There is little doubt that even the most conscientious of building contractors will leave a mess after they have left a site often resulting in the need for after builders cleaning in London.
Where old buildings have been knocked down to accommodate new construction works, an incredible amount of dust can be created which will work its way into your office through the ventilation system, through opened windows and by being trodden in as members of staff enter and leave the building.
Even if we are talking about much less dramatic works being conducted, such as a refit of a neighbouring office, then tradespeople like carpenters, electricians and plumbers will all contribute to dust and dirt building up.
Even smaller works undertaken in your own offices whilst employees are working there can create unwanted grime. Running a new network cable or installing extra electrical outlets will frequently mean drilling, which, in turn, creates airborne particles which will mean your building needs to be cleaned. If you don’t, then the level of particles that are floating around in your office will increase and this has a negative impact on your team members’ ability to breathe well. If they can’t, then you will see more people taking time off work sick with a resulting drop in productivity.
Equally, building dust that settles on workstations makes employees feel that they are working in a poor environment and they can sometimes seek opportunities elsewhere, as a result.
Avoid these problems by taking after builders cleaning London seriously.