With back-to-school in full force, we wanted to take a moment and share some of our janitorial knowledge with you. You may wonder, besides cleaning, what exactly does a janitor’s job entail? A janitor’s job goes well beyond cleaning services. Our crew’s objective from the very beginning has always been to provide clients with reliable, quality janitorial and maintenance services at the highest standard for the best competitive price. Let’s take a look at 3 things a janitor’s job entails:

Cleaning
Yes, the obvious is cleaning, but not just any type of cleaning. Janitors provide in-depth cleaning with the best cleaning products, and at Master Care, that means using eco-friendly green cleaning products. Ensuring each surface is cleaned, disinfected and meeting cleaning standards is what makes us and our client happy. Most importantly, cleaning each area correctly will help those working to be confident that they are working in a healthy and clean environment, at all times.

Building Lock-Up
Oftentimes, janitors may have to work past midnight, which means they could be the last person to leave the building. This leaves the janitor with a large responsibility of doing the final inspection before locking up for the night. It will be the janitor’s job to ensure each and every area was cleaned, all lights are turned off, any machinery used is correctly stored away, and all offices are ready for the next day. Lastly, the most important part is to ensure the building is locked correctly. People may think this is a small task, however; it’s very important as the janitor is responsible for the safety and security of the building.

Keeping in Mind the Full Impact of Their Work
As mentioned earlier, a janitor’s priority is to ensure they provide their clients with clean and healthy working conditions. Germs, bacteria, dirt, and dust often get stuck to carpets, walls, ceilings, and sometimes even desks. As a janitor, it’s their job to go the extra mile with a deep clean to ensure each and every surface is cleaned and disinfected, which will decrease the chances of getting sick while working in office environments.

At Master Care, we have had the privilege to serve a variety of businesses for over 30 years. We are very proud to be a member of the BC Contract Cleaners Association, which provides us with guidelines for cleaning, and allows us to stay up to date with information within the industry. Our team of cleaning experts are constantly undergoing classroom and on-the-job training, to ensure your highest standards are always surpassed. Interested in speaking to someone about our cleaning services? Visit our website, we’d love to hear from you. https://bit.ly/2LvR8Bm