What Is A Deep Clean?

Posted on 16th June 2020 by Andy Roberts

Cleaning commercial spaces are essential, especially when you consider how many people use them each day and end up touching everything within them. With the recent outbreak of COVID-19, cleaning is now more important than ever, and office buildings are going to start opening back up to their staff again. With this in mind, an increasing number of companies are looking to professional deep cleaning services to get the work done to a high standard. But the key thing you should be asking yourself is what is a deep cleaning, and what makes it different?

What is Regular Cleaning?

This is a set of cleaning tasks that are performed on a regular basis, and it is also referred to as domestic cleaning. This regular cleaning is carried out on a daily or weekly basis, and includes the standard home cleaning tasks you would expect such as:

  • Vacuuming and mopping
  • Cleaning bathrooms
  • Cleaning kitchen
  • General tidying

commercial deep cleanWhile regular cleaning is often referred to as domestic cleaning, these tasks are also undertaken in a commercial setting. Office buildings and other industrial work areas still require daily and weekly cleaning tasks, so don’t dismiss them before you have done your research.

It is best to combine regular cleaning services with deep ones, providing you with an end result that covers all your bases and is incredibly thorough. After all, you don’t want to risk your staff becoming sick due to a lack of cleanliness in the workplace.

What is Deep Cleaning?

This is a little different from regular cleaning, and it is also the kind of service that you hire at the end of a tenancy. Additionally, these are tasks that should be done every six months or so within a commercial setting. It covers areas that are not traditionally included in a standard cleaning service, such as:

  • Behind kitchen appliances like the washing machine and oven
  • Under the sink
  • Inside the oven, including the oven door glass
  • Inside of window frames and patio doors
  • Inside and outside of all windows
  • Washing all blinds
  • Full and deep dusting including all the corners of rooms for cobwebs
  • Scale removal from all bathroom tiles, kitchen tiles, taps, showerheads etc

Deep cleaning takes longer than standard services, but it leaves the area looking fresher and cleaner than ever before. To add some perspective, it can take between three and 12 hours to clean a typical two-bedroom home, so when you apply that to your office building it should give you a rough ballpark figure. It reaches all the hidden corners you would never think of, so it’s worth the extra time and money spent.

Why is Deep Cleaning Important?

Deep cleaning gets right beneath the surface, getting right into the nitty-gritty and removing grime that has built up over time. While your office might look good on the surface as a result of regular cleaning, the bacteria lurking below can cause a great deal of harm to the health of your workers – especially if it has gathered over time and been left to fester.

The current pandemic means that before you move your staff back into the office, you are going to want to ensure that their place of work is absolutely pristine to avoid risking illness – which will end up costing you money and losing productivity. Scheduling deep clean means that you can relax in the knowledge that they will be returning to a workplace that doesn’t put them at risk.

What Does a Deep Clean Consist of?

deep cleaning servicesNow that you know what a deep clean is and more about its importance within a commercial setting, we can take you through what deep cleaning looks like for us. While we tailor our schedule and tasks to fit the companies we work with, we do have a rough layout so that you can get a good idea of the services we offer. You can find them below:

  • Start by doing a high dusting of vents and light fixtures.
  • Vacuum blinds, drapes, windowsills, tracks, etc.
  • Dust walls and clean the light switches.
  • Dust doors and clean all doorknobs.
  • Dust skirting boards, even those behind furniture.
  • Move the furniture and vacuum the carpets as well as mop/scrub/steam clean floors.
  • Dust and wipe down all surfaced (ask employees to remove everything from their desks).
  • Clean and sanitize all computer keyboards and screen.
  • Clean kitchen cabinets, appliances, refrigerator, etc.
  • Clean bathroom walls, toilets, urinals, sinks.
  • Do a machine scrub on restrooms floors. This will help eliminate urine smell.

We also offer the following additional services for commercial deep cleaning for your office:

  • Window Cleaning
  • Carpet Cleaning
  • Strip and Wax

As you can see, it is a very thorough and detailed process that takes a great deal of time and effort to complete. However, the end results are well worth it and you’ll absolutely notice a difference in the way your office sparkles.

To Conclude

If you are searching for Commercial Cleaning in Sheffield, Barnsley & Rotherham, you don’t need to look any further than us. We are here to provide you with the best possible results and a deep clean that will leave you wondering why you didn’t go ahead with it sooner. In these stressful times, it gives you peace of mind to get the work done and ensure that your place of work is in the best possible condition. We’re here to help you with every step of the process, so make sure you get in touch for a quote and more information, call us today on Sheffield 0114 358 6204, Rotherham 01709 230 152 or Barnsley 01226 977 182