Cleaning & Maintaining Your Commercial Building: How to Capitalize on Business Summer Down Time

Does your business look like a ghost town during the summer months? Are most of your office and shop personnel taking vacation time to enjoy the beautiful Wisconsin weather? If everyone at your business is taking significant time off during the summer, including your janitor, it’s time to seize the day to get all your cleaning and maintenance done on your commercial building before your employees get back and business picks up.

That’s right, summer is the time to tackle deep cleaning and maintenance at your business or rented office space: to tackle those spring cleaning tasks that never got done because business was too good, to get a jump on fall maintenance before you get too busy, and a chance to add offices and reorganize workspace while your employees are not using the space.

So how do you get most of that cleaning and maintenance done without paying overtime during a downtime or hiring additional personnel? Outsource. A commercial cleaning and maintenance service can get your cleaning and maintenance work done quickly and efficiently, and can get any tasks you specify underway:

  • Exterior building maintenance,
  • cleaning your office kitchen,
  • dusting office cubicles and counters,
  • floor cleaning and waxing,
  • parking lot maintenance,
  • landscaping,
  • removing and replacing ceiling tiles,
  • fixing drywall patches,
  • painting walls,
  • fixing and repairing HVAC units,
  • building inner offices,
  • restroom repairs,
  • installing new interior and exterior doors.

When scheduling, be very conscious of determining of what week works for your business. Choose a week when minimal personnel are on the premises, or a weekend or night when the cleaning and maintenance crew won’t affect your business. Once you’ve come up with a date, or several possible dates, call your local southeastern Wisconsin cleaning company to schedule down time cleaning for your commercial building.

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