Working in an office can be demanding, even though most of the work is done sitting down. There is a lot of concentration required and people are working in close proximity with each other and so clean, fresh air is vital.
As we have discussed before office surroundings that employees are in touch with are important to health and wellbeing. However ventilation, whilst it is crucial to a healthy productive office, is often ignored as part of routine office cleaning. The consequences of a poorly maintained ventilation system are that the office becomes stuffy and worse still the system could be harbouring and spreading germs.
Hence cleaning the office ventilation system regularly is important if the system is to work at its best. The longer it goes without being cleaned, the less efficient and effective it will become.
And those harboured germs could have an effect on the sickness levels in the office. Clean fresh air is a major contributor to reducing illness in the office which of course is good for productivity and morale.
A spokesperson from Procare Cleaning agreed with this. “Office cleaning is something many business owners accept as a fundamental aspect of running a business. However the unseen areas are often overlooked, literally out of sight out of mind. Ventilation systems are one of those hidden areas. That’s why Procare offer a comprehensive office cleaning service including these systems, to make sure our clients’ offices always enable staff to achieve their best.”