Spring Cleaning for your Snowmass Business
The spring cleaning season has established itself as a go-to season for more extensive cleaning jobs. Although this is most frequently linked with private houses, it is just as important in businesses. Everyone is cooped up inside during the frigid winter months, and messes begin to build. Cleaning helps create a more open and less stressful work environment for employees; a clean and pleasant business environment helps attract clients.
Cleaning isn't likely to be towards the top of your to-do list unless you're the archetypal Danny Tanner or Monica Geller. So we're here to make that part easier for you by compiling a list of key locations to inspect during your spring cleaning.
Windows are one of the simplest yet crucial areas to clean. Beyond making sure you have squeaky clean windows, check to ensure they have tight seals. Small gaps in window seals can cause cool air to seep out (and warm air in the winter months) and allow water to trickle in. Checking caulking and weather stripping remains intact and up to par can save you money in the long term.
This is very important for the presentation of your business. The grass, flowers, weeds, and other plants are starting to grow, and it's important to begin grooming your landscape. Don't wait till your plants get out of control. Hire someone now, or take some time yourself to pull the weeds, mow the grass, and trim any trees or bushes. Additionally, this is a great time to plant some flowers if you want to spruce up your place of business.
When switching your building's air flow system from heating to air conditioning, now is the optimum time to perform a quality inspection. Run your system for a time to make sure it's working correctly, and look for any outdated or out-of-date parts that need to be replaced. Clean up the ventilation system by removing dust and any other debris that may have accumulated inside. Because ventilation systems are infrequently cleaned, many building owners discover bug infestations or mold issues when cleaning their vents and ducts. It's better to take these safeguards while the weather is still fluctuating.
Along with the rebirthed trees and plants, spring also brings back hordes of pests. Ants, spiders, termites, mosquitoes, and even bed bugs can become problems. It's best to take preventative measures to ward off pests instead of being forced to shut the business down for weeks to fumigate for difficulties. Keep in mind your locale because different areas attract different pests. This will help inform you what to spray. Lastly, if you are continually having the same pest problems year after year, try to identify external factors that might be attracting those pests and any defects in your building that might be letting them in.
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