When it comes to upholding your building’s presentation, there are many factors to consider. You’ve got to worry about tables, floors, lighting, trash, recycling, replenishment— and that’s just the interior aspect of your building. You’ve also got windows, sidewalks, parking lots, and landscaping as part of your building’s exterior maintenance. While these tasks can seem plentiful and overwhelming, there is help available at your disposal. Your building’s entryway is the first thing a client sees before they walk inside, and if you prefer to retain rather than deter them, then daily upkeep is needed.
Although the long-awaited vaccine is well on its way, the surge of new COVID-19 cases continues to rise as we head deeper into the winter months. The vaccine is set to be given out in phases where frontline healthcare and essential workers will be the first to receive it, followed by adults 65 and over or with underlying medical conditions, and eventually the rest of the general population.
As we all wait for the vaccine’s timely distribution, we must continue to follow safety protocols and keep our spaces properly cleaned in order to help reduce the spread of the virus. One way to ensure your facility is clean and safe is to utilize the power of electrostatic disinfecting technology done by certified technicians who work for a company that has been an industry expert for years, like we are.
The coronavirus pandemic has been top of mind for the past few months and it shows no signs of ending any time soon. At the time of this writing, the US is in the midst of another surge of positive COVID-19 cases in what officials are calling the third wave. This wave is expected to last several more months and until a vaccine is on the market and ready for use.
For the last several weeks straight, the US has reported more than 100,000 daily infections with more than three quarters hospitalized nationwide. At least 11 of those days topped a 1,000 daily death toll – numbers that have not been seen since the start of the pandemic.
However, it does no good to panic or be overly anxious. There are precautionary measures you can take to help protect the people who occupy your facility as well as measures for immediate implementation if someone tests positive for an infectious disease like COVID-19.
Recycling has many benefits and not just for the planet. Recycling can help keep communities clean, organizations in compliance with their state’s laws, and lighten the overall environmental footprint to stem the effects of climate change.
While recycling laws vary by state, there are fundamental recycling protocols that can be applied nationwide. As the degradation of our planet increases at a rapid pace, recycling is needed now more than ever. Businesses, schools, and other organizations can help do their part by recycling to lighten their environmental footprint.
Keeping your office clean on a regular basis or between professional cleanings doesn’t have to be overwhelming. There are various areas in an office that need attention when cleaning and disinfecting, but how do you know which areas need just cleaning and which areas need a deeper disinfection?
We’ve created a comprehensive checklist that breaks down various areas of an office that should be cleaned and disinfected, as well as what needs to be cleaned regularly and periodically over the course of a year. You can download our checklist here: Office Cleaning Checklist and print it out for easy use.
While the COVID-19 pandemic is still prevalent, we need to keep in mind that there is an additional threat around the corner: influenza. The overlap of the COVID-19 pandemic and flu season has many people concerned about the future.
In this blog post, we’ll go over the differences between the flu and COVID-19, how to keep yourself healthy during flu season, how to keep your home and workspace clean and disinfected, and what to do if you do get sick.
Banks are starting to reopen to the public, which means that they need to be thoroughly cleaned and disinfected before and after that happens. This pandemic has caused many businesses to rethink their cleaning strategy to include more frequent cleanings.
Even if your facility employs a commercial cleaning company, there are still times throughout the day that high-touch surfaces and areas need to be disinfected. This is where your staff can help. To take the guesswork out of cleaning your bank, we’ve created a handy checklist that you can download.
Are you looking to hire a commercial cleaning company for your facility? Great idea! Hiring a commercial cleaner can help take the stress and overwhelm off your staff and give you the confidence and peace of mind knowing your facility is cleaned properly.
However, there are a few questions you should consider asking before hiring a cleaning company. In this blog post we will explain what questions you may want to, why you would want to ask them, and the answers to look for.
COVID-19 has affected everyone’s lives, including children’s, who have missed out on opportunities to learn, socialize and have fun. As states continue to reopen and begin planning for students to return to their classrooms, it’s vital to be mindful of how the Coronavirus has changed their learning environments and prepare accordingly. And as businesses, restaurants and shops begin to reopen too, it may feel like life is normal again, but we still need to continue to follow state and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) health and safety guidelines.
Medical facilities can be busy places with staff taking care of several tasks throughout the day. Keeping your medical facility clean and disinfected on a regular basis is a must, and now more so than ever because of the ongoing pandemic. However, with all the responsibilities your staff has, cleaning can seem overwhelming.