3 Reasons To Hire A Commercial Cleaning Service For Your Building

Posted on: 16 April 2018
Is your office not looking so hot these days? If your employees are so busy that they hardly have any time to clean up after themselves, it might be time to bring in some professional help. Here are three reasons why you should retain the services of a commercial cleaning service today. A Clean Workspace Can Increase Productivity In short, clutter can do more than make your workspace look dirty. It can also clutter the minds of your employees.
[Read More]

3 Steps To Take After Your Business Suffers Fire Or Water Damage

Posted on: 17 February 2017
The restoration process for a commercial building that suffers water or fire damage differs from a home that does. There are additional steps you must take to clean up, restore, and re-open. If your business has recently suffered fire or water damage, here are some steps you need to take immediately.   Get an Inspection Before attempting to enter the building, you need to have it inspected by a professional first. There are many dangers that could be lurking in the building.
[Read More]

Dealing With Young Kids And Pets? What Are Your Safest Carpet Cleaning Options?

Posted on: 11 November 2016
Kids and pets can be rough on soft surfaces, particularly carpet -- between hair, mud, claw marks, and various bodily fluids, keeping upholstered furniture and plush carpets clean can seem like a full-time job. However, many commercial carpet cleaning sprays and powders may leave you worried about residue that could pose harm to babies or pets who may have direct skin-to-carpet exposure. What are the best chemical-free cleaning options when it comes to high-traffic surfaces?
[Read More]

Stop Scratching The Surface: 3 Hidden Areas Of Your Home That Contribute To Indoor Allergies

Posted on: 27 September 2016
Dealing with allergies is a challenge, especially when you are not sure where the source of your symptoms is coming from. According to theAllergy and Asthma Federation of America, the most common allergy triggers are mold, pollen, dust mites and animal dander, which can all exist within your home. While you likely have already spent a great deal of time dusting furniture and sweeping up pet hair, it is important to know that there are hidden areas in your home that also contribute to allergies.
[Read More]