The Dirty Truth

Answers to Your Hospital Housekeeping and Janitorial Service Questions.

4 Steps to Dusting the Right Way

In Health, Tips, Office |

Establishing a schedule of dusting and disinfecting your office regularly will help to improve the health and well-being of your employees and customers. After all, nothing creates a negative impression of a company more than accumulated dust on furniture and desks. Dusting keeps the furniture clean, the environment healthier and helps prolong the life of the furniture.

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Does Your Veterinarian Clinic Need a Checkup

In Health, Tips, Office |

Pet parents know that a healthy, clean veterinarian clinic can help prevent disease in their beloved fur babies. After food, the number one expense reported by pet owners is healthcare. Protecting your clients' pets from illness and germs is important to us and the cleanliness of your vet office plays a big part in fighting viruses.

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Keeping Your Office Clean During The Rainy Season

In Tips, Office |

The rainy season is fast approaching and with it, an increase in wet footprints, debris and other mess collecting in your entryways, hallways and carpets. Keeping your office clean during the winter months takes a little extra effort, but will preserve that pristine first impression and can actually save you money in the long run.

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How Often Should You Have Your Commercial Carpet Cleaned?

Every business wants to project a positive image, and cleanliness plays a big role in this area. When your carpet is clean and welcoming, people assume that you run a productive business. Commercial carpets withstand consistent sprinklings of dirt and debris, especially in high-traffic areas.

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Is Your Office Ready for Flu Season?

In Office |

Flu season is fast approaching! Summer is over, meaning that everyone is indoors much more now. It can be challenging to stay healthy this time of year when exposure to the flu is on the rise. Nothing drives us to the other side of the office faster than a coughing and sneezing coworker! While we wish them a speedy recovery, we definitely do not want what they have. The flu and other common yet costly illnesses can cost big money to businesses over time, affecting attendance, productivity and even employee morale.

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