Cleaning Services: Museums
Commercial cleaning at any museum requires the upmost care. Artwork can be placed on the walls, floors and shelves and have cleaning crews have to be vigilant at all times as to what is not only in front of them, but also to their sides and most importantly what is behind them. Cleaning staff have to be expertly trained and continually informed of new pieces entering the facility. They have to understand the placement and value of the artwork. Cleaning staff must also be aware at all times of security issues which may compromise the museums collection. A thorough check of the facility and proper setting of the alarm is a must. Tight floor cleaning schedules also usually occur between exhibit changes and the janitorial company has to be flexible enough o meet the last minute requests of the client. In addition, most museums hold fund raising events and will likely ask the commercial cleaning company to provide porter service from time to time. The janitorial company must be able to provide professional, well-dressed individuals to assist them in catering to their donors and associates.