Office Cleaning in Cartersville, Georgia
Whether your office is large or small, there are many surfaces that are touched frequently throughout the day. These high touch areas can potentially harbor a wide variety of germs. In fact, germs can live up to 72 hours on most surfaces. Baza Services has been in the cleaning business for more than 20 years, providing professional office cleaning in Cartersville, Georgia. We offer flexible cleaning contracts, tailored to the needs of your business.
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Professional Office Cleaners in Cartersville
Show your customers and your employees that you care about quality, with a workplace that is clean every business day. Our commercial cleaning crew arrives on time and in uniform every time we clean your Cartersville office. Baza Services provides one-time cleaning before or after a special event, routine service (daily, weekly, monthly), and special project cleaning.
Our typical Cartersville office cleaning services include:
- floor care
- restroom cleaning
- window & glass cleaning
- disinfecting all high touch surfaces
Attention to High Interaction Surfaces
Baza Services makes sure your office not only looks clean but more importantly, is properly sanitized. We focus on all the high touch areas in your work environment for maximum protection from unseen bacteria and allergens.
High touch areas we clean include:
- keyboards & mouse
- elevator buttons
- water fountains
- doorknobs & door handles
- stair railings & banisters
Protect your staff, vendors, and clients with an office space that is fresh, clean, and sanitized. Baza Services has been cleaning commercial environments throughout the local area since 2003. Call us today to get started on an office cleaning program.
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WHAT CUSTOMERS ARE SAYING:
★★★★★ - "We've been working with Victor from Baza Services for many years. He is always professional and courteous. Very responsive to questions and concerns."