Maybe. We all know the kinds of signs that get put up in staff kitchens, asking people to do their own washing or in lounges to ask residents to put their rubbish in the bin. However, sometimes these things don’t get done to the necessary standard, or if they do, then other equally important aspects of cleaning are neglected instead. In areas shared by even the most considerate of users, there may not be sufficient cleaning products and equipment to deal with the gradual build up of dirt and debris. Staff are unlikely to wash the windows, or hoover under the sofas so even if your communal area is generally tidy, the odd top up form a professional is still advised. On the other hand, some people use the communal nature of these spaces to avoid their responsibilities, in which case we can provide regular, even daily cleaning services to keep things in tip top condition. As soon as things start to slide others often take this as permission to stop cleaning up after themselves, so keeping things clean and smart can make a big difference.