6 Results for tag: floor cleaning

The Importance of Deep Cleaning Ceramic Tile

The importance of deep cleaning your office ceramic tile If you have ceramic tiles in your offices, then it’s a very good idea to clean them often. The reason is simple; office ceramic tiles can get dirty quickly. And if you don’t clean them properly, this can result in a wide range of allergies and other similar problems. ... More

Why should you apply new floor wax?

Why should you apply a floor wax finish? If you want your vinyl flooring to last for a very long time, you need to take proper care of it. But doing that does require a lot of time and effort. However, there are some methods you can use to make the experience a lot better and more efficient. How can floor wax help? The ... More

What to Expect From a Professional Floor Cleaning Service Company

  What to Expect From a Professional Floor Cleaning Service Company You are not getting the janitorial service free of charges for floor cleaning services, so you deserve to get top value for your money. The janitorial service provider employed for your company should give you your money worth in terms of value ... More

Best Practices of a Professional Janitorial Company

Best Practices of a Professional Janitorial Company The best practices in the janitorial service industry refer to the best ways of doing things to meet with customers’ expectation and achieve the right results towards proper management of the property being managed by the janitors providing office cleaning services.  ... More

Spring Cleaning

Yes, there is still lots of snow on the ground. It's been a hard winter with 500 CM of snow and counting! With the time change recently and longer days, I don't know about you but I feel like I need to start planning for a new season... Spring! This snow will go away sooner than later, it always does. A great way to kick ... More

Word of Mouth?

What does “Word of Mouth” mean anyways? How about this for a definition... "http://bit.ly/1zK3xqH In marketing, word-of-mouth communication (WOM) involves the passing of information between a non-commercial communicator (i.e. someone who is not rewarded) and a receiver concerning a brand, a product, or a service.[2] ... More