Cleaning Tips & Strategies For Businesses & Homes

Upper Valley Cleaning Services: Residential vs Commercial

Jul 9, 2018 2:26:00 PM / by Robert Kebalka posted in Professional Cleaning, Commercial Carpet Cleaning

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If you need help cleaning and maintaining the buildings in your facility in the Upper Valley, make sure that you are shopping around for the right services. A residential cleaning company won't be the right fit for your commercial needs. You may be surprised to learn that there are many meaningful differences between residential and commercial cleaning services. Learn more about the differences and what to look for in a reputable cleaning company.

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The Best Tips For Killing Bed Bugs In Your House

Jun 29, 2018 3:03:00 PM / by Robert Kebalka posted in Professional Cleaning

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Two of the most popular methods for getting rid of bed bugs is with chemicals and heat. These two methods can be very effective in killing bed bugs. The first thing to do before you go through an eradication protocol of killing bed bugs is to identify that you have bed bugs. Here’s a quick guide.

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The Battle for a Clean Restroom: Professional Bathroom Cleaning Tips

Jun 23, 2017 1:33:00 PM / by Robert Kebalka posted in Commercial Janitorial Services, Professional Cleaning

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In a business environment, it’s not cool to talk about sensitive topics – like dirty bathrooms. Right? Not really. Because if you carefully listen to the buzz around the workplace, the one topic that offends most, is a dirty restroom. No one likes filth. On the contrary, having clean restrooms in the workplace can affect both health and employee morale – a win in both cases. And sorry, this is not a battle between the sexes! Both men’s and women’s restrooms need the same caliber of cleaning. Professional cleaning and good bathroom conduct should be talked about. So let’s talk about some professional bathroom cleaning tips you can use:

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13 Commercial Cleaning Cart Factors to Consider Before you Buy

Oct 7, 2015 4:55:24 PM / by Robert Kebalka posted in Professional Cleaning

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Commercial Cleaning carts come in many shapes and sizes and are made from many different types of materials. Some are plastic, cloth or metal. It is like buying a car. You do not just purchase the car; you have to access many factors in why you need the car and what the car is going to be used for. Some of the carts today have locking drawers, pullout tables and many more options to fit the needs of the environment and the user.

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5 Signs Your Corporate Cleaning Hanover NH is Not Doing a Good Job!

Oct 5, 2015 3:58:02 PM / by Robert Kebalka posted in Professional Cleaning

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When you first hire a corporate cleaner, you set the goals together with that company and expect them to fulfill all of those goals on a regular basis. Over time, you may begin to question the quality of the cleaning service. You may even get to the point that you feel frustrated by the quality that they promised you based on the mutual goals that you set together. What can you do about it at this point? The last thing that you want to do is ignore the issues. Here are five signs that you can look for to tell you if you need to make a change to a new cleaning company in the Hanover, NH region.

 

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Upper Valley Cleaning Services: DYI Cleaning vs Hiring a Professional

Oct 1, 2015 5:17:09 PM / by Robert Kebalka posted in Professional Cleaning

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When business people as well as residential dwellers think of hiring out their cleaning tasks, usually they have two main choices: Do it all yourself, or hire a professional.
I should mention that there’s somewhat of a third avenue: Hiring a non-professional who’s a subcontractor. It’s not hard to enter the cleaning business. Many think all they need are some supplies from the local hardware store, a few clients, and you’re good to go. But the process of choosing whom to hire or what to do can present some variables you may not have thought about yet. Let’s explore them:

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