Summer Cleaning Checklist: Preparing Your Facility

By Cappstone Inc. |
Summer Cleaning

Spring cleaning is out- summer cleaning is the new wave! Warmer days are upon us, and it is a better time than ever to get your business property looking as refreshed and professional. Here are the first things you should be adding to your summer cleaning checklist:

HVAC System Maintenance

As the summer months continue to heat up, you should be prepared to use your AC more than usual. It is crucial that you keep close eyes on your HVAC system and have regular maintenance performed to ensure it is in a condition that can handle the 80, 90, or 100 degree days! It is important to have a safe and functioning HVAC all year round, but a finicky air conditioning unit on summer days should be the number one priority to get fixed.

Windows and Walls

After a long winter and bipolar spring weather seasons, it is time to get your exterior windows and walls looking new again. The best way to tackle the grime that has built up is to start with a pressure washer. This will get the majority of dirt off of your walls and reveal a like-new surface. Then it is all about the details: window cleaning, light landscaping, and gutter clean outs. This is the best route for fast results and an effective way to improve the first impression clients will see.

Time to Organize

While you are prioritizing cleanliness in your space, one major step you can take to make all the difference for you is organization. This may be files, breakroom drawers, supply closets, or stock rooms. Whatever organization looks like for your facility, now is the time to do it. Consider wiping down each drawer as you rearrange its contents, utilizing drawer spacers and organizers, and even a professional team to make the cleaning job more effective and make your life easier. 

If you need help with any of these summer cleaning tasks, our team is here to help. Visit our website or give us a call to get a free quote today.

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