Birds chirping happily, the days are longer and the smell of Spring is in the air. March has arrived…for most of us that means only one thing: Spring Cleaning. Grab your vacuums, brooms and dust pans. Open the windows, shake out the rugs, play your favorite music and get ready for the yearly cleaning ritual. Spring Cleaning is the common term for the annual hustle and bustle of households and businesses scrambling to get their indoor spaces clean and tidy. This opportunity allows for families and businesses to have a fresh start before the social festivities and fun of the coming summer months.
The importance of a thorough clean shouldn’t be limited to the spring season. It is recommended that every business environment and household upholds a certain level of cleanliness any time of the year. Any size facility can utilize the assistance of a professional cleaning service, whether it is a weekly, bi-weekly, or monthly job. Another commercial cleaning blog insists, “A well-managed facility should be safe, hygienic, and clean throughout the year to ensure a positive experience for every customer and a productive working environment for every employee.”
Aside from the aesthetically pleasing appearance of maintaining a clean environment, the likely benefits to your health & business are priceless! Eliminating old paperwork, throwing away expired products & re-organizing furniture are simple ways to reduce clutter, thus allowing yourself more space for creativity. Psychologist Dr. Fader advises that an organized environment is the key for an improved mood and decreased stress, “The positive psychological impact of spring cleaning increases our productivity, health and relationships.”
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Sources: JaniKing, PsychologyToday