Understanding the 2 Main Categories of Commercial Carpet Cleaning

Posted on: 23 October 2018

As a homeowner, it is important to deep clean your carpets once in a while. An array of contaminants, ranging from dust mites to bacteria, do eventually accumulate deep in the carpet fibres. Leaving these contaminants for lengthy periods of time could lead to a range of respiratory problems in your household. However, not many homeowners fully understand the different carpet cleaning techniques that are available. There are two main methods of commercial carpet cleaning.
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3 Factors to Consider When Scheduling Your University Window Cleaning Services

Posted on: 6 October 2016

Like all commercial spaces, keeping your university clean is a major undertaking, and you'll probably prefer to contract the services to one or more cleaning services to allow you to focus on your main line of business. Having your windows cleaned can help to maintain a pleasing internal and external environment for students, faculty and other employees in the university for higher productivity and fewer disease outbreaks. The following are the most important factors to consider when scheduling window cleaning services for the best overall effect.
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Grout and Tile? Four Tips for New Owners of Bed and Breakfast Facilities

Posted on: 5 October 2016

If you have just bought a home to turn into a bed and breakfast, you are going to have to deal with lots of little details during the process. Tile and grout work are definitely something to consider, as the kitchen and bathrooms in your bed and breakfast are both places your customers will spend time. Wondering what you need to know about choosing, maintaining or cleaning tile and grout work?
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Working With Your Rubbish Bin Provider for Safe and Easy Trash Removal

Posted on: 3 October 2016

When you rent a rubbish bin for your business, an apartment complex you manage, or any other location, you want to ensure you know what's involved in the rental and how you can make trash management easier for you and the rental agency. A bin that is overflowing or that is difficult for employees or residents to access won't help to keep your property safe and attractive, so note a few questions to ask when you're ready to select a rubbish bin provider.
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