Does your facility have high ceilings? If it does, you need high ceiling cleaning services, including high dusting services. Let’s look at how these services work, what they include, and how they improve your commercial or industrial facility.
This blog covers the following points:
- The definition of high dusting
- What tools it involves
- The types of ceilings it works for
- Why ceiling dust removal matters
- Why high dusting services are worth the investment
- The OSHA standards these services help you meet
- How Brenner Facility Services delivers high dusting services
What Is High Dusting? What Does It Involve?
High dusting is a set of services that remove dust and dirt from ceilings over 16 feet tall. These services also include cleaning hard-to-reach vents, ducts, and corners. Commercial cleaners use dedicated tools like far-reaching brooms and brush attachments to clean these high-up components. Other high dusting tools include telescopic vacuum cleaning poles and spray bottles. These remove dust and debris to keep all parts of your facility safe and pristine.
What Ceiling Types Does High Dusting Work for?
High dusting works for many kinds of ceilings, including flat ceilings. It helps facility managers and building owners of warehouses, factories, healthcare facilities, government buildings, religious buildings, schools, and gyms keep their spaces clean.
Why Does Ceiling Dust Removal Matter?
You may think that ceiling space cleaning doesn’t matter because your ceilings are so high, no one can reach them. While that attitude is understandable, it’s also incorrect. Cleaning warehouse ceilings and other high ceilings prevents dirt and dust from getting into vents and affecting your facility’s air quality. Also, dust and debris could fall and affect your employees. High dusting stops dirt, dust, and debris from accumulating and hurting your work environment.
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Why Invest in High Dusting Services?
High dusting services remove dust from your facility’s vents and ducts, which makes these components more energy efficient. These services also keep products on high shelves free from grime and help you meet OSHA safety standards. By outsourcing these services to a professional cleaning company like Brenner, you ensure your ceilings, rafters, ducts, vents, and high shelves are clean without putting that burden on your facilities management staff.
Which OSHA Standards Do High Dusting Services Meet?
High dusting services meet OSHA standards of housekeeping that deal with combustible dust. Combustible dust is fine material that can catch fire when it mixes with air, and often comes from the following:
- Food: Starch, flour, sugar, candy, spices, feed
- Organic Materials: Wood, grain, paper, pulp, rubber, coal, tobacco
- Inorganic Materials: Plastics, pesticides, dyes
- Metals: Zinc, iron, chromium, magnesium, aluminum
High dusting services remove combustible dust from hard-to-reach areas, lowering the chances of safety hazards in your facility.
What Other Benefits Does High Dusting Provide?
High dusting offers many benefits beyond meeting OSHA safety standards. For example, it improves your facility’s aesthetics. If your ceiling and shelves have been collecting dust, they may look dingy. High dusting removes the particles that degrade your building’s appearance, making it look cleaner and brighter without any expensive power washing or repainting. This service can also return the ceiling to its original condition while extending its lifespan.
Why Partner With Brenner for High Dusting Services?
Brenner provides thorough, customized high dusting services. When we arrive to clean your rafters, high shelves, and other hard-to-reach components, we bring small aerial lift trucks to reach every corner of your facility. We dust shelves and ceilings from 6 to 16 feet tall, depending on your facility’s needs. Whether your facility needs a scissor lift or a specially designed sweep, we’ll bring the necessary equipment to clean high locations in your warehouse or other large facility.