3 Cleaning Black Holes that Are Making Your Indoor Office Air Space Toxic

Are Cleaning Black Holes Making Your Office Toxic?

Do you know the 3 Cleaning Black Holes that Are Making Your Indoor Office Air Space Toxic?  Let’s listen in to find out more …  

 

Chat with an Office Cleaning Expert Office Manager:   

“Houston, we have a problem! We have at least 3 known cleaning black holes that are making our office’s air space uninhabitable, indoor air quality toxic; over.”

 

Chat with an Office Cleaning Expert Command Center:

“Roger that, Office Manager.  Have you identified the sources?  Please give us a full report; over.”

 

Chat with an Office Cleaning Expert Office Manager:

“Transmitting full report now Houston; please stand by …

The cleaning black holes in our current janitorial program include:

  • Excessive dust and pollen from improper cleaning procedures and tools is wreaking havoc on our indoor environmental controls.
  • Having no professional carpet cleaning and maintenance program in place is seriously raising toxicity levels.
  • Zero bi-annual air purification program either. Indoor air space situation dire; over.”

 

Chat with an Office Cleaning Expert Command Center:

“The problem is your janitorial services provider!”

 

When seeking out a professional janitorial services company, have you duly considered adding an indoor air quality maintenance program to your list of office cleaning must haves?  Why should you?  Because indoor air quality (IAQ) is such a necessary and important component of maintaining a healthy and safe work environment.  According to the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH), the primary sources of indoor air quality problems revealed in its official investigations included:

  • Inadequate ventilation

Annual cleaning of your HVAC system in addition to protective vent filters that trap contaminant offenders is a good start.

  • Indoor contaminants

A quarterly carpet deep cleaning and maintenance program removes the excessive dust, pollen and other pollutants that get trapped deep inside the padding and fibers of your office’s carpeting and upholstery.

  • Microbial contamination

Reducing the spread of microbial contamination such as molds, bacteria and viruses starts with  professional-grade cleaning equipment, products specifically formulated for commercial use and  properly implemented, OSHA compliant janitorial procedures.

 

Keep your office clean, safe and healthy and reduce employee absenteeism.

Medical symptoms of poor indoor air quality can include headaches, dizziness, nausea, tiredness, lack of concentration, and eye, nose, and throat irritation.  The good news is, poor indoor air quality is completely preventable. Begin by implementing an indoor air quality maintenance program as an essential part of your regular office cleaning regime. Need help?  Speak with a commercial cleaning expert for free.  Contact Kelly Commercial Cleaning Services for a no obligation cleaning consultation.

 

Chat with an Office Cleaning Expert Command Center:

Contact Kelly Commercial Cleaning Services now Office Manager.  Houston over and out.

 


 

Sources:

https://www.osha.gov/SLTC/indoorairquality/building_ops.html

https://www.epa.gov/indoor-air-quality-iaq/indoor-air-quality-offices-and-other-large-buildings

https://www.osha.gov/dts/osta/otm/otm_iii/otm_iii_2.html

 

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