Maintaining a clean and hygienic kitchen in your place of business is imperative not only to create a good impression for staff and visitors, but more importantly, to maintain the health of employees. ServiceMaster Clean Of St. John’s ensures all office kitchen surfaces are cleaned and sanitized, including countertops and other high-touch areas such as microwaves and refrigerators.
A computer room needs to be cleaned on a regularly scheduled basis. Our computer room cleaning program not only focuses on obvious places such as the tops of system cabinets and floors, we also clean underneath the raised floor areas and other dust-catching surfaces such as the ductwork and raised floor airflow panels, to ensure long life and maximum reliability of your equipment.
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Are all your employees background checked?
We recognize that security and trust are a paramount concern, so at ServiceMaster Clean Of St. John’s we have taken an added step to help ensure compliance with customer needs by developing the Clearance Chek’d certification program to help preserve the peace of mind of our customers. Clearance Chek’d is a high-level Police and Criminal Record Check combined with Identity and Previous Employment Verification. Janitorial staff working on your cleaning program will have (ID verified & clean criminal record) clearance via this Program.
Why should I get tile & grout professionally cleaned?
High traffic gradually dulls the floors and the grout becomes dark with dirt. Regular mopping only removes surface-level dirt and often leaves residual dirt in the grooves of the grout. This is particularly troublesome if your tile flooring has not been properly sealed as grout is highly porous.
Do I need to do anything prior to the technician arriving for my scheduled service?
Yes, we ask that you remove breakables from the tops of furniture in the breakroom, lobby, conference room and other areas we will be cleaning. Pick up moveable items from the floor such as rugs, plants, trash containers, recycle bins, file cabinets, chairs, etc. Vacuum or dust mop all debris found on your floors prior to your cleaning. If items are too large to move, consult with your technician.