What New Home Builders Must Know About The Benefits Of Professional Construction Cleaning

Posted on: 3 September 2015
Even though no one has yet lived there, the cleaning that a newly constructed home requires to get it ready for occupancy is more complicated and labor-intensive than regular residential cleaning routines. The construction cleaning professional understands that each surface of the new home must be wiped, shined, polished, mopped or vacuumed to perfection, removing all traces of dirt and dust left by the construction process in order to make the home appealing.
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3 Things You Need To Know About Prolonging The Life Of Your Carpet

Posted on: 28 August 2015
Taking care of your carpets is incredibly important. The life and look of your carpet will be directly related to how well you care for it. Whether your carpet is old or new, here are a couple things that you can do to keep it looking nice. 1. Don't Allow Shoes Or Bare Feet In The House Most people know that you shouldn't wear shoes in the house. Shoes are terrible for any kind of flooring.
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How To Remove Mold From Your Home

Posted on: 24 June 2015
Mold can contribute to poor air quality in your home, in addition to being an eye sore. Here are some tips on how to get rid of this unwanted guest in your home.  Protect Yourself Before you begin to treat a mold problem, be aware that mold spores can be toxic. As you clean, you may release more mold spores into the air that you could inhale. This is why it's important to wear a protective facial and eye mask, as well as gloves, while you are working.
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MRSA In Your Daycare Center: What Is It and How Can Commercial Cleaning Get Rid of It?

Posted on: 19 June 2015
Scheduling regular commercial cleaning services for your daycare can protect kids from a number of hidden germs, including MRSA, methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus. This potentially life-threatening bacterial infection can live on surfaces for weeks or months and infect your daycare kids once they encounter it. Commercial cleaners use effective antimicrobial products that attack and kill MRSA at the source. Here's what you should know about MRSA and how commercial cleaning protects your little ones.
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