These are the few words that best describe the hotel industry. Whenever people want to experience luxury, the place to go are the hotels. Whenever people go on vacation, they usually look for a hotel to stay. Whenever they wanted to relax and unwind, they go to a hotel. Wherein, the word “staycation” developed another meaning to most Filipino. And lastly, hotels usually offer a variety of food and great dining experience.
In order for the hotel industry to deliver all these qualities and satisfy their guests, cleanliness is one of the top priorities that they should commit to. GES professional cleaning service removes residue, allergens, and bacteria that live on surfaces and build up over time in carpet, tile, upholstery, and mattress. This offers a way to inexpensively improve the appearance of the property and illustrate to guests that every aspect of their stay has been considered. From the moment guests step into the hotel lobby, they are presented with a clean environment, and this continues until they check out of the hotel.
GES professional cleaning services help fine-tune the housekeeping duties. GES deep cleaning focuses on the areas, materials, and surfaces that does not need special attention on a regular basis as well as making the materials and surfaces looks fresh, shiny, and new again.
The jobs on hotel housekeeping deep cleaning schedules can be modified depending on the timetable of seasonal occupancy, but we recommend to always including these 12 must-do jobs:
1. Overhead Dusting
Dust the tops of entertainment cabinets, standing wardrobes, and door jams. Most areas can be accessed with long-handled dusters, but a ladder is the safest way to reach ceiling fans, fire sprinklers, and smoke detectors. Dust light diffusers, air vent grates, and the tops of entertainment hutches, armoires, and door jams.
2. Walls, Baseboards and Doors
Dust and clean baseboards and walls. Clean switch plates, wall outlets, and charging stations. Wipe down doors on both sides including frames, knobs, locks, and hinges.
3. Windows, Sills and Frames
Vacuum window tracks to remove dust and debris. Polish interior glass, clean sills, and wipe down frames and hardware.
4. Blinds and Drapes
Take down blinds and drapes before cleaning windows. Polish rods, hooks, and pulls. Wash blinds with mild detergent to remove built-up film and use a hand vacuum to clean drapes.
5. Furniture, Trim and Upholstery
Everyday use may cause itchy and irritating reactions for guests. Vacuum all soft surfaces, paying close attention to the details. Treat and remove stain on upholstered material. Extract dust and dirt from sofa and chairs. Vacuum and clean furnishings with special attention to deep spaces between cushions. Check for stains and treat with spot remover. Clean wood trim with furniture polish and shine metal.
Deep Cleaning of Mattress in two-step process: Extraction and Sanitization. Deep cleaning should include regular bed bug inspections. Clean mattress, box spring platform, and rails. Vacuum the carpet under the bed. Remove the headboard from the wall and inspect both sides for contamination. Extraction of dust, dirt, impurities, and removal of stains. Sanitization with steaming up to 170 degrees to kill dust mites and odor removal without using any chemicals.
7. Carpets and Rugs
Everyday use may result to not only looking filthy but also cause itchy, irritating reactions for employees, clients, or guests. Stain removal, vacuuming, shampooing, and extracting dust, dirt, and grime from carpet and rugs. Highly effective impregnation which protects all textile surfaces and delays subsequent soiling.
Thorough cleaning of toilet, bath tub, and shower area. Check, treat and remove stains, molds, and scum on walls, shower head, sink, and toilet. Remove mineral build up and water spots on faucet, shower head, hose, drain cover, and shower door. Make sure to sanitize the toilet, handles, and light switches to avoid contamination.
Clean interior and exterior of rangehood, refrigerator, oven, and other appliances. Steam cleaning of sink, countertop, cupboard, stove, and other areas to kill germs and bacteria build up. Intensive degreasing of vents, oven, stove, countertop, and floor. Drain cleaning and pipe declogging without harming the materials.
10. Sanitary Area
Important element in sanitary areas is its clean and fresh environment. GES shares your passion for promoting a healthy, contaminant-free space. Gym equipment, sauna, jacuzzi, toys, and playgrounds are particularly a breeding ground for germs and bacteria. Gym and locker room, Spa and wellness, and indoor playground are used by multiple people and are generally a warm and sweaty environment - all of which increase the likelihood that germs are lingering on surfaces. Having a dirty and contaminated area that causes diseases in children and adults will eventually lead to your facility being declared as unsafe or for your customers to not come back.
Deep cleaning, stripping, waxing, polishing, and crystallization of natural stone floorings, ceramic tiles, concrete, wooden, and elastic floorings (e.g. PVC, Linoleum, and Rubber).
Cleaning the exterior is also important to overcome the power of nature to destroy. Once nature takes over, the structure will start to deteriorate. Mildew and mold, once it gets hold can damage your paint, materials, and surfaces. Proper cleaning of entrance and pool area, walkway, parking, terrace, and garden can prolong and preserve the property structure. Likewise, reducing the weathering process and eliminate insects, debris, and undesirable natural stain. Improved overall curb appeal further increases customers’ enjoyment and satisfaction of the premises.
Some projects are just too big for housekeeping staff and that is when you need to call in a professional cleaning service. When you partner with a full-service cleaning provider, the advantages include: