Cleaning Products and Solutions for Corridors from Ceilings to Floors
Solutions tailored for every surface
Clean floors in your hallways or corridors are safer for visitors and staff, require less frequent replacement, and they prevent excess dirt from tracking into offices and other areas of your building. In addition to routine sweeping and everyday cleaning, keep hallway floors dry to prevent slips and falls.
High touch surfaces in hallways include doorknobs, light switches, handles, railings, and elevator buttons. These surfaces should be cleaned and disinfected at least once a day, or as often as necessary.
Dirt, debris and airborne particles get tracked into your building every day and deposits can build up on the walls of your office corridors. Dust and wash your walls regularly to improve the overall appearance of your corridors, and leave a positive impression on visitors.
Cleaning your ceiling, light fixtures and fans on a regular basis is an essential part of cleaning your hallways and maintaining a healthy indoor space. Moreover, a build-up of dust and dirt can become breeding grounds for mites, mold, bacteria, viruses, and other pollutants and can clog your HVAC system and result in poor air quality for your employees and visitors. Be sure to include vacuuming and or washing your ceiling and fixtures in your cleaning and sanitation plan.