A commercial cleaning service provider is the professional to go for if you need to clean your office or any other part of your commercial building. Make sure you are employing an expert for the task; stick only with those that had been providing such services for a very long time. This way, you can be rest assured that the commercial building will be cleaned as it should be done. After employing the service provider, hand the company's checklist to them and they will follow this checklist to the letter to help get your commercial building cleaned exactly the way you want it to be cleaned. They will never have problem cleaning the place, provided they have the background knowledge and experience on how to get such tasks accomplished. In the course of the commercial cleaning process, the service provider will be required to clean all parts of the building, including the walls, the partitions, equipment, furniture and every other part of the building. They are required to dust these places and make sure no dirt is hanging on them. They are required to reach out to under the furniture, like bookshelves, desks and chairs. Topmost parts of such shelves and cabinets must also be properly cleaned by the service provider. They are required to remove cobwebs from the walls and every other surface in the building. Aside dusting walls and furniture, the commercial cleaning service provider is equally required to clean all surfaces and items, like microwaves, refrigerators, chairs, tables, mirrors, toilets, floors, countertops, sinks and such other surfaces. After the initial cleaning, the service provider is expected to follow this up with proper disinfection of these surfaces to make the building free of germs that can cause one form of illness or the other in the long run. Every room in the building is expected to be properly cleaned by the service provider, like the toilet, the kitchenette, break rooms, restrooms, offices, board room, conference room, halls and every other room that makes up the building. The staircase is equally expected to be cleaned properly by the service provider.