Day cleaning – the greener, lighter way to clean

sust 2Have you thought about shining some daylight on your cleaning?

All of the tasks completed by a night cleaning crew can be performed quietly and unobtrusively during the day. In addition, day cleaning is a great way to decrease energy costs, improve sustainability and increase client communication.

Day cleaning can achieve:

Reduced energy bills: When cleaners are working during the day, lights do not need to be turned on, thereby reducing overall electricity consumption at the site. By switching from night time cleaning to day cleaning, you have the potential to decrease overall energy use by 10 to 15 percent.

Better results: Cleaning during daylight hours ensures better results because high traffic areas get more frequent attention.

Increased client communication: When clients are able to see and interact with the cleaning team, communication is often improved and an increased sense of trust is formed. When cleaning teams are available during peak working hours, they can respond immediately to ad hoc activities and unforeseen incidents.

Increased team well-being: More family-friendly hours for cleaning teams can increase the well-being of team members and provide an opportunity for them to become an important member of their work community, resulting in better employee retention and job satisfaction.

Better building security: Day cleaning programs can be a lot safer for businesses and workers as fewer robberies and physical assaults happen during the day. Cleaning accidents and challenges are even minimised during daylight.

AP2W2224A transition to day cleaning works best when there is a thorough plan to educate building occupants and a customised roll-out plan.

If you want to be a leader in your industry, reduce greenhouse gas emissions and save money, it could be worth investigating day cleaning at your site.

Danihers can customise a day cleaning plan to suit the needs of your facility – contact our team on 1300 559 409 for more information!

 

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