Have you considered how the cleanliness of your office windows could be affecting employee productivity?
A cluttered, drab, or dirty work environment can negatively impact employee wellbeing. And sick, unhappy or demotivated employees are not productive employees.
Keeping your office clean, tidy and comfortable can help employees to feel relaxed and motivated, resulting in an uplift in their productivity.
One part of your office that is very important to maintain is its windows. As well as having an impact on its aesthetics from both the inside and the outside of the property, they are also a very important source of natural light.
Here are just three ways that having your windows cleaned regularly can have a positive impact on employee productivity.
Hiring a professional commercial window cleaner may have more of a positive impact on your business than you realise, here’s why.
Whether you own a business in construction, retail, or office work, maintaining the appearance of your windows is essential to your reputation locally.
Dirty windows are more than just an eyesore though, have you considered that they may also have a negative psychological effect on both your employees and your customers?
Hire a professional commercial window cleaner to make sure that the job is done regularly and to a high standard and start enjoying the many benefits of crystal clear windows. Continue reading
Being a business located in a city centre has many benefits but can take its toll on your windows.
Businesses in the city are likely to require more frequent window cleaning than those in more rural areas due to the activities going on around them.
Why do city windows get dirtier quicker?
Cities are big and busy places, and whilst it can be great to be right in the thick of all the action, city-life can also be a bit noisy, smelly and dirty.
Just some of the factors that cause windows in the city to get dirty quicker than those in quieter areas include pollution, construction, roadworks, and those pesky pigeons.
Cities usually experience high levels of traffic, causing high levels of pollutants, dirt and dust in the air, all of which will cling to your property’s windows.
Whilst the sun is great at showing up dirt and smears on windows, it’s best to wait until an overcast day before tackling the job.
It may seem like it makes sense to clean your windows with the warm sun streaming through them, showing up all the dirty patches, but high temperatures and bright sunshine actually create the worst conditions for window cleaning.
During hot and sunny weather, the heat from the sun’s rays causes the cleaning solution to dry on the glass too quickly. This will end up leaving more smudges and smears behind, making it difficult to get a perfect finish. Cool and overcast weather creates the best conditions for achieving a flawless finish when washing windows.
Of course, if it’s the middle of summer, having your windows cleaned on a warm and sunny day may be unavoidable. In this case, it’s best to have the job completed early in the day before the sun gets too high in the sky.
At Archer Window Cleaning, we have been cleaning windows across Greater Manchester for over 25 years.
During this time, we are proud to have built a reputation as one of the most reliable and experienced commercial window cleaners in the region. As our experience has grown and our reputation has flourished, we have expanded to cover further afield in the North West and nationwide.
Our dedication to delivering excellence was recognised in 2013 when we were awarded ‘UK Window Cleaning Company of the Year 2013’ at The Cleaning Show, held by The Federation of Window Cleaners.
Whilst our success has meant that we have grown and expanded beyond Manchester, the heart of our business still lies in this city. We have clients based all over the city, from Ancoats to Trafford, from Sale to Central Manchester.