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What to Do When You Experience a Flood

Flooding can happen suddenly and unexpectedly, especially if it’s related to a natural disaster or other type of extreme weather. It’s important to know some basic safety procedures as well as know how to differentiate floodwaters depending on their source. Always remember that personal safety comes first and that cleaning up floodwater should always be [...]

October 10th, 2017|Disaster Restoration, Mold Damage, Water Damage|

Cleaning the Green Way

One of the major headlines these days is green cleaning. For those who know little about this technique, green cleaning is the unique combination of cleaning products, equipment, methodologies, and procedures that is based on maximizing cleaning efficiency while minimizing the negative impact on the environment and health of people. Green cleaning is aimed to [...]

October 3rd, 2017|Carpet Cleaning, Cleaning, Janitorial, Upholstery|

3 Crucial Janitorial Skills Needed for Proper Healthcare Cleaning

Healthcare facility cleaning requires more comprehensive knowledge of commercial cleaning than any other janitorial service. With a variety of regulatory agencies to answer to as well as remaining in compliance with specific health codes, the stakes are higher than any other industry. If you are a facility manager for any type of healthcare facility, it’s [...]

September 26th, 2017|Cleaning, Healthcare, Janitorial, Special Projects|

Cleaning Shouldn’t Be a Headache

Cleanliness is a state of being clean and free from dirt. Also, it is the process of achieving and maintaining that state. We may have a brief gist of knowledge about cleaning services and what precisely are their intentions. So, what are cleaning services? Well, you can term it as an agency which renders cleaning [...]

September 8th, 2017|Cleaning, Janitorial|

Post Construction Cleaning: What to Clean After the Dirty Work is Done

Once a big construction or renovation project is complete, there’s always just as big a mess leftover. Besides the basic cleanup involved of removing large debris and returning tools and equipment, a critical part of post construction cleaning is removing all the dust that was produced. Construction projects generate an immense amount of dust from [...]

August 31st, 2017|Cleaning, Special Projects|

Is Your Home Properly Insured for a Disaster?

Many homes in the United States are underinsured. This can happen when people decide to skimp on their homeowner’s insurance as a way to cut costs or don’t have a full understanding of what their policy covers. People also tend to forget to work with their insurance provider on adjustments when making changes or renovations [...]

August 28th, 2017|Disaster Restoration, Home Insurance|

Dangers of Using Bleach for Cleaning

Bleach is frequently used and is found in almost all household cleaning products. It is a very strong, corrosive material and is also highly toxic. When using on the commercial level, it can possibly ruin carpets and be harmful to those inside of the building. When bleach is mixed with other cleaning products it can [...]

August 22nd, 2017|Cleaning|

Subtle Signs of Water Damage

Water damage doesn’t always start with a natural disaster or major appliance mishap. Sometimes a slowly leaking pipe or an improperly sealed window can cause real structural damage to your property over time. Even if damages only seem minor, they can lead to bigger problems down the road when left untreated. Noticing visible damages to [...]

August 10th, 2017|Water Damage|

Why is Commercial Floor Care Necessary?

It's easy to not notice the importance of maintaining the proper care of your building’s floors. It’s natural to want to keep the floors clean, but is a professional floor care service necessary? Yes it is, and here are a few reasons why you need commercial floor cleaning for your building.   The condition of [...]

August 4th, 2017|Cleaning, Hard Surface Floor Care, Janitorial|

5 Common Causes of Water Damage

Determining the source of a leak or other water seepage can be difficult. Especially when you consider how easily water can travel, wherever the first signs of a problem appear may not indicate the source. If you’re finding water stains on your ceiling or notice your wood floors warping, you very well could have excessive [...]

July 27th, 2017|Water Damage|