Civil and Industrial Cleaning

Insufficient cleaning in a civil or industrial work environment has direct or indirect repercussions on productivity and on people's well-being.

Insufficient cleaning actually worsens the work environment, helping to reduce staff motivation and thus increasing the sick leave rate.

What is more, in the long run, in the absence of systematic cleaning, maintenance costs of machinery and structures increase. Accurate treatment of these assets, geared to quality, ensures not only their correct operation but also their life span.

Current legal norms rightly call for the implementing of certain safety standards for the benefit of operators and customers. With the use of modern equipment the final result must in any case be absolutely impeccable.

The choice of cleaning procedures depends on various factors, such as the size of the premises, the problems affecting the structures to be cleaned, but above all the professionalism and the experience of those who have to do the job.