Top 7 Things to Look for When Hiring a Commercial Cleaner

Posted on 3/8/17 7:30 AM

A clean work environment isn’t just about keeping up a professional appearance. Research shows that a dirty working environment can have long-term cognitive effects on employees and thus reduce productivity and job satisfaction. That ultimately means it also can negatively impact your bottom line.

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Topics: Commercial Cleaning

How to Maintain and Protect Commercial Carpet in Winter

Posted on 2/15/17 8:00 AM

Salt trucks have been out in force this winter, and facility managers at businesses have been trying to keep up with one ice storm after another by applying sand, rock salt, and other chemicals to their parking lots, sidewalks, and entryways.

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Topics: Commercial Cleaning, Commercial Carpet Cleaning

The Importance of Keeping Acoustic Ceiling Tiles Clean

Posted on 1/11/17 7:30 AM

Unlike floors and walls, little attention is paid to ceilings in an office environment. The truth is that dirty, dingy and stained acoustic tiles detract from the appearance of any space, but there’s more to it than aesthetics. Clean ceiling tiles generally last longer, promote healthier air circulation and quality, and better act as a sound buffer and fire retardant.

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Topics: Ceiling Tile Dusting, Office Cleaning

5 Ways to Keep Your Office Clean Throughout Winter

Posted on 12/6/16 7:45 AM

When the winter weather outside is frightful, it can take a little extra effort to keep the office clean. There are the obvious things – like tracked-in slush and grime-streaked windows – but the re-circulated stale air and cold-and-flu-season germs trapped in a workspace that’s closed up tight against winter’s chill bring challenges all their own. That’s the bad news.

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Topics: Office Cleaning

Where Do Germs Hide in Your Office?

Posted on 11/9/16 7:45 AM

How clean is your office? When you look around you probably see garbage cans are emptied, desktops are free of dust, carpets have been vacuumed and entryways sparkling clean. But what about the things you can’t see?

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Topics: Office Cleaning

What’s the Best Way to Clean a Commercial Kitchen?

Posted on 10/20/16 8:33 AM

Commercial kitchens—those in restaurants, hotels, large corporate offices, schools, hospitals and similar places—get a tremendous workout every day. Hospitals, for example, might feed hundreds of people three meals a day, and that kind of activity is hard on features like vents, countertops, floors and appliances. The accumulation of dirt and grease happens fast and if not cleaned properly (and regularly) can lead to illness and even fires.

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Topics: Kitchen Cleaning

3 Reasons To Pressure Wash Your Building and Grounds

Posted on 9/14/16 7:35 AM

Take a good hard look around the exterior of your building, through the eyes of a prospect, job candidate or potential partner. What do you see – asphalt debris? Old gum stuck to the sidewalk? Stained concrete? Dingy or moldy siding? All these, and other signs of age and lack of proper maintenance, can leave a negative impression about your business. Can you afford that?

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Topics: Pressure Washing

How Clean are the Walls of Your Business?

Posted on 8/9/16 7:30 AM

When it comes to facility cleaning, we all know the basics: you’ve got to clean the floors, windows, furniture, fixtures, restrooms, break rooms…but what about your walls? Didn’t even think about those, did you? 

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Topics: Commercial Cleaning

Post-Construction Cleanup Ensures a Spic-and-Span Environment for Your New Building

Posted on 7/13/16 7:30 AM

Your new building or remodeling is finally complete, after months and months of planning and construction. So you’re all ready to move in, right?

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Topics: Construction Cleanup

Leave Your Summer Window Cleaning to the Pros

Posted on 6/15/16 7:30 AM

There’s nothing better than a warm, sunny summer day. That is, until the sunlight illuminates all the smudges, marks, and grime on your windows, and you’re reminded that you have some serious cleaning to do. If you’re at home, you might save it for your Saturday morning chores, but at work, the longer you let your windows stay dirty and smudged, the worse it’s going to reflect on your business’ reputation and employee morale.

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Topics: Window Washing Services