October is the great month for professional cleaning companies and property managers to review cleaning procedures and begin making cleaning and maintenance plans for the coming fall and winter. Building safety is improved for tenants, occupants, staff, and the general public, helping to reduce ownership liability.
To help our customers stay clean and green – this fall, we offer the following tips for making this seasonal transition seamlessly.
Many businesses don’t consider to clean carpets before and during the fall-winter months. This can be a mistake as the carpets can become laden with ground in dirt and impact indoor environmental quality. Be sure to clean your floors and carpets before winter which will help to extend the life of the carpet.
Winter is coming, which means it’s time close your windows up and turn your heaters on. When this happens, all the accumulated dust and dirt from the summer season gets locked inside of your home. When pollen and dust are locked inside & accumulated throughout your home, it can make your seasonal allergies worse. Cleaning your windows this fall can prevent the accumulation of dust that has built up over the summer.
With all that wet weather coming, customers and employees will be tracking in water and mud into entryways. If things have frozen over, they’ll probably bring in corrosive salt on their shoes, too. Place large, absorbent mats at all main entrances and invest in heavy-duty door mats for unit entrances. Not only will your floors and carpets stay clean, but they’ll keep your everyone from slipping and sliding on uncarpeted floors.
Install 15 feet of matting inside each entrance to capture ice melt, salt and sand before it is tracked throughout the facility.
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Heating and air conditioning systems should be inspected twice a year before summer and winter begin.
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Prepare For Snow Now
There’s nothing worse than heading out to the equipment shed after a big storm only to find a loose blade on your snow blower or a faulty wire on the plow for your truck. That’s why it’s so important to audit your equipment now. Take stock of what you have, order what you need and replace older or worn out parts before they break to save money.
If you use a snow removal service, touch base with them now. Make sure your contract hasn’t expired and it’s up-to-date with the latest rates. Plowing services book up quickly, and if they don’t show with the first snow, there’s a good chance you’ll be getting out there yourself with your shovel to help your residents.
With our highly efficient snow removal services, you can rest assured during the snowfall knowing that you won’t have to go out in the cold to clear a path yourself. Just leave it to us and stay cozy inside. Get the best commercial snow removal contract. Keeping your property safe and accessible all winter is our main concern.
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