Published on September 10th, 2018 | by Kandace H0
Business Organization: How to Ensure that Yours is Clean and Orderly
Customers and clients alike love doing business in spaces that are fresh and clean. While an office space that is disorganized and cluttered would be a turn off to almost anyone, a company that prides itself on high standards of cleanliness will always set itself apart from the competition.
Keeping Your Business Clean
Running a business goes far beyond having a nice and orderly office space–but that, however, is where it all begins. A business that fails to take its image seriously will only drive people away. Read on for four ideas to attract more customers with cleanly business practices.
Keep the Floors Spotless
42% of people judge a business initially by the cleanliness of the floors. Carpeted, tiled, wood, or cement, regardless of the type of floor your business has, it should be cleaned at least once a day, if not twice. Similarly, it is important to perform regular spot checks throughout the day to be aware of any spills.
Maintain Clean Restrooms
There’s nothing quite as off-putting as a bathroom that looks or smells unpleasant. Despite this, many businesses fail to keep their bathrooms properly maintained and mar the image of their company in the process. Businesses looking to maintain clean bathrooms should regularly ensure that all floors, sinks, and toilets are clean, as well as supply every bathroom with an adequate amount of paper towels, soap, and toilet paper.
Hire a Commercial Cleaning Company
Do your company a favor by hiring professionals to keep your offices clean. With a commercial cleaning company, you can guarantee that your business will always leave your space as organized and clean as possible. In addition to helping your business look the part, cleaning companies work to keep your office space germ-free. This is an essential factor in keeping your employees and customers happy and healthy.
Have Trash Bins Readily Available
Offices with more trash bins actively encourage employees and visitors to properly dispose of garbage, rather than leave anything lingering on the floor, tables, or anywhere else. By placing more bins around your business, you’ll be creating more opportunities for people to do the right thing and keep the business as clean as possible.