Are you planning an open house, business conference, or hiring event? If so, you’ll want to ensure that your office is in top condition. Follow this office cleaning checklist to see that you are ready.
Make a First Impression
The first thing people see when they walk into your office will determine how they feel about you. Accordingly, you should provide a good first impression by:
- Cleaning window and door glass
- Removing smudges from your entry door
- Sweeping, mopping, and polishing the floors in your entryway
- Emptying trash cans and cigarette butt containers
- Vacuuming floor mats or area rugs
Cleaning Higher Surfaces
You may not notice those cobwebs hanging from your ceiling, but chances are that your guests will. Aside from getting rid of cobwebs, some other places you might want to clean that are a little higher up include:
- Light bulbs, to include those in track or recess lighting
- Ceiling fan blades
- Window and door ledges
- Tops of desks, filing cabinets, and bookcases
Don’t forget other areas that are frequently overlooked such as windowsills, baseboards, and picture frames. If it’s been awhile since you last deep cleaned your office, you might also want to pull out furniture so that we can wipe down walls then sweep, and mop behind them. The idea is to make your office feel fresh and clean so that anyone you invite in will feel welcome.
Contact us and be Ready for your Next Office Event
Planning your event takes up enough of your time, so you probably do not have left to do all the cleaning chores on this checklist. That’s where we come in, taking care of important cleaning tasks so that you can focus on getting ready instead. Help guarantee your next office event will be a success by contacting us to get started.