The holidays are peak seasons for a range of activities from going to the gym to visiting stores. This is great for your bottom line, but without a clean space your customers aren’t likely to keep visiting.
Commercial Deep Cleaning Services
Deep cleaning is one of the most important proactive steps any business owner or facility manager can take to create a welcoming, attractive, and safe space for their patrons. While mopping the floors every night is a good step toward facility maintenance, basic cleaning practices won’t be enough, especially after the busy holiday season.
When thinking about the end of the year, most business owners think about increased customer count, spending, and other revenue-focused projections. What isn’t usually considered is that increased foot traffic brings with it all of the filth of the outside world. This is a particular problem in the winter months—especially in the area around Denver—because of wet, muddy, or snow-covered boots.
A deep cleaning service will help to create a welcoming environment in your space and may even have implications for the health of your staff and customers. Depending on the type of business—fitness center, retail space, or another business entirely—the time to hire a deep cleaning service will vary.
Fitness Center Cleaning Services
Deep cleaning must be a part of any fitness center cleaning schedule. It’s as simple as that, but deep cleaning is inherently something that can’t be done every time you clean the gym. Throughout the year, wiping down equipment, vacuuming the floors, and other general maintenance should suffice.
However, particularly in the environment of a fitness center, deep cleaning is important after surges in high activity. At a certain point, the number of people coming in and out of your doors becomes too much for normal cleaning procedures to get a handle on. In a gym, patrons are not just at risk of feeling disgusted or discouraged from visiting again but are at real risk of getting sick.
The end of the year brings with it the perennial New Year’s resolution, “I’m going to work out more this year.” Though many will abandon their resolution after a few months, the first few weeks of the year are bound to be some of the busiest. When the crowds inevitably thin out, deep cleaning will ensure that each area of your facility is spotless and ready for the year ahead.
Just think, starting each year with clean bathrooms, locker rooms, and other corners of your facility will make a massive difference for your members. Regular cleaning services will still be required, but you won’t be starting already behind.
Retail and Other High-Activity Spaces
The amount of time a customer spends in your store is directly tied to the amount of money they will spend there. Especially today, when so much purchasing happens online, any reason at all that a customer can give to avoid going out shopping will be reason enough.
Sure, you may have your staff or a cleaning service sweep the floors at night, wipe down the windows, and do a pass of the restrooms, but these basic tasks aren’t necessarily going to cut it by the time the new year rolls around.
Once the holiday shopping season is complete and returns have been made in early January, most retail locations will be a bit of a ghost town. This is the perfect time to take advantage of a deep cleaning service.
No customer wants to enter a dirty space, and regular cleaning services aren’t always going to cut it. Consider the occasional deep clean.
Deep Cleaning Whenever you Need it
Different types of commercial facilities have different busy times of the year. Sure, gyms and retail may be busiest at the very end and beginning of the year, but restaurants, specialty stores, and others could have their unique “busy season.”
Whenever your busy season is, a necessary deep cleaning shouldn’t be far behind. Kep Klen is the premier commercial cleaning service in Denver, and we make it a priority to get to know the ins and outs of our clients’ spaces, schedules, and specific needs so the cleanliness of their facility is never a negative factor when customers are deciding where to spend their money. Contact us today to learn more about how our deep cleaning services stand out.