As spring approaches, there may be a lot on your mind concerning your commercial property. What will it look like when the colder temperatures have lifted? Will the landscape come back healthy and beautiful? Will the parking lot be clean and tidy? Ensure your property is looking its best with a detailed and thorough plan for spring cleaning.
Consider the Mud
April showers bring more than just May flowers. They bring mud. To keep mud to a minimum, your drainage systems must be functioning properly. Having your gutters pressure washed now will remove any dirt, grime, or debris, allowing water to drain effectively when the rainy season hits. Consider pressure washing your curbs and sidewalks as a part of spring cleaning as well. Start the new season off fresh by removing any debris buildup from the winter.
Beyond the Typical Task
You probably have a list of spring-cleaning tasks you complete every year. While that list may keep your property functioning, consider taking it to the next level this year. What tasks can you do to make your property the best that it can be? Do you have benches that could use a deep cleaning? What about a rock or brick wall? If you have water features in the garden or elsewhere on the property, you might want to pressure wash them before turning the water back on again this spring.
If your commercial building includes awnings or shutters, you should have those cleaned as well. Keeping those decorative features clean will help you make an excellent first impression on customers all year. It will also keep them in better shape to withstand the weather year-round.
Contact the Professionals
With spring right around the corner, it’s time to start thinking about what you can do to make your commercial property look its best. Contact Sun Brite Services today to learn more about how we can help.