Sometimes it’s best not to think about how much time we spend at work, but when it comes to hygiene, it definitely helps to stop and ponder. With offices only growing in size, it’s becoming more and more important to maintain a high level of cleanliness. The more people moving in, out and around the … Continue reading
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With the start of the new school term, time has come for the the influx of kids to roam the halls and classrooms for another year. Not only does that mean the return of activity to the school grounds, but also the return of countless germs, dirt and general mess that comes with the presence … Continue reading
For any environment in which young children will be for a long period of time, ensuring that a high standard of hygiene and cleanliness is maintained at all times should be a top priority. Here at JMS Cleaning, our team have a wealth of experience cleaning schools and day nurseries to a high quality. We’ve … Continue reading
With the average worker spending on average 200 hours a week in the office, it should go without saying that a clean and tidy environment should be a priority. It’s easy for illness and germs to spread quickly around an office environment with many people, so keeping on top of cleaning through a professional cleaning … Continue reading
Germs are all around us. One of the places they like to hang out is in a commercial kitchen. To prevent the spread of infection from disease-causing bugs, it is vital to have a clean and hygienic environment. The best way to do this is to tackle bacteria buildup by cleaning and disinfecting surfaces, storage … Continue reading
Many of us spend a large part of our lives working in an office. Perhaps because we are so focused on work, few of us consider that this environment is the perfect breeding ground for dirt and germs, especially in the winter months when windows are usually kept firmly closed. Although we all know the … Continue reading