Hiring A Professional Cleaning Company

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Hiring A Professional Cleaning Company

After we bought a foreclosure, I knew that we were going to need a little help with the place. The entire upstairs was covered in garbage, and the bathrooms looked like they had never been cleaned. It was discouraging, and I was worried about the place being unsafe for my children. I realized that I couldn't tackle the job on my own, so I started looking into hiring a professional cleaning service. I found a great cleaning company that could come out and begin work right away. They were amazing to work with, and they worked fast. This blog is all about why you should hire a professional cleaning service.

5 Tips For Reducing Disease Transmission In Clinical Settings

9 August 2016
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Whether you are in the process of creating a medical clinic or reorganizing an existing clinic, reducing disease transmission is an important component of any healthcare setting. Although clinics are not designed to be sterile, there are ways you can minimize communicable diseases in high-traffic areas. Improve The Layout Many pediatric clinics have different areas for sick and well patients. This configuration is rarely seen in adult healthcare settings but can be important for reducing communicable disease transmission. Read More …

4 Tips To Make Cleaning Your Bathroom A Breeze

5 July 2016
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Cleaning your bathroom can easily be one of the most time and labor consuming parts of cleaning your home. Here are four tips that will turn cleaning your bathroom into a breeze. #1 Combat Soap Scum With Dryer Sheets One of the hardest things to get rid of in your bathroom is soap scum. Soap scum seems to stick to the tile and surfaces in your shower and seems to be resistant to most bathroom cleaners. Read More …

Purchasing A Previously Pet-Occupied Home? What Are Your Cleaning Options?

6 June 2016
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If you're severely allergic to cats, dogs, or other common household pets, you may find the house-hunting process to be physically draining in more ways than one. Spending your evenings or weekends touring homes where cats or dogs reside with their human owners can leave you a sneezing, congested mess. Unfortunately, with a solid third of the U.S. population owning at least one cat and up to 47 percent of households owning a dog, finding a pet-free home for your new purchase can be a tall order. Read More …

Steps To Take In The Event Of A Plumbing Disaster

27 May 2016
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If you've just experienced a flood of water or sewage pouring into your home, your first reaction is how to stop it from continuing. Locating your main water shut off valve should help stop the incoming flow of water and prevent further water damage. This is generally near your water pump if you have well water or near your water meter inside of your home. Turning the knob clockwise should stop the water from coming in any further. Read More …

Stain In Your Office? Why It’s Never A Good Idea To Bring Your Carpet Shampooer To Work

20 April 2016
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Do you manage a department in an office building? Has a soda spilled or an ink cartridge leaked onto the floor there, and are you thinking of renting a carpet shampooer or bringing in your at-home shampooer to clean it up? Read on to learn why this could be a very bad idea that costs your company a lot of money. Understanding Raised Floors There are a lot of cords and cables that need to be hooked up to the computers in your office building. Read More …