Cleaning – love it or hate it, it always needs to be done and it is a big business. There is a whole industry dedicated to cleaning and you’d be surprised at how many different types of cleaning need to be done and where.
Residential cleaning is the most obvious and well known. There are many companies that will find a vetted cleaner for you who will visit you weekly or fortnightly and do all those chores that you simply don’t have time for or can’t physically achieve. One off spring cleans can also be booked and these companies also offer end of tenancy cleans as well.
Commercial cleaning involves the cleaning of office buildings and business premises. Usually after hours, weekend or evening cleans so as not to disrupt workers. This type of cleaning will be a combination of duties found in residential cleaning but may also involve much larger kitchens and boardrooms and lots of desks! Commercial cleaning can also encompass sanitation and hygiene units in public bathrooms and will normally require a team of cleaners rather than an individual. For more information on Commercial Cleaning Belfast, visit http://www.maccleanni.com/
Professional carpet cleaning companies can operate anywhere and specialize in sanitizing and deodorising carpets using products made for this purpose. Steam cleaning is another option for carpets and upholstery and is usually performed by a specialist who knows how to treat specific surfaces differently.
Industrial cleaning is not something that immediately comes to mind. It is obvious that public spaces, for example, need to be sanitised but the scale of industrial cleaning is huge. Pressure washing, vehicle cleaning, high rise window cleaning, factories and crime scenes all require cleaning services that fall outside what we might normally consider. Bus operators need large vehicles cleaned, inside and out and so do the bus shelters. Specialist chemicals will be needed for the removal of graffiti. Train operators need to maintain cleanliness as well as there will be carriages and toilets to clean. Taxis and mini cabs, car and van hire firms may all need the services of a specialist cleaner as all these transport firms carry large numbers of people.
Specialist cleaning is also needed for police and prison cells, where a knowledge of safety and the disposal of biohazardous materials is essential. There are also contamination cleaning companies that can deal with biohazards and trauma cleans, for example, after a crime has been committed. They can deal with needles, bodily fluids, remains, fire and flood damage and medical cleans. It’s a dirty job but someone has to do it.