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Project Spotlight – Dealing With Wax Buildup A.K.A. Floor Finish on Terrazzo

Applying floor finish is one way to improve the appearance of your terrazzo floors. Floor finishes are attractive when newly applied. However, they tend to deteriorate fairly quickly. When that happens, the old finish needs to be removed so a new one can be applied. Removing deteriorated finishes from stone and terrazzo is not easy …

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Why Your Floorcare Budget Needs a MAP

Fall has officially arrived, and that means cooler weather MLB playoffs Football BBQs AND budgeting seasoning.  Property managers, facility managers and business owners are constantly challenged to do more with less.  This coming year will be no different as we continue to deal with the consequences of COVID-19. There are the obvious costs of extra …

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Ice melt clean up

As a building owner, facility director, or property manager, you have to keep your building’s sidewalks and parking lots ice-free, and to do so, you need plenty of ice melt. Watch this video to learn how to properly restore ice melt in four steps.

Has Your Floor Care Provider Kept Its Promises?

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 companies that cleaned their carpets and floors. According to them, this is what usually happens… You’re unhappy with the condition …

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2 Most Common Floor Care Methods: Preventative vs Reactive (part 1 of 2)

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 interior, and while your building does not need fancy furniture or pricey pictures, it doesneed floors that appear to be expertly …

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