Industry Certification Takes Cleaning to the Next Level

There are two ways businesses can look at cleaning; as a “pain-in the butt” expense that doesn’t really make a difference to their business. Or, as a investment in their business that illustrates professionalism and success.

As a member of the ISSA, we take pride in working closely with cleaning professionals from all facets of the industry to learn what value we can bring to our clients when it comes to their cleaning programs. Read More

Do-It-Yourself Cleaning in Restaurants Pose Health & Safety Risks

falling-off-ladderWe were recently having a staff meeting at a well established restaurant in Calgary when we saw something we never like to see. With our table in direct view of the kitchen, we saw a staff member precariously perched on a ladder, rag in one hand and spray bottle in the other, trying to clean the kitchen ceilings (to no avail). Lucky for that restaurant manager, I do no work for Occupational Health and Safety as the placement of that ladder and the positioning of that staff member on it would have violated many safety codes! No only was there a risk of falling but who knows what the solution was being used to attempt the cleaning of that ceiling. Read More

Office Cleaning Tips to Avoid Spring Allergy Symptoms

This spring we’re seeing an increase in allergy symptoms due to the dry winter and warm temperatures. You may have noticed this, either with yourself or your co-workers, suffering from sneezing fits and watery eyes.

Here are some tips to ensure your office is being cleaned for health, meaning it’s being professionally cleaned to a level that will help with allergies and sensitivities . . . Read More

Post-Construction Cleaning – Know This Floor Care Question

floor-cleaningWe recently visited a construction site of a large retail building to consult on the post-construction cleaning needs. Most of the project was typical post-construction cleaning but then we started asking questions about the floor. An interesting discussion with the project manager and site superintendent for the building ensued. What soon came to light was the fact that the construction managers simply didn’t know what was required for the care of their client’s shiny new floors. By not being able to answer one important question, this construction company could have failed their client by providing a faulty floor surface. Read More

Avoiding Germs in Schools and Offices

Anyone with kids in school knows. Anyone working in an office knows. When cold and flu season  hits, kids and office workers are at high risk of bringing these illnesses home. Every day, there is a large gathering of people in schools and offices and some of those people will be sick. Fortunately, there are ways to ensure those buildings stay relatively free of germs and building occupants stay healthy. Read More

Educating Customers for Success

We recently started a new contract in an office building with a wide variety of tenants. Already having experience in these type of buildings, we know what’s coming . . . a whole bunch of people with different opinions and thoughts on how their offices should be educleaned. Read More

Your Customer’s Complaints Can Make You Stronger

complaintBeing in the cleaning industry, customer complaints are a common part of the job. In fact, the same can be said of any service based business. Some clients dole out complaints more than others. Some complaints are more reasonable than others. Nevertheless, criticism is something that comes with the territory. We may not like it, but could it help us? Read More

Investment in Cleaning = Increased Business Revenues

investmentLet’s face it. Cleaning is often viewed as a cost of doing business which takes away from profit. What many business owners/managers forget, or simply don’t know, is that cleaning is actually a smart investment towards a stronger bottom line. Read More

How to Avoid the Flu Bug in your Office

It’s in the news. It might even be in your office or house right now. The dreaded flu bug is back with a vengeance in Alberta. With some care, diligence and good cleaning, there are things you can do to guard against illness as the flu season reaches it’s peak.

Public Washroom Tips: Of course, wash your hands thoroughly when using public washrooms. If possible, use paper towels instead of hand dryers as the air movement from dryers causes further spreading of bacteria. Take further advantage of your paper towel using it to turn off the faucet and pull the door open, avoiding post-washing germs along the way. Read More

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