Deep Cleaning Your Property
No matter how thorough and rigorous your regular cleaning routine, unseen dirt, grease and grime will inevitably build up over time in the areas of your home or business premises that are either not visible or not easily accessible.
Deep Cleaning Your Kitchen
Although this happens in every part of a property, kitchens are usually the greatest cause of concern due to the health and safety implications. In all such cases, but especially when it comes to commercial premises that have to adhere to strict hygiene regulations, the best solution is to periodically arrange for a team of professionals to carry out a deep clean.
During a typical deep cleaning operation virtually every inch of a kitchen will be dealt with: Work surfaces, floors and wall tiles – including those hidden behind appliances – will be washed, sanitised and polished. All drawers and cupboards will be emptied and cleaned out.
Food and burnt-on deposits will be removed from hobs and ovens, while sinks will be polished and have any limescale deposits removed. Ducts and air filters will also be thoroughly cleaned, making them more efficient and dramatically reducing the risk of flash fires due to the build-up of grease.
Once the process is complete, your kitchen and its appliances will be as good as new. Proper cleaning will also help to prolong the life of catering equipment and allows you or your staff to work in a pleasant, germ-free environment.
Commercial and Domestic Premises
Deep cleaning can be carried out on a regular schedule and become part of your ongoing overheads, but you can also make use of the service in response to a large spillage or following the discovery of a pest infestation. This can be especially useful as expert cleaning carried out by experienced operatives is far more likely to meet the high standards required by hygiene professionals and inspectors.
Deep cleaning services are not only for commercial premises. If you have just moved into a new home or have a rental property portfolio and are in the process of changing tenants, having the kitchen deep cleaned will ensure a sanitised, germ-free environment for the new users.
It also makes it far easier to assess the state of the property at the end of a tenancy and deduct the necessary amount from a deposit to cover the cost of restoring the property to its original state.
A deep clean also provides an excellent opportunity to check the condition of your premises more thoroughly than a standard cleaning will allow. By getting behind and underneath items that are not normally moved during the cleaning process, such as refrigerators, washing machines and ovens, potential problems caused by leaks or corrosion can easily be spotted and addressed.
Deep cleaning can be arranged at a time to suit you – either at the weekend or when your premises are closed – so that the disruption to your business is kept to an absolute minimum. Every environment is different so the service you receive will be catered towards your exact needs. A deep clean can be applied to an entire kitchen, a whole property or simply focus on a single piece of catering equipment.