Cleaning for an industrial-type environment typically requires specialized safety knowledge and guidelines. So, what is involved when you need these types of work spaces cleaned and kept looking good? Let’s take a look.

What to Consider When Cleaning an Industrial Space

Some of the factors to consider when devising a cleaning plan for your industrial space:

  • Safety
  • Size of the industrial area to be cleaned
  • Floor specifications
  • Customary work, office and bathroom spaces

First of All– Safety 

Safety is paramount when cleaning an industrial space. So, you’ll first want to address any safety concerns for the cleaning staff plus proper equipment handling procedures. When to clean, where to clean and how to clean needs to be thought through, as well as safety around equipment and any special cleaning products that need to be used. Perhaps special uniforms or times of day are something to need to think about, too.

Extra Large Building Spaces

Next, you might wonder if the space is too large for a cleaning staff to tackle. But, large or small, a cleaning staff with a good system and skilled cleaning practices can address your industrial building space, whether large or small.

Special Floor Care

From here, you want to think about your floors and any special procedures that need to be followed. Are the floors made of a special material that requires particular solutions to keep it clean and sanitized? Or maybe the floor space will be filled with machinery that needs to be considered when moving, cleaning around or near it to keep safety in mind. Floor types can change from room to room, and having a clear plan and system will assure getting each area clean to expectations.

Conventional Cleaning

Finally, you’ll want to make sure the industrial building cleaning includes the common areas for staff and any other areas that have human usage throughout the day. For example, common cleaning tasks like sanitizing and deodorizing bathroom and kitchen areas along with dusting and wiping down office, desk and reception areas. These areas will probably have more conventional type floors that require vacuuming and mopping to keep them tidy. 

Hire a Pro

A great way to help keep your industrial facility looking good every day is to hire a professional cleaning crew. The cleaning staff should be educated on any special needs, procedures, and requirements that are involved with having a presence in an industrial building space. We provide this type of professional cleaning service.

Click here to learn more about our cleaning services for your industrial building space. Along with our familiarity with industrial safety procedures, our professional cleaning staff is bonded, insured and maintains OSHA compliance.

We would be delighted to care for your industrial building. Please contact us online or call us at 571.451.0441 for answers to your questions and schedule your janitorial cleaning appointment today!

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