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Post Construction Cleanup

Now that your construction project is coming to a close, you can’t simply move employees back into an unkempt workspace. Nor would you want to welcome clients into a space that hasn’t been fully made presentable. Making structural and aesthetic improvements is a huge investment of time and resources and requires that final touch… the… Read more »

The Importance of Winter Carpet Cleaning

Winter is just around the corner, meaning that New York City is lining up the salt trucks that will soon be dusting the city in a finely ground combination of dirt and salt. While this means safer roads, the damages that are incurred because of the salt can be extensive. The salt wreaks havoc not… Read more »

Indoor Allergies in the Office

  As the summer comes to a close, so starts the season of indoor allergies. An estimated 50 million Americans suffer from indoor allergies caused by dust, dander, mold, and mites. At home, it’s easier to control for these factors with regular weekend chores. However in the office, it takes a greater amount of time… Read more »

Preventing Sickness in the Office

As business owners or managers, one of the biggest concerns we have is the issue of office attendance during cold and flu season due to sickness. The health of employees is a huge concern. Unfortunately for us, cold and flu season hits right when most employees are running short on sick days. For some of… Read more »

Keeping Clean Carpets

When thinking about potential hazards in our office buildings, we might consider things like parking lot safety or easy access to proper safety equipment. While these are certainly valid places to focus attention, our direction is also worth directing towards the often neglected issue of proper carpet cleaning. Here’s why: If you think for a… Read more »

Dangerous Dust: Why Regular Green Cleaning is Necessary

Environmently Friendly Cleaning

About ten years ago, a study was performed on dust particles from around the United States. Samples were collected from inside vacuums across America: California, Maine, Michigan, New York, Oregon, and Washington. Each sample was tested in a lab for the presence of six chemical classes—phthalates, pesticides, alkylphenols, brominated flame retardants, organotins and perfluorinated compounds,… Read more »

Waxing 101 | What you need to know about waxing floors

Floor waxing is an undervalued part of building maintenance. Our floors are naturally prone to dings, scratches, dirt, and debris buildup. As time goes on, floors (especially hardwood and linoleum) are exposed to a myriad of damaging effects. The process of waxing enables these surfaces to be restored and also helps in protecting them from… Read more »