Ice melt enters your building in two ways: as crystals (solid) and as brine (liquid). If you don’t remove all traces of it, it will damage—or destroy—your carpet or floor. Ice melt harms surfaces in
Most janitorial companies are disorganized. How do I know? Because I’ve cared for commercial floors for more than 20 years, and practically all of our clients—before they were our clients—shared this opinion about the janitorial
If you’re like most people, you made at least one New Year’s resolution this year. You probably either promised to start doing something or you promised to stop doing something. You may have even done this at
Snow often brings ice, and if predictions are correct, we’ll get more snow in 2019 than we’ve gotten in a while. Kansas City gets, on average, between 18 and 19 inches of snow each year.
In my last blog (Is This How You Care for Your Floors?) I discussed and compared costs for the two most commonly-used approaches to floor care: preventive and reactive. I also said I don’t
Your floors are one of the most valuable assets in your building. Your tenants—and the clients who visit their offices—make judgements about your tenants’ professionalism based, in part, on the appearance of your building’s