Sneezing, coughing, watery eyes.
It’s a cold, right?
Or is it allergies?
According to WebMD, an Ohio study found that adults can lose hours of work a week when its peak allergy season.
But we can help.
Overflowing trash bins and specs on the carpet may mark the most obvious areas in need of cleaning.
But dust on the desks and counter may house microscopic particles that are causing employees to miss work – or at least lose productivity. Allergens can also rest in the carpets on the floor. They may be in the waiting room couch cushions.
Regular cleaning can offer your employees allergy relief and give them better focus and productivity.
Other steps you can take as a business owner to limit allergens:
- Be sure your office has a good filtration system. While it may be present in larger buildings, you may need to check in a smaller one.
- Ask employees to limit stuffed animal decorations or cushions used on chairs, which both attract dust.
- Wash throw rugs regularly with hot water.
When we clean, you give employees relief from allergies and allow them to focus more and be more productive.