A common misconception of business owners is that they need to hire in-house to get quality cleaning services that meet their expectations. While that may be true for some things, it’s not always the case. In a time when almost anything can be outsourced, it’s time for even the most traditional companies to adapt to this fast-paced generation.
When you first walk into a business what are some of the things you notice? Does it smell nice? Is it clean? Are there friendly faces ready to assist you? Walking into a business is the start of a customer’s first impression of the business and having it looking clean, polished, and odor free is important to how professional and respectable your business will be perceived. That’s why cleaning of your main entrance, elevators, and other public areas should be essential.
You’ve made the decision to hire a commercial cleaning service, or maybe your current service provider just isn’t taking care of things the way you’d like them to. Whatever the reason, you probably already know that it is important to have the right service provider for the job. Today we’re going to discuss some of the biggest mistakes people make when choosing a service provider to handle their commercial cleaning and how you can avoid making them.
Tile and grout add a classy finish to your building’s interior spaces, but they also attract a lot of dirt and grime over time which can ruin their appearance. When your tile and grout start to fade, it’s time to give it a deep clean. While mopping and washing them routinely helps with daily maintenance, even with proper routine cleanings, the finish on your tile and grout can lose its shine and quality. To keep your floors looking great, you need the help of professionals. At Fresh Foam we understand that it’s nearly impossible for the average business have the equipment and training to keep your floors looking flawless. That’s why we have developed a seven-step process to clean your tile and grout to restore them and keep them looking flawless.
Commercial cleaning services may seem like a big investment for your business, but they really area a necessary expense. Not only are these services important for the image of your company, but they also help keep your employees and visitors healthy. Learn more about why these services should be a necessary expense in your budget.
You may have heard the term “encapping” when researching carpet cleaning for your facilities, but do you know what it means? It is a relatively new method of cleaning carpet and is much different than traditional wand or steam cleaning that offers a variety of benefits. Compared to other methods of carpet cleaning, encapsulation cleaning typically leads to far superior results. It is a method of cleaning carpet with minimal water and chemicals that offers deep, restorative cleaning.
A trash chute, also known as a garbage chute, is a tube typically made of galvanized steel that allows trash to fall from higher areas of a building to lower levels. Chutes must be one length from top to bottom and must be installed and maintained by the National Fire Protection Agency. Now that you know the basics of trash chutes, lets discuss some of the frequently asked questions when it comes to these building workhorses.
Household carpet sees a lot – from last night’s spaghetti and wine to muddy footprints. And when the weather gets really bad, water damage can be added to the list. The pad underneath the carpet and the fibers of the carpet itself can absorb a lot of water which can lead to mold and mildew. Often times, restoring carpet after water damage is a job for professionals.
As the Delta variant of COVID-19 spreads across the U.S. and the world, those of us at Fresh Foam want to help you keep your business as safe and healthy as possible. While none of us know how long the strain will impact our lives, we do know that there are ways that you can keep your employees, customers, and business safe. By understanding the variant and taking precautions to prevent the spread and impact of the virus, we can help protect each other.