Office cleaning is a time-consuming chore that can quickly become a hassle. Many surfaces found in an office may require specialized care that you are too busy to perform yourself. Any workplace can benefit from the employment of a professional janitorial service. Expert Cleaning at Emerita’s offers the services of professional cleaners who have the skills to thoroughly clean a commercial office while treating delicate surfaces such as leather or expensive rugs appropriately. Let our licensed company give you peace of mind regarding the state of your office and take the bothersome work of cleaning off your hands.
A professional janitorial service is equipped to clean a variety of surfaces including carpet, marble, and tile. Each floor, rug or piece of furniture is efficiently cleaned using an appropriate and quality cleaning product that will leave it looking spotless and extend the life of the surface. Furniture covered with leather is an example of something that can easily be damaged by faulty cleaning techniques or even by lack of regular and proper maintenance. A professional cleaning company ensures that these types of pieces are treated with special consideration. Regular cleaning will also continually remove bacteria or dust particles from the air that may exacerbate allergies or breathing conditions of employees and customers.
Emerita’s cleaning will improve the appearance and atmosphere of your office. Instead of taking valuable time out of your schedule to maintain workplace cleanliness, trust a janitorial service that is dedicated to quality customer service and spotless results.
Hiring just the right housekeeper can be life-altering for the busy family. Now this may seem to be a little over-the-top, but I am serious. Think about your life-whether single, a couple or a family-you have no time. No time to keep your home as organized or clean as you would like. No time to do the smaller tidying jobs that would make a huge difference.
“I am still learning about my home. If you can’t do it yourself, find good service people and treat them well.” — Terry (mom to our Human Resources Coordinator, Louisa)
Raise your hand if you grew up with a mom (or another parental figure) constantly reminding you to clean your room. Often, our earliest memories of figuring out how to tidy up and take care of our homes are with our moms—they taught us how to do laundry, how to do the dishes, and how to make our beds. So it should come as no surprise that when we asked our moms for their best homekeeping advice, they came back with some great tips.
Most agreed on a few major themes: it’s important to make sure everything has a home, that you put things back when you take them out, and that your home is an inviting, relaxing place to come home to—and invite others to.
Do you ever casually go about your day, popping into the kitchen for a little peanut butter toast and then the next thing you know you’re turning over the toaster oven because it’s been so long and you just can’t take the crumbs anymore?
At the risk of sounding like a cloyingly optimistic Peppy Patty (which I can assure you, I am not), I never really understood all the pervasive hate for Mondays. I get that easing yourself from the freedom of the weekend into the structure of the workweek is a bit of a shock to the system…