Monthly Archives: March 2015

10 Ways to Reduce Waste in your Facility

As a facility manager, one of your jobs is to make your restaurant, office building, mall, church, or school as efficient as possible. This means wasting fewer resources and spending less money. It may seem like an overwhelming task, but as with many things, it’s the sum of many smaller efforts that makes the biggest difference. Below we’ve compiled some … Continue reading

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How to Take Care of Concrete (Part 2)

Last week, we talked about ways that you can maintain the concrete at your facility or home. Using a pressure washer, you can remove accumulated debris that makes your concrete look less attractive. Using a sealer, you can help protect the surface from damaging elements such as UV rays, rain, hail, and snow. Finally, we learned about using products such … Continue reading

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How to Take Care of Concrete (Part 1)

If there’s one surface that we are responsible for maintaining that we believe doesn’t need a lot of maintenance, it’s concrete. This outdoor material is supposed to be maintenance-free, one step away from being natural ground. But over time, concrete is exposed to a lot and needs to be taken care of. After years of weathering the snow, rain, and … Continue reading

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How to Maintain Your Window Coverings

Whether it’s furniture, upholstery, or decorations, the products inside our facilities are often valuable. Sometimes they are downright expensive. That’s why it’s so important that both managers and staff take care of them so that they last as long as possible before being replaced. This is especially true of window coverings. There is confusion regarding how to clean window coverings … Continue reading

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TurtleSkin Safety Gloves at Worldwide Janitor

If you work in an industrial setting of any kind, you know that safety is the number one priority of facility managers and supervisors. Nothing is more important than minimizing occupational hazards and making the work environment as safe as possible. Traditionally, it has always been a challenge to find tools and materials for your workers that not only offer … Continue reading

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