While there are plenty of excuses for not cleaning, there are some very real risks associated with this necessary task that should be considered, especially in an office or business setting.
Topics: Office Cleaning
You may recall when ABC news broke a story about hotel maids scrubbing drinking glasses with toxic Lysol, or handling other common items in restrooms, such as soap dispensers and those little shampoo bottles, with gloves they just used to clean toilets. Rightfully so, the video footage proving the practice went viral and gave millions of Americans the heebie-jeebies, and it created a major stir in the hospitality sector to, quite literally, clean things up.
Topics: Restroom Cleaning Service
We’ve all seen it. When winter arrives, the rock salt and ice melt products come out and ground-in, matted down areas with those signature white salt stains seem to crop up overnight on business entryway carpets. Efforts to prevent them seem futile, and attempts to get the stains out sometimes result in even more stains and permanent damage.
Topics: Commercial Carpet Cleaning
Good Old St. Nick is a busy guy during the holidays and, understandably, the cleaning duties in his workshop sometimes get put off in favor of more pressing needs. He’s got a deadline to meet, after all.
Maybe you can relate. Your workspace and Santa’s Workshop probably have a lot of things in common. And keeping it clean during a harsh, Wisconsin winter — much like the North Pole — can be a challenge. But putting off regular cleaning could pose a safety hazard and create a less desirable environment for workers.
Topics: Facility Maintenance
If your employee morale is sagging, a good cleaning just might do the trick, and it also might be just what the doctor ordered.
Before you know it, it’ll be time to switch from the air conditioning unit to the furnace. Perhaps you’ve already made the switch! In northern climates, the cooler temperatures in autumn inevitably lead to falling leaves and, eventually, falling snow that can present challenges for commercial building owners and maintenance crews.
It can’t be avoided—commercial buildings need to use energy to get work done. There’s no “going off the grid” for the vast majority of businesses, unless their business is renting out clotheslines for drying laundry. Nevertheless, most commercial buildings are using too much energy for their actual needs.
Topics: Facilities Management
When customers ask Jack’s Maintenance how often they need our commercial window cleaning services, we always answer the same way: “It depends.”
If you’ve ever subcontracted a remodeling project, you can understand the frustration of working with multiple vendors to complete a project—carpenters, plumbers, painters, flooring specialists, drywallers, electrical contractors...the list goes on. The time and effort to coordinate all these services, negotiate contracts, pay invoices and determine specs can equate to a part-time job.
Topics: Commercial Cleaning