As you can tell from our name, we at Interstate Contract Cleaning Services specialize in offering local businesses the cleaning services they need. One of the many varieties of cleaning that we can help you with is institutional cleaning, which is a particular kind of contract cleaning. In this article, we will provide an overview of what institutional cleaning involves so that you can know what to expect and whether it is a good solution for your place of business or other facility.
- What is Institutional Cleaning? In the most basic terms, institutional cleaning refers to any cleaning done outside of a private home setting, such as cleaning an office building, school, hospital, hotel, restaurant, etc. Because of the large number of people who use such facilities every day, and the activities that these people engage in there (such as eating in restaurants and recovering from illnesses in healthcare facilities), the requirements for cleanliness and hygiene are much stricter than those for private homes.
- What Does Institutional Cleaning Involve? Institutional cleaning involves more than just keeping the institution in question tidy. As part of our institutional cleaning services, our team will routinely wipe down all surfaces to prevent the accumulation of dust and dirt, as well as clean your floors for the same reason. On top of that, we can provide deep cleaning services when necessary, using more concentrated cleaning agents and more elbow grease to scrub out any accumulated or ground-in dirt. Finally, we will also regularly use disinfectants to sanitize key surfaces and touch points, such as tabletops, keyboards, phones, door handles, and more, in order to keep you, your team, and your clients safe from illness and disease.