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The Importance Of A Clean Construction Site

January 15, 2018

Construction sites aren’t normally synonymous with cleanliness, in the sense of being dust and dirt free. However, in order to be a safe place to be, a construction site should be well-organized and free of trash and debris. It’s important to keep your employees and visitors safe when on-site. Tools should be located in their proper places, and waste should always be placed in the proper receptacle. Make Safety a Top Priority Machines and tools should be stored properly, as should hazardous materials. Hazards should be minimized and clearly identified on a work site. There should be an area designated for hazards and a place to discard things like stray pieces of lumber which could contain nails. Having a dumpster…

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6 Ways A Clean Workplace Can Impact Company Morale

January 8, 2018

It stands to reason that a clean workplace is one where employees feel good about spending the better part of their working days. No one wants to sit in a dirty office or cubicle. It has been shown, too, that a workplace that is clean increases employee productivity. Here are some reasons why getting your workplace spic and span will make the work days of your employees much more pleasant and much more productive. Better Health Equals Fewer Sick Days A dirty environment is not healthy. Dirty surfaces can breed germs and bacteria, and sick days decrease a company’s productivity. Work spaces should be disinfected daily. Floors should be vacuumed and washed on a regular basis. The janitorial team should…

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4 Tips For Salt Stain Removal From Carpets And Floors

January 1, 2018

There is no getting around some of the potential hazards of winter weather. One of the most used substances to prevent roads from getting too slick and icy, and to prevent people from slipping and falling on icy sidewalks, is salt. It does the trick, but it also sticks to the soles of your boots and is often tracked into the house. The good news is that you don’t have to use harsh chemical to remove salt stains from your carpets and floors. Here are some handy tips you may want to try if you’re finding salt stains on your floors and carpeting are becoming bothersome. Remove any Wetness With salt usually comes water, which can be just as damaging…

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