Banking buildings can range from a small town bank building that services a close knit community or it can be a hulking colossus of a building that deals with patrons from all over the world daily. Size of the bank only changes the size of your cleaning team and the amount of cleaning materials you need to bring with you to complete the job correctly. The priorities of any bank cleaning remain the same, regardless of the building’s size. The priorities for bank cleaning are teller stations, floors, and restrooms.
The majority of bank patrons use the teller counter exclusively. The most common reasons that patrons enter a bank are to perform an action that takes place at the teller counter. Whether they are depositing, withdrawing, getting a cashier’s check, or some other action, a high percentage of bank patrons go straight from the entrance to the teller counter. The highest concentration of fingerprints, trash, germs, and excess debris will be in this area that is most frequented by customers. When cleaning, be sure to sanitize and disinfect any areas all along the teller counter.
The floors of a bank are often a mix between hard floors and carpet. Hard floors like tile or marble need to be cleaned and waxed at the end of each night to keep them looking scintillatingly clean and fresh every morning when the manager arrives to open the doors. Similarly, carpets should be vacuumed nightly and shampooed on a regular basis depending on the amount of patrons who enter the bank. The only thing left on the carpets in the morning should be vacuum wheel marks!
Like every establishment, a pristine bathroom is a must. Using hot water and the correct cleansers will have the restroom looking, smelling, and feeling like a brand new bathroom every day.
Bank cleaning is an extremely important task because banks are revered as extremely clean places of business. To get the best clean possible, hire a cleaning company who can customize a cleaning routine solely for your bank.