can help prevent the spreading of germs, regularly cleaning is also important to stop germs from spreading. When you regularly have the areas with the most germs cleaned, you reduce the risk of your employees becoming sick. Disinfecting keyboards, phones, and other frequently used equipment will keep everyone in the office healthy.

If you find you don’t have the time to properly clean while also running your business, hiring a professional cleaning service can be an ideal solution. A professional cleaning company, such as D’s Cleaning Service, will properly clean and sanitize your office. From floors to equipment, they will help ensure your office stays pristine. Call D’s Cleaning to keep your employees and yourself healthy and happy.

Office Cleaning Benefits

A Clean Office is a Safe Office

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Professional Office Cleaning Keeps Your Office Safe by Removing the Risk of Sickness

Let’s talk about work. It’s the place where we spend eight to ten hours a day, five days a week. At work, we are in constant contact with both people and germs. While most of us understand the importance of having a clean home, we often forget about cleanliness in the office. Here is why having your office cleaned is important for both your employees and your business.

Time to Talk about the Mess in the Room

breakrooms are a huge target of office cleaningThink of all the different items you touch on an average day at the office. Did you touch the breakroom sink or the microwave door today? According to a study done by the University of Arizona, those two places are the dirtiest places at work. The third dirtiest in an office are keyboards, which most of us use every day. An office is like a house, everyone has their own space, but there are areas that everyone shares, like the kitchen. If your office isn’t properly cleaned, a case of the flu or common cold could quickly spread throughout the whole department or company.

Boost the Workflow

A clean, organized work environment boosts both morale and productivity. The atmosphere of a workplace can affect a person’s behavior and personality. A clean work environment makes an impression on your employees about how they view their jobs. If the office is dirty and unkempt overall, employees are less likely to keep their own workspace clean and organized. The more organized the workspace is, the faster and more efficiently the employees can work.

Clean to Impress

How your office looks says a lot about the company and whom the company hires. A dirty office shows that the employees do not care and are sloppy about their work. This kind of representation makes the company look unprofessional, and reflects a poor image to the public. An easy way to improve the image of your company is to have it cleaned. Clients and potential employees want to work with a company that is organized, professional, and not dirty.

Better Health, Less Used Sick Days

Having a clean work environment expresses that the company is interested in the health of its employees. Regularly cleaning your office will help prevent the spread of illnesses in the office. Less germs means less sickness. Less sickness means employees will use less sick leave.office cleaning leads to happy and healthy employees

Germs are not the only culprits that cause sickness; allergies also play a major role in causing people to become sick and feel uncomfortable. According to Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America, 30 percent of adults suffer from allergies. Having the office vacuumed and dusted regularly will help those in your office who suffer from dust and pollen allergies to breathe easier.

The office, whether you like it or not, is like your home. It is where you spend several hours a day working, talking, and even eating. Just like a home, your office needs to be cleaned. Hire a company like D’s Cleaning Service to help keep your business and your employees looking professional and staying healthy.

The Importance of Shampooing Your Carpets

Shampooing Your Carpets is Important

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Shampooing Your Carpet Keeps You Healthy and Your House Happy

Your carpet gets dirty due to all it comes into contact with including dirty shoes, muddy paws, and clumsy hands. Protect your family, yourself, and your carpet by getting the carpet in your home cleaned. Here are some reasons why it is important to shampoo your carpets.

 

Stay Healthy Inside Your HomeShampoo your carpet to remove stains

Your carpet is one of the dirtiest places in your home. It contains dust mites, bed bugs, bacteria, and much more. If you suffer from allergies, you may be suffering more because of outside pollutants, pet hair, and dust that is stuck inside the carpet. Unlike vacuuming, which usually only cleans the surface, shampooing can get deep down in your carpet and remove the allergy-causing debris. Give your carpet a good cleaning and keep yourself and your family healthy inside your home.

If you live in a humid climate, your carpet is also at risk for developing mold. Mold growth, which can affect your health, can be caused by wet carpet and debris. Having your carpet shampooed helps prevent mold growth by removing any moisture with a professional dryer after cleaning.

 

Improve Your Home

Do you ever remember going over to your messy friend’s house and seeing questionable stains on their carpet? Keep your own home looking clean by removing questionable stains with a good carpet shampooing. First, the shampooing will remove spots and stains in the carpet, giving the room an overall clean look. Second, the cleaning will help remove any odors, giving the room a fresh scent. Your house will get a face-lift when you have your carpet shampooed.

 

Keep the Investment

Make your home cleaner by shampooing your carpets

Flooring is an expensive and necessary part of any home. Having your carpet regularly shampooed and cleaned will increase the lifespan of your carpet. Many carpet suppliers offer warranties, but they usually require you to hire professional cleaners every 12 to 24 months to honor the agreement if one day you need your carpet repaired or replaced. Some carpet warranties vary, so double check how often you need your carpet professionally shampooed in order to stay within the warranty terms. Protect your investment and have your carpet lasting longer by having it shampooed on a regular basis.

Carpet is one of the dirtiest parts of your home. Vacuuming helps clean the surface of your carpet, but shampooing will give it a deep clean. Protect yourself, your family, and your carpet by having your carpet shampooed. Call D’s Cleaning for all your carpet and cleaning needs.