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How to Prevent Dust Mites in Your Office

Dust mites are microscopic, insect-like pests that generate some of the most common indoor allergens that can trigger allergic reactions and asthma in some people. Did you know hundreds of thousands of dust mites can live in the bedding, mattresses, upholstered furniture, carpets or curtains in your home and office?

Dust mites are not parasites; they don’t bite, sting or burrow into our bodies. However, the harmful allergens they create come from their fecal pellets and body fragments.

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How Your Cleaning Service Can Provide You with Better Building Maintenance

The best way to keep your office building in great shape from top to bottom is to address any maintenance issues quickly to prevent bigger problems from occurring.

Many of the biggest building maintenance issues and risks can be identified by asking your cleaning staff a few key questions. By implementing  a proactive maintenance strategy, you will address two very important things: reducing overall maintenance costs and improving safety.

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5 Ways to Keep Your Workspace Tidy and Clean

Often times, regardless of our best efforts, many of us find ourselves dealing with clutter in our workspace. The impact of busy schedules, workload challenges, or simply having too many objects in your space can create messy areas that are distracting and have an impact the quality of work.

The good news is you’re not alone. We have some office cleaning tips that you can implement today to help you create a clutter-free environment. With a little knowledge and effort, you can feel better about your work area and boost your productivity.

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10 Overlooked Places Germs are Hiding in Your Office

Did you know that the typical office worker’s hands come in contact with 10 million bacteria a day? Common areas in the workplace are the most likely area that employees pass on germs.

It is easy to miss cleaning all the surfaces in your office or workspace that hide cold and flu viruses. Now with the added concern of COVID-19, it is especially important not to overlook common touch points that see a lot of traffic throughout the workday.

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Why You Should Wash Your Office Walls Regularly

If you stop and take a moment to really look at your office walls, you may  be surprised at just how dusty, grimy, and scuffed they may be.

Because it doesn’t have to be done often, washing office walls is a common task that is easily overlooked. The walls of your office collect marks, fingerprints, and all manner of dirt, especially if your workplace is a busy one.

Cleaning your office walls may not be something you give a lot of thought to or include in your usual cleaning routine. However, the walls really do need a good wash from time to time to prevent the office space from looking dirty.

This effort will make a huge impact on the look and feel of the office, not to mention the health of your employees.

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The Importance of Warehouse Cleaning

Keeping an office or workspace clean is essential for any business, and warehouses and distribution facilities are no different. These types of workspaces can get especially dirty, dusty, and grimy pretty quickly.

Because facilities like these are large and typically have high ceilings, they are more likely to collect debris and have harder-to-reach areas making it of utmost importance to adhere to a strict cleaning schedule.

By maintaining a regular cleaning schedule, you can prevent the accumulation of dust and debris on machinery, equipment, and products to ensure operational efficiency and prevent unnecessary downtime.

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How to Repair Your Building After Storm Damage

Flood and wind damage from storms are sources of worry for those of us running business in the Northeast. However, having a plan and knowing how to protect your property will give you the upper hand and get you back on your feet when wind, rain, and floods threaten your business.

Water and storm damage in our tristate area is an all-too-common cause of damage many businesses deal with each year. Flood damage can cause major messes and significant cleanup efforts.

With a little preparation and knowledge, there are several steps a business can take when it suffers damage that will make the process easier and less stressful.

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The Importance of Post-Construction Cleanup Pt. 2

In last week’s post we covered the importance of post-construction cleanup and the detailed cleaning tasks that need to be completed before a new, or newly renovated space is truly ready to open its doors.

This week we have broken down those tasks into three phases, the rough clean, the deep clean, and the final clean. Understanding the details of new construction cleanup will help you tackle this job and ensure that your post-renovation cleaning is effective and thorough.

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The Importance of Post-Construction Cleanup Pt. 1

Building renovations and new builds are so exciting, not only for the owners but for the community they will be serving. Recently, many cities throughout New Jersey have been awarded funding to help revitalize their communities, including the city of Trenton.

In April of this year, the New Jersey Department of Community Affairs awarded  $11.4 million in funding to 18 community-based nonprofit organizations across the state through the Neighborhood Revitalization Tax Credit (NRTC) Program. The nonprofit organizations will use the funding to implement revitalization plans that address housing and economic development, as well as complementary activities such as social services, recreation activities, and open space improvements. (1)

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