Some important aspects of school cleaning consist of cleaning and disinfecting on a regular basis. Different areas of the school must be cleaned daily to make sure they are kept up with. If this is not done, germs, bacteria, and viruses may begin to accumulate and live on surfaces. This would increase the chance of staff and students getting sick, which may lead to an increase in absenteeism. Another important aspect of school cleaning is knowing where germs and bacteria are lurking. They will typically surface on high traffic areas like computer stations, lockers, door handles, water fountains, cafeterias, restrooms, and much more. These more common areas should be cleaned daily.
Classrooms Carry A Lot of Germs
Classrooms are a very common ground for germs and viruses to spread. There is typically a large number of students in a confined room for an average of 8 hours per day. Common areas and items in the classroom are sometimes shared, increasing the chance for germs to spread. Germs can enter into the body from hand contact to the eyes, mouth, or nose. Younger students frequently put their hands on their faces and do not always perform proper hand hygiene. Handwashing is very crucial especially in today’s world to reduce the spread of germs between students and staff.
Professional School Cleaning Services with Corporate Cleaning Group
CCG has years of experience in cleaning a variety of facilities and operates all across the United States including Weirton, WV, Springfield, MO, Denver, CO, Grand Rapids, MI, Charlotte, NC, and other cities. We will develop a customized cleaning process to make sure all areas are cleaned within the school. We always use the latest medical-grade cleaning products and equipment to meet the needs of the staff and students. We guarantee high-quality service and satisfaction. Let us help you make your school a clean and safe work and learning environment for all. To learn more about our school cleaning and disinfecting services, or other professional cleaning services, please contact us today.