Commercial Cleaning Corporation Presents Antimicrobial Armor

Commercial Cleaning Corporation is proud to announce our newest service, Antimicrobial Armor, in partnership with PRO-Techs, an industry leader in antimicrobial technology. 

Antimicrobial Armor contains a green, patented, and EPA-registered antimicrobial protection guard technology that works 24/7 to create a barrier shield preventing the growth of germs and microorganisms on both porous and non-porous surfaces. This advanced technology is 99.9% effective with a durability of up to 90 days.

In this blog post, we will provide you with an overview of what Antimicrobial Armor is, all it has to offer, and how it can benefit your facility today! Read more “Commercial Cleaning Corporation Presents Antimicrobial Armor”

How to Stay Healthy and Safe in Open Offices

The open office concept has been growing in popularity over the last few years due to the many benefits it can bring to the workplace. The removal of barriers between colleagues makes for better communication, stronger collaboration, and easier supervision from management. Not to mention, the open office concept is more cost-effective compared to the traditional cubicle.

However, it is possible for this free and open environment to have a negative impact on your employees. Open office concepts can come with a lack of privacy, constant noise, distractions, less concentration, and more exposure to germs.

Continue reading our blog post to uncover the reasons why open offices need a specialized approach to keep everyone in your office happy and healthy. Read more “How to Stay Healthy and Safe in Open Offices”

CCC Managers Now BSCAI-Certified as Registered Building Service Managers

Commercial Cleaning Corporation is proud to announce that two of our area managers have earned BSCAI certifications as Registered Building Service Managers! As stated by the BSCAI, this is a symbol of excellence for building service contracting personnel, and a symbol of accomplishment throughout the industry. Read more “CCC Managers Now BSCAI-Certified as Registered Building Service Managers”

Why Indoor Air Quality Is Important

According to the Environmental Protection Agency, or the EPA, the average American spends 93% of their life indoors, which breaks down to 87% indoors and 6% in automobiles. With this in mind, the air quality of our indoor environments plays a huge role in our health and wellbeing.

Some individuals may be more susceptible to the negative health effects associated with poor indoor air quality so it is important to provide them with a safe indoor environment. Short-term exposure can lead to minor irritations whereas long-term exposure can result in more severe diseases.

In this blog post, we’ll talk about the impact of indoor air quality, why it’s important, and ways to improve it within your facility.  Read more “Why Indoor Air Quality Is Important”

A New Way of Cleaning Post-Pandemic

Many aspects of day-to-day life have changed since the start of the pandemic, from how we commute to work, attend classes, go grocery shopping, and most importantly, the new way that we clean. There has now been a greater emphasis on cleaning and hygiene as everyone tries their best to remain healthy.

An article from Forbes even stated that the pandemic has turned many of us into germaphobes.1 As the pandemic swept the nation last year, consumers drove up demand for disinfecting wipes and sanitizers and it was only until recently that supply finally caught up.

These days, cleaning and disinfecting go hand-in-hand with health and safety. In this blog post, we will discuss the future of cleaning post-pandemic. Read more “A New Way of Cleaning Post-Pandemic”

How to Find Tenants for Your Property

Property maintenance is known as the general upkeep of your building which includes cleaning, repairs, and landscaping. It plays a huge role in not only keeping your current tenants happy but also in attracting new tenants to rent from your property.

To help landlords find new tenants, we’ve compiled a list of different maintenance methods that can get their vacancies filled and start increasing profits.

Read more “How to Find Tenants for Your Property”

10 Mistakes to Avoid When Stripping and Waxing Floors

Stripping and waxing commercial floors is a service performed to help maintain their shine and cleanliness, but it is quite a tedious process. It is a learned skill and starting this process without prior experience will likely lead to mistakes—and possibly even permanent floor damage.

When considering this service, it is best to leave it to the professionals as they know how to best avoid the ten mistakes we’ve listed below. Read more “10 Mistakes to Avoid When Stripping and Waxing Floors”

Spring Cleaning Benefits and Tips for the Office

Warm weather is just around the corner and that can only mean one thing—spring cleaning. No more dreary weather, muddy footprints, and soaked carpets. Spring is almost here and that means we get to welcome a fresh start.

Now is the perfect time to stow away your winter-related items, declutter unnecessary items, reorganize, and refresh the office. We encourage you to make the most of the upcoming season by reading the rest of our blog post which contains the benefits of office spring cleaning and tips on where to begin. Read more “Spring Cleaning Benefits and Tips for the Office”

How to Cut Costs Without Cutting Quality

As a business owner, it can be difficult to monitor and keep track of all the various expenses needed for operations, some of which may not even be necessary. Taking a detailed look at your business’s finances will help you determine areas you can cut back on in order to reduce waste, increase productivity, and ultimately improve profitability.

Below, we have compiled a list of five categories that you can implement into your cost savings strategy today. While we don’t recommend implementing them all at once, they can be helpful in guiding you through what expenses you do have the capacity to cut back on. After all, the goal is to cut costs without compromising quality. Read more “How to Cut Costs Without Cutting Quality”

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