In the last article we talked about the benefits of hiring an Upper Valley Carpet Cleaning service. This week we are going to cover five more points about hiring a professional cleaner versus doing it yourself.
Do you remember the carpet cleaning machines that the grocery stores used to rent? Have you ever cleaned your carpets? Did all the stains come out? It truly can be very difficult and painful to clean your carpets, because those machines can’t do as good a job as a professional cleaner. What are the real benefits of hiring an Upper Valley Carpet Cleaning Service over doing it yourself? Here are just some of the top reasons why the Pro’s can do it better.
1 Save Time
First, your time is your money. The time that you save when you hire a professional is invaluable. You don’t have to miss time from work, rent or buy a shampooer, buy chemicals, etc.. Many argue that it is cheaper, but a professional that cleans carpets every day can clean your carpets 3 – 5 times faster than you.
How you equip your restroom in your business can affect your employees and customers. A poor restroom atmosphere can create poor employee morale and turn customers away from your business. When you don’t address the restroom on a regular basis, you will in time attract flies, rodents, and cockroaches. Don’t let the restroom turn away customers and employees. Here are seven commercial restroom cleaning areas that you should focus on to keep your customers happy.
Are you thinking about hiring a house cleaner in the Upper Valley area? Perhaps you have asked your neighbors or co-workers which company is good to hire? Hiring a good cleaning company is a big first step if you have never had someone clean your home for you. If you are afraid of getting bad service or need help with what you should look for, here's a quick guide on how to tell if you are getting your monies worth.
No one wants to be sick at any time in the year. Being considerate of others when you are sick is important. The first step is being aware of people around you not to spread the germs to your coworkers. Some of your coworkers may sympathize with you and cut you some slack, but others are going to be annoyed that you came to work sick says etiquette expert Dianne Gottsman. So how do you keep other safe and still go to work because you need to? Here are some tips to get you through the day.
When you choose an Upper Valley Medical Office Cleaning company to clean your facility, make sure you they provide clear communication with you and your staff. As medical cleaning specialists, they should listen, consult and clearly communicate what your priorities are in cleaning your office space. Priorities should be cleanly outlines and met on a regular basis. At Upper Valley cleaning we work with each customer to make sure priorities are clearly communicated and met every time we clean your facility. Here are three details to consider when hiring an Upper Valley cleaning crew.
Dirty schools may be to blame the next time your child comes home with a stomach ace or fever. Between poor cleaning practices and germ-infested surfaces each day, it's no wonder that schools are a breeding ground for the cold and flu. Upper Valley School Cleaning services that sanitize and disinfect surfaces may be the answer.
We all dread it each year; eventually it happens; one of the family members gets the flu and then everyone is exposed to it. You hope that no-one else gets it, but it eventually everyone gets it. The CDC (Center for Disease Control) calls it Influenza, a respiratory illness that if untreated can kill some people each year. The flu most commonly spreads through direct contact or contact with surfaces where a person has coughed, sneezed or even in the air when you talk to someone that has been infected. It typically takes up to 7 days before you begin to feel the symptoms of the flu. Here are some practical residential cleaning services tips to protect your home from the flu.
Are you an allergy suffer? Indoor allergens such as dust mites, pet dander, mold, dust, and pollen trigger allergy and asthma symptoms in millions of in-home allergy suffers each year. The journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology found that up to six allergens where typically detectable in more than 50% of homes. Allergens carried through the air can be found on your furniture, the floor, and other surfaces around the house. No home can be completely allergen free, but here are some simple steps to help reduce allergens in your home.
Get rid of the dust
One of the best ways to help control in-home allergens is to get rid of as much dust as possible. The reason is that in that dust and dust mites which are the most common trigger of asthma and allergy symptoms. To get rid of dust, don’t use a dry cloth that will just kick up the dust into the air more. Use a damp cloth or dusting brush like Swiffer dusters that attract the dust to the bristles.