What Are Day Porter Services?
It’s quite likely you’ve never heard of day porter services. Many property managers haven’t. Porters are responsible for keeping your business clean during high traffic, busy times of the day. Some of the services they provide include the following:
- Cleaning the lobby and common surface areas
- Restocking and sanitizing restrooms
- Removing trash
- Mopping up spills
- Setting up and taking down furniture and supplies for meetings
- Performing minor repairs
- Painting for general upkeep
Day porters are jacks-of-all-trades and help keep your facility clean and running smoothly. They typically do not deep clean.
Benefits Of Day Porter Services
Maintaining the health and safety of your employees and customers during the time of COVID-19 is a top priority. In a busy facility, high touch point areas are surfaces that numerous people touch each day, which increases the risk of transmitting dangerous pathogens. At Disaster Restoration of Northern New Jersey, our professional team can create a disinfection plan to meet the needs of your facility.
In addition, day porter services improve the overall appearance of your building, maintain building safety, and improve employee satisfaction and productivity.
Experienced Service Providers
At Disaster Restoration of Northern New Jersey, we have over two decades of experience cleaning a variety of commercial facilities. We use green cleaning products with the eco-friendly certification, including eco-friendly cleansers, glass cleaners, and other green cleaning products. These products are not only good for the environment but are also good for the health of you and your employees.
Disaster Restoration of Northern New Jersey is committed to helping you maintain a healthy and safe environment for employees and customers. Contact us today to learn more about day porter services.
High Touch Point Preventative Disinfection
Maintaining employee’s and customer’s health and safety can be a challenge. Virus transmission can be present among shared common areas and workspaces despite janitorial services.
Areas touched by multiple people during the day are considered “High Touch Points”. The possibility of transmission can be diminished by taking extra disinfecting steps. Door handles, switches, buttons, railings, frequently used appliances and machines, and keypads are all areas that could use extra attention to minimize High Touch Point transmissions.
Customized Disinfection Plan:
Looking at the common use patterns of your space, you can develop a comprehensive, custom disinfection plan keeping your workspace a safe and healthy environment.
EPA Approved Disinfectants:
Look into Day Porter services or commercial cleaner businesses who take the cleanliness and safety of your workspace seriously. They will know about EPA approved disinfectants for use against virus and disease.
Experienced Service Providers:
Provide a great deal of experience cleansing and sterilizing a variation of commercial buildings. Their commitment is to provide a healthy work establishment for all employees and customers.