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Friday 20 March 2015

Why Green Bay Businesses Should Choose Green Cleaning Services

Posted at 1:43 PM

Just like losing weight while eliminating toxins in our bodies is all the rage, we can minimize toxins in Green Bay businesses as well. Toxic chemicals, noxious odors, allergens, and dust mites don’t have to permanently park in your offices. We tend to think that whatever we can’t see is harmless to us. Wrong. That’s why commercial green cleaning in Green Bay, WI can be so beneficial. Ask the specialists at ServiceMaster Recovery by Restoration Holdings for more details.

Have you ever seen a photo of a dust mite? It looks like one of those alien creatures in a sci-fi movie. Trust us. They don’t stop at just one mite. Dust mites can cause allergens which affect people.

Since you have many employees and untold numbers of guests and customers, you have no way of knowing who has allergies and who doesn’t. Until they sneeze and sneeze and sneeze. Our commercial green cleaning methods remove those allergens, so everyone can breathe better.

You’ll have happier employees and customers. Instead of conversations being sidetracked to how unpleasant your environment is, employees will concentrate on creating connections and producing results.

It’s a proven fact that when we feel miserable, it’s more difficult to think outwardly. With regular commercial green cleaning in Green Bay, even your most sensitive employees and customers should flourish.

Another culprit of a toxic environment is noxious odors. Whether from chemicals, spoilt food, or strong perfumes and colognes, green cleaning can freshen your workplace. We are wondering, however, why you wouldn’t simply throw out spoiled food regularly.

Green cleaning can be just as effective, if not more so, for your workplace environment than using chemicals. If allergens or employee sensitivity is an issue for you, contact ServiceMaster Recovery by Restoration Holdings to see how you can benefit from commercial green cleaning in Green Bay, Wisconsin.