Tag: commercial cleaning solutions

Pressure washing a dirty wall outside

Increasing foot traffic at your business requires a multi-faceted approach. In addition to ramping up your marketing game and improving your goods and services, you must think of ways to make your building more welcoming. Your most loyal customers might not think twice about doing business with you even if your building exterior is fading – those who are unfamiliar with your storefront, however, will initially judge your worth based on its outward appearance. If you wish to win these folks ove...

Power washing a brick wall

In most regions across the Southeastern United States, pollen levels reach their peak in April and May. If you live in this region, chances are you’ve already noticed. Even if you’re not particularly allergic to the plant-produced powder, you’ll often see it cover cars and buildings with its yellow-green haze. While the pollen-filled air is essential for plant reproduction, it’s not so kind to our lungs, eyes, or skin. As the school year winds down, the presence of pollen can greatly dim...

Cleaning supplies covered with plants

Earth Day comes once a year on April 22nd, and it’s been this way since 1970. Fifty-two years later, hundreds of countries and over one billion individuals participate in this environmentally-conscious holiday established by the U.S. environmental movement. Rampant pollution in the 20th century served as the catalyst for this movement and Earth Day’s inception. Though many strides have been made in the 21st century to reduce air pollution, move away from fossil fuels, and curb our use of har...

Hallways of an educational facility dorm

We’re rapidly approaching the end of another school year – a year that’s seen the return of in-person instruction, social gatherings, and dorm life for many. As on-campus students start to pack their things for the summer, your school’s maintenance staff must prepare to deeply clean these rooms so they’re in great shape for new residents in just a few months. Three months might seem like plenty of time for adequate dorm flipping, but with so many rooms and buildings to cover, the task ...

Students throwing up their graduation caps

For many higher ed students, the 2021/2022 school year marked the first “normal” year since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic. Whereas the past two graduation seasons were either canceled or severely restricted, this spring’s graduation ceremonies will likely be a return to form for many educational institutions. This recovery is great news for students, teachers, and families all over, but it’s also a wake-up call for those staff members in charge of planning the event, overseeing ...

Door with pollen on the windows

Every season comes with a catch or two. Summer’s warmth can quickly become oppressive; winter’s gentle beauty is also frigid and slick; autumn’s splendor is met with shorter days and cooler temperatures. As for spring, the season of renewal is only made possible by the sticky substance known as pollen, which is necessary for plant reproduction. When spring is in full force, pollen is virtually everywhere and can be seen when amassed in large quantities on the surfaces on which they land, i...

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