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Services

Daily
Entrances

  • Clean door glass
  • Vacuum, sweep/mop entries

Stairways and Outside Entrances

  • Sweep and mop floors, vacuum, stairways and landings
  • Remove Trash

Corridors

  • Spot clean walls, hand rails
  • Vacuum / dust mop
  • Mop/spot mop
  • Empty trash and recycling bins that have been placed in halls

Public Area (Reception Areas, Common Areas)

  • Floors: vacuumed, swept, mopped
  • Trash removed

Classrooms, Auditoriums and Laboratory Facilities

  • Clean chalk boards and trays
  • Change lights as needed
  • Floors: Remove large debris , spot-mopping/mopping

Restrooms

  • Clean and disinfect stools, sinks, urinals
  • Mop floors
  • Clean mirrors
  • Stock toilet paper, paper towels, and hand soap dispensers
  • Spot clean walls, partitions, fixtures
  • Change lights as needed

Twice Per Week
Monday & Wednesday

  • Walls, handrails and elevators will be spot cleaned

Tuesdays & Thursdays

  • Classrooms, Auditoriums and Laboratory Facilities
  • Trash removal
  • Floors: Thoroughly sweeping, vacuuming and spot-mopping/mopping
  • Spot cleaning walls
  • Cleaning window glass
  • Change lights as needed

Weekly
Offices, Conference Rooms, and Break Rooms

  • Vacuum
  • Empty trash and recycling receptacles (trash/recycling receptacles may be placed in the hallway, they will be emptied by the custodial staff on days other than routine cleaning)
  • Change lights as needed at no charge (lights needing to be changed can be requested on Custodial Web Site )
  • Walls, handrails and elevators will be spot cleaned

Annual

  • Offices, classrooms, hallways, common areas will be stripped and/or scrubbed, or restored and finish applied once per year at no charge to the departments.
  • Carpeted offices, classrooms, hallways, common areas will be shampooed once per year at no charge to the departments

 

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