If you are a business owner, you have a lot on your plate. Between managing your employees, caring for your clients, and boosting productivity, you don’t have time for menial cleaning tasks – besides, perhaps, a quick wipe or sweep job. 

Many businesses choose to take on cleaning tasks by themselves, and while we give them kudos for ambition, you can’t ignore the fact that many areas of your space are likely overlooked.  

In the following blog, we will be exploring the spaces in your office that may have been missed in your last few cleaning sessions and the best way to keep them dirt-free. 

High-Traffic Touch Zones

Buttons and light switches are notoriously overlooked but easily attract and harbor grime and bacteria. there are a few other high-traffic touch zones that need to be targeted in your office cleaning, including:

  • Sink faucets
  • Door handles
  • Railings
  • Desktops
  • Keyboards
  • Kitchen and office appliances
  • And more!

Disinfecting these areas is crucial to maintaining a healthy office space. A tip we have is to follow your daily movements with a cleaning cloth, you’ll be sure to come across some neglected areas.


Vents and fan intake areas get dusty fast, but they’re hardly ever cleaned as much as they ought to be. The dust that collects in your ducts can sacrifice the overall air quality in your space and cause your employees to suffer from respiratory issues too. 

Many teams overlook vents because they simply don’t have the tools to access them, like step ladders, extendable dusters, and more. 

Fire Extinguishers

In the best-case scenario, you’ll never need to use your fire extinguisher. However, because it’s hardly used, it is a major dust collector that few offices remember to dust. 

Keeping your extinguisher clean (and annually serviced) is the best way to improve the look of your office space while ensuring its safety too. 


A dishwasher is a fantastic addition to any office space – we’re sure that your employees are thrilled that they don’t have to spend their breaks washing up their co-worker's mugs anymore. 

Any dishwasher installed in an office space gets a lot of use, and while it works hard to clean your dishes, the dishwasher itself needs some attention too. 

Emptying the filter and running a self-cleaning cycle every now and then will keep your appliance in tip-top shape and extend its lifespan too. 

Under, Behind, and Around Garbage Pales 

Day in and day out, your garbage pales are filled with coffee grounds, banana peels, gum, snack wrappers, scrap paper – and everything in between. No matter how much care your employees use when filling the trash bins, grime and crumbs are bound to end up beside, behind, or around the pale to a certain extent. 

We bet, if you go and lift your garbage can or peer behind it, you’ll find sticky substances, food particles, and all kinds of yucky stuff!

Blinds and Window Coverings

Blinds and window coverings are another dust magnet! Blinds are often overlooked because they’re a real pain to clean, but they’ll become even more challenging to manage the more dust builds up – so you may as well put in the effort now and save the trouble later. 

Behind and Under Appliances and Furniture

If your office is self-reliant when it comes to cleaning, there is a slim chance that you and your staff are moving furniture and appliances to access hard-to-reach dirt and grime. These areas get grimy fast, though, and can easily undermine the health and safety of your workspace. 

Ensuring that these areas are kept in tip-top shape isn’t always easy, but it’s worth it!

Projectors, White Boards and Presentation Technology

There is nothing as annoying as conducting a presentation using a dusty old projector or a stained whiteboard. Unfortunately, these are yet another area of your business that rarely gets the cleaning attention it deserves. 

Deep Clean Your Office Space with the Help of Professional Cleaners

While a long, detailed cleaning checklist may help your employees to remember a few of these areas – adding more tasks to their daily schedule will only take away from the other, more critical work that needs to be done. After all, you pay your employees to do their job, not to clean up the office. 

If you want to ensure the overall quality and thoroughness of your weekly or bi-weekly clean, hiring a team of professional cleaners is the right decision. 

Professionals will work with you closely to create a detailed cleaning plan, targeting often overlooked areas while focusing on high-traffic zones. 

The best part? You don’t have to worry about a thing. With a professional cleaning team in and out of your property on a regular basis, you can focus on growing your business and making your customers happy while ensuring the overall satisfaction of your clients too. 

The Benefits of Hiring a Commercial Cleaning Team

To reiterate, you will experience the following advantages when you choose to hire a team of experts to clean your business space:

  • Cleaning that occurs on a regular basis
  • Use of high-quality cleaning products and trusted techniques
  • Attention to the details
  • Less time away from your business and your customers 
  • A high standard of cleanliness 
  • Increased employee satisfaction and productivity 
  • Improved appearance of your property 
  • Establishment and retainment of positive reputation

Find Great Rates on Commercial Cleaning with Pristine Cleaning Services Of Georgia LLC

If you’re ready to invest in a commercial cleaning company to ensure those areas are taken care of, Pristine Cleaning Services Of Georgia LLC invites you to contact our experts. We are proud to offer professional commercial cleaning services to businesses in the local area, and we’ll always take a highly customized approach to your request. 

Whether you want to hire us to clean behind your appliances and tackle those blinds on a one-time basis, or if you’d rather have us in your office space every week, we’re more than happy to be of service. 

Contact our passionate experts by phone or email to discuss your cleaning needs and get started today!

We look forward to your call.