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Don’t Procrastinate on Pressure Washing

Commercial Pressure Washing

You don’t see it right away: the dirt and grime slowly accumulating on the side of your commercial building. While it’s impossible to see the difference from one day to the next, the exterior of your property is gradually being enveloped with a layer of nastiness. And that layer can cause some major problems. I get it: It’s easy to …

The clear benefits of commercial window cleaning

“I don’t do windows.” Beyond just an obscure Willie Nelson song title, this uniquely American catchphrase not only represents the limits of what we’re all willing to do but speaks to the physical challenge of that necessary task—cleaning windows. We all appreciate access to lots of natural daylight in our commercial buildings, but any property manager will tell you that …

New Technology Helps Schools Slow the Flu

New Technology Helps Schools Slow the Flu - Janitorial Services for Schools and Educational Facilities

‘Tis the season for giving, but some gifts you would much rather return. Even worse than the ugly sweater you’ll inevitably unwrap from your mom is a nasty virus that keeps your students home in bed instead of learning at their desks. December marks the typical start of flu season, but the virus can wreak havoc anytime from early October …

De-ice, not destroy

Protect Floors from Ice Melt - Janitorial Services for Commercial and Industrial Facilities

Protect your floors from the damaging effects of ice melt A gentle December snowfall brings to mind romantic connotations of intimate gatherings and winter wonderlands, cozy fires and warm blankets. Except for you. If you’re a building manager, you’re less focused on “the moon on the breast of the new-fallen snow” and more worried about slush, mud and ice and …

Off-site and outpatient deserve the same commitment to clean

Off-site and outpatient deserve the same commitment to clean - Janitorial Services for Health Care and Medical Facilities

You don’t have to turn on the news to see constant reminders of the changing face of health care. One of the bigger trends causing ripples across medical organizations is the acceleration of outpatient care. The American Medical Association reports that more than three-fourths of U.S. health care is now performed outside hospital walls—in physician offices, outpatient clinics, ambulatory surgery …

Write a Better Janitorial RFP

Write a Better Janitorial RFP

Whether you’re a facility manager looking for a new cleaning partner or a homeowner needing new windows for your split-level, you want to ensure you’re getting the best value for your dollar. We get it. And while we can’t help with the windows, we can help you better evaluate potential cleaning vendors through a smarter Request for Proposal (RFP) process. …

School Classroom or Germ Factory?

Germiest Places in Schools Janitorial Services for Schools and Educational Facilities

“Don’t put your mouth on it!” No matter where we were, if I was headed to a water fountain to get a drink, I heard my mother’s warning. To this day, I’m always wary of how close my mouth is to the spigot and I completely stay away from those fountains that lack the proper pressure to propel the water …

The Germiest Places in Your Office

Dirtiest Places in the Office Janitorial Cleaning

Do you wash your hands after using the restroom? What about after you make 50 copies of that report for your meeting starting in 10 minutes? If you’re like most people, habit dictates a good scrubbing after a toilet visit, but office supplies are usually considered safe enough. Except the dirtiest places in your office aren’t always the usual suspects—and …

Better cleaning through technology: How new advancements are changing the industry

Janitorial Technology

I’ll admit: I was skeptical when I first saw a Roomba. Maybe even more curious. How does it know where to go? What happens when it hits the edge of the stairs? Does it work? Ever since Rosey the Robot first wheeled across our TV sets, we’ve looked to technology to help us with our cleaning efforts, both at work …