What is High Dusting

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What is High Dusting

Cleaning hard-to-reach nooks and corners, vents and ducts, and ceilings in commercial and industrial buildings is known as high dusting.

High dusting is the process of cleaning difficult to reach spots and removing bacteria, dust, and dirt build-up. The reason that this process is called high dusting is because the areas that are being dusted and cleaned (air vents, ceilings, pipes, etc.) are usually over 16 feet high above the floor.

Incorporating dusting into your regular cleaning routine can reduce the amount of dust and improve overall indoor air quality in your home. When dusting, most cleaning companies neglect high dusting and hard to reach spots.

A good high dusting service would have dedicated brooms and other materials and instruments to help the cleaners with the job.

List of some areas that require regular high dusting:

  • Air vents
  • Light fixtures
  • Ceiling tiles
  • HVAC ducts
  • Exhaust fans
  • Recessed ceiling lights and pendant lighting
  • Water pipes
  • Walls and ceilings
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