Of all the areas of your office, restroom cleaning is arguably the most important. Clean restrooms help prevent the spread of germs and ensure the comfort of your staff and customers. If you choose to clean your facility’s restrooms in-house, it may be helpful to understand how professional jaRead More..
Are you doing enough to control germs in your office? If you stop for a moment and listen, you’ll likely hear employees sneezing, coughing and sniffling, especially this time of year. Every sneeze and cough sends germs cascading through the air, putting everyone at risk for getting sick. AmeriRead More..
Dusting is one of those chores your mother always made you do, and now you have an aversion to it—if you’re like most people. Dusting the office has many merits, and it’s crucial to the ongoing health and image of your facility. Why You Need to Dust the Office Dust comes into the offRead More..
As a part of an overarching workplace safety agenda, the U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) requires the availability of Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS) whenever potentially toxic or harmful substances are used in the workplace. MSDS sheets must be available to employeeRead More..
Modern day office cleaning and janitorial services evolved from a young man’s entrepreneurial endeavors, offering cleaning services to local businesses after school and at night. The industry evolved around this model because it made sense. Recently however, this paradigm has shifted. Let’sRead More..
Efficiency experts cite a lack of office space organization as the leading cause of lost productivity in the United States. A disorganized office may cause a business to lose valuable hours searching for files and missing correspondence. Disorganization also diverts employees’ attention away fRead More..
Whether in the home or the office, window coverings are one of those items that we tend to overlook when it’s time for cleaning. Consequently, they can become a significant cleaning problem if let go long enough, not only looking bad but spreading dust and germs throughout the office each timeRead More..
The average office kitchen inspires more controversy and conflict among employees than almost any other work-related topic. It’s a long-standing tradition that someone makes a big mess in the office kitchen – at least once a week – and scurries away without cleaning it up. Forgotten luncheRead More..
The furniture in your business works as many hours each week as you and your employees do. And while you get a daily cleaning, your office upholstery probably does not. Dirty upholstery in the office can shorten the life of your furniture, not to mention present a poor image for your customers.Read More..
Cleaning supplies are cleaning supplies, right? Wrong! When it comes to cleaning your business, there’s a big difference between commercial or professional cleaning supplies and those approved for use in the home. It may seem like Grand Central Station at your house sometimes, butRead More..