Five Questions For Window Washers

Posted on: 29 May 2018

You may be very diligent about cleaning your offices regularly, but windows are often ignored. Windows do need attention from time to time throughout the year, especially if they become stained from bird activity or debris from the environment. If you determine that your windows need cleaning from a professional window washer, ask these questions. What Kind of Chemicals Do You Use? Chemicals used can affect the windows themselves, as well as coatings, frames, and other materials on the building.
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Recently Switched Office Buildings? 3 Reasons To Begin Routine Cleaning

Posted on: 5 April 2018

As the manager of an office, it's your responsibility to make sure that all of your employees are able to work confidently in the space that you provide them with. If you've recently made the decision to switch office buildings, it's a good idea to look into what kinds of changes you should made so that the new office is an improvement. One of the best things you can set up after switching to the new office is routine cleaning.
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Three Tips For Preparing For Carpet Cleaning

Posted on: 12 September 2017

Getting your carpets cleaned is an excellent way to extend their lifespan and minimize the negative effects of built-up dirt and grime. However, the process can be time consuming. Here are a few things you can to do prepare your home for a professional carpet cleaning that will help you save time and minimize any damage to your belongings. Clear the Area The first thing you should do is clear out the area as much as possible.
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Preparing to Evacuate Your Home After Foreclosure Has Begun: What You Need to Do

Posted on: 15 December 2016

When the foreclosure process has begun on your home, there is a lot to do before you are expected to leave. Amongst the stress and possible depression you may feel at losing your home, you will have to figure out what your next steps are. Depending on where you live, you may have thirty days or an entire year to evacuate and remove your belongings. Here is a step-by-step guide on what to do next.
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