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How to Prepare for the Janitor to Clean your Office

Janitorial cart in the middle of a hallwayWhile most people assume a janitor is a maid for your office, this assumption is wrong. A Janitor or Custodian someone entrusted with maintaining a property. This does not mean they put away your files or organize your desk, they dust your property, gather and empty trash and trash bins, clean building floors by sweeping, mopping, or vacuuming them, clean bathrooms and stock them with soap, toilet paper, and other supplies and other similar tasks. Since they will be near your desks and offices, there are a few things you should do to prepare for a janitorial staff to come to your office.

More than likely your desk covered in piles of paperwork, files and reports. Many of us are inundated at work, and organizing our desks is not a priority. However, if you know your office is scheduled to be cleaned, we urge you to clear enough area on and around your desk in order for your janitor to properly clean and sanitize your work space.

Your janitor is instructed NOT to move or disturb items on counters and desks, which include frames, papers, laptops, awards, trinkets, etc. We understand that it is our responsibility to clean all areas of your office; however, it’s hard to accomplish this task and ensure the safety of your belongings without a little help. So help us provide you with the highest quality cleaning service possible.

Every team member at ServiceMaster of Wake County goes through continued ongoing professional training on our specialty equipment, cleaning products, company polices and cleaning procedures to ensure they are familiar with the best cleaning practices to be benefit your business and office space. This is just one reason why ServiceMaster of Wake County if the Triangle’s most trusted cleaning professionals. Request your FREE estimate today and see why after 20 years in business and a long list of satisfied clients in the Triangle that keeps growing, can’t be wrong about ServiceMaster of Wake County!