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High Dusting

24 Feb2016
High Dusting

Spring will be here before you know it, and we can bet your commercial property and home’s interior is in dire need of some deep spring-cleaning. Don’t wait until winter ends to get going on your lengthy to-do list!

KEVCO is here to help you get your commercial property’s interior looking its absolute best. So put down the duster and keep your ladder outside where it belongs–KEVCO is here for the rescue with our specialty commercial services!

As you know, dust has a tendency to accumulate in the most inconvenient and hard to reach areas. Since dust inhalation is a health hazard that can irritate the skin and sensitive membranes of the eyes, nose, and throat, it’s imperative that property managers take care of the problem before it gets too out of hand! The last thing you want is for your customers to be put at risk from dust inhalation.

During the winter months it’s likely that dust and debris accumulate at much faster rates. The reason for this is because during the colder months the heat is almost always running. If property managers do not regularly clean or upgrade air filters, then dust will build up!

The cleanliness of your building’s interior should be top priority for every property manager. And just because you can’t see the dust in hard to reach areas, doesn’t mean it should go untreated.

Dust buildup is also a huge concern for homeowners. With the heat running all winter long, dust tends to accumulate on ceilings, ceiling fans, chandeliers, and more. Since these areas are hard to reach, you risk the potential of hurting yourself, and damaging your home.

Specialists at KEVCO have a ton of experience with high dusting in nearly all types of commercial properties. Let us take this stress off your hands and make sure that your building’s high, and hard to reach areas are properly dusted and cleaned.

For more information on KEVCO’s high dusting services in the D.C., MD, and VA areas call 800-315-3444 today.

 

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