Author: mj@5150design.net

01 Oct 2021
Distribution Center Cleaning Services

Distribution Center Cleaning For A Safer Workplace

A distribution center can be a dangerous place to work. A dirty and disorganized distribution center can be a deadly place to work. In fact, the US Bureau of Labor Statistics reported an average of 16 fatalities every year in the U.S. warehousing and storage sector and a reported injury and illness rate of 5 out of every 100 warehouse and storage workers. One of the easiest ways to improve worker safety in your distribution center is through professional distribution center cleaning.

How Commercial Distribution Center Cleaning Improves Worker Safety

A Clean Distribution Center Helps Reduce Slips and Falls

Professional distribution center cleaning removes clutter and obstacles that can result in tripping and falling accidents. Slips, trips, and falls are some of the most common distribution center accidents. In fact, the HSE reported that in 2018/19, slips, trips, or falls accounted for the greatest amount of non-fatal injuries.

Slips, trips, and falls can often occur in a warehouse or distribution center environment because of the fast-moving nature of this type of work. Hazards such as discarded boxes, box ties, cables, or spilled substances can all cause injury. Failure to remove, identify or make safe a hazard is not only dangerous but also breaches health and safety protocols.

Distribution Center Cleaning Improves Indoor Air Quality

Indoor air quality can be two to five times worse than outdoor air quality and can pose a serious health threat to exposed workers, especially those suffering from asthma and other respiratory illness. Even for workers not affected by respiratory illness, poor indoor air quality can still result in health problems. Poor indoor air quality has been associated with headaches, fatigue, reduced concentration, and irritation of the eyes, nose, and throat.

Regular professional cleaning can help reduce the amount of dust and allergens within your distribution center, providing cleaner, safer air for workers. This, in turn, can reduce absenteeism and workplace injuries due to a lack of focus. This results in greater worker satisfaction and increased productivity.

A Clean and Sanitary Distribution Center Reduces the Spread Of Illness

Even in a world free of a lingering pandemic, regular distribution center cleaning and sanitizing have proven to be the key to reducing the spread of germs. Professional distribution center cleaning crews understand the importance of cleaning and sanitizing your workplace. They are well versed in cleaning and sanitation protocols, how to mitigate cross-contamination, and the importance of disinfecting high-touch surfaces.

Professional cleaning and sanitation of your distribution center can help to mitigate the spread of disease in your facility. This helps reduce absenteeism and promotes a much healthier work environment for your staff.

Need Help Maintaining A Clean And Safe Distribution Center?

Complete Care Maintenance’s distribution center cleaning services are the perfect fit for distribution centers, manufacturing plants, industrial facilities, and large retail operations. Our warehouse cleaning teams use state-of-the-art equipment and techniques designed for cleaning large spaces. We work within all OSHA guidelines and always provide highly qualified and supervised crews. Call or contact us today for a free onsite evaluation and no-obligation quote.

 

 

 

 

20 Sep 2021
property management cleaning

Property Management Cleaning Is The Key To Successful Rentals

Whether you are managing residential or commercial rentals, as a property manager, one of your most important responsibilities is to ensure that your rentals are clean and inviting. A clean property is not only important for attracting prospective tenants but also to ensure the satisfaction of existing tenants. Presenting your rental property in its best light involves more than just clean and inviting rental units. Clubhouses, gyms, rental offices, and even your parking lot all contribute to the appeal of your property. Hiring a professional property management cleaning company will help ensure that every aspect of your rental property is ready to impress.

FOUR WAYS PROPERTY MANAGEMENT CLEANING CAN IMPROVE YOUR RENTAL BUSINESS

Consistently High Standards Of Cleaning

A quality commercial property management cleaning service will provide consistent, high-quality cleaning services.  When it comes to rental properties, consistency is key. Tenants get accustomed to a minimum standard of cleanliness and they come to expect it. Any deviation from that standard can cause problems. A professional property management cleaning service will help your rental achieve and maintain a consistent level of cleanliness. They will have clear standards for defining cleanliness and established protocols for achieving that standard every time.

Faster Turn Around and Higher Rental Rates

Not only do professional property management cleaners maintain high standards of cleanliness, but they also provide faster turnaround. Professional cleaners have processes and systems in place that allow them to achieve an exceptional level of cleanliness in record time. This means that your rental units are show-ready faster which equates to faster turnover rates and higher occupancy. In fact, studies show that cleaning and staging of rental properties

In addition to a faster turnaround, well-maintained properties tend to garner higher rental rates. Tenants appreciate a clean, well-maintained property and they are willing to pay for it.

Professional Property Management Cleaning Saves Money

While it may sound counter-intuitive, professional property management cleaning saves money in the long run. Regular professional cleaning protects carpets, floors, and other surfaces in your rentals and reduces wear and tear. This reduces repair and replacement costs and extends the life of your rentals.

Additionally, well-maintained properties tend to retain tenants for longer periods of time, which means less money spent on marketing and tenant acquisition.

Finally, professional property management cleaning service providers utilize their own cleaning equipment and chemicals; one less expense for property managers.

Outsourcing Your Cleaning Saves Time

Utilizing a commercial property management cleaning service relieves property managers of the onerous and time-consuming task of cleaning. This allows property managers and owners additional time to focus on other aspects of their business. Managers who focus on improving their business systems become better at it and their business grows as a result. They establish a good reputation among their peers and outside their industry. That status draws opportunities to them in the form of higher quality tenants and more affluent clients.

Choosing The Right Property Management Cleaning Service

Not all property management cleaning services are created equal and choosing the right service is key to a successful relationship. When selecting a vendor follow these guidelines to ensure you are getting the most bang for your buck:

  • Look for a company that has experience with property management cleaning.
  • Ensure that the company you choose is both bonded and insured.
  • Ask what type of cleaning products and equipment they use.
  • Check their online reviews and ask for references.
  • Ensure that they provide the range of services that your property requires.
  • Ask for an onsite evaluation to ensure they can meet your needs.

If you are looking for property management cleaning services in New Jersey or Pennsylvania, call on Complete Care Maintenance. We have extensive experience with property management cleaning and can accommodate properties of any size.

 

 

 

10 Sep 2021
commercial warehouse cleaning

Commercial Warehouse Cleaning Equals Increased Productivity

The cleanliness of your warehouse plays a vital role in how in the productivity of your warehouse. A dirty warehouse can cause operational downtime, create hazards for workers and visitors, and negatively impact employee morale. Hiring a commercial warehouse cleaning company can eliminate these problems and help you and your staff achieve greater productivity. Let’s look at five ways that commercial warehouse cleaning can improve productivity.

A CLEAN WAREHOUSE PREVENTS ACCIDENTS AND INJURIES

If there is one thing that can seriously impact productivity in your warehouse, it is an accident or injury. Not only do these types of events result in injury to staff, they typically lead to operational downtime, higher insurance premiums, and lower employee morale. Cluttered and messy warehouses can lead to slipping on wet floors, tripping over objects in walkways, injuries from objects falling from above, and more. According to OSHA, slips, trips, and falls constitute the majority of general industry accidents causing 25% of reported claims each year. A commercial warehouse cleaning service helps ensure that your floors are uncluttered and free from obstructions. This improves ergonomics and visibility mitigating the risks of workplace injuries.

COMMERCIAL WAREHOUSE CLEANING REDUCES MAINTENANCE COSTS

In order for warehouses and distribution centers to run efficiently, companies rely on a variety of equipment and machinery. Forklifts, pallet lifts, scissor lifts, and conveyors are just some types of machinery commonly found in warehouse environments. Keeping these tools operating efficiently and maintaining them to avoid costly repairs is a smart business practice. One of the main contributors to lost efficiency and increased repairs is dust. Dust and dirt can build can wreak havoc on moving parts causing premature wear and overheating. Commercial warehouse cleaning services can significantly reduce the amount of dust in your facility and promote greater efficiency and longevity of your machinery.

CLEAN WAREHOUSES PROMOTE BETTER INVENTORY MANAGEMENT

A clean and organized warehouse leads to more efficient inventory management. Having an organized warehouse enables a company to have better control of its warehouses processes, such as checking the shelf-life of products, managing stocks for write-off, and monitoring inventory levels to prevent overstocking or stock-outs. Organization helps improve the efficiency of picking and monitoring inventory levels, reducing staffing requirements, or allowing for reallocation of staff to other duties.

COMMERCIAL WAREHOUSE CLEANING IMPROVES EMPLOYEE PRODUCTIVITY

When management dedicates time and resources to maintaining a clean and safe warehouse, employees take notice. Studies show that employees are more likely to help maintain a facility’s cleanliness when management makes safety and cleanliness a priority. A clean workplace instills a sense of pride and ownership. Cleanliness and organization allow staff to do their jobs more efficiently. Things are easier to find, easier to get to, and equipment is less prone to failure.

A CLEAN AND ORGANIZED WAREHOUSE SHOWS PROFESSIONALISM

Modern warehouses have evolved to include more direct interaction with clients and stakeholders. Presenting your organization in a professional manner is essential to earning trust and respect from these individuals. A cluttered and disorganized warehouse gives the impression that the company does not care about the safety of its employees or products. Warehouse cleanliness is a reflection of your company and its values.

NEED HELP WITH YOUR COMMERCIAL WAREHOUSE CLEANING?

Complete Care Maintenance offers superior commercial warehouse cleaning services throughout New Jersey and Pennsylvania. Call on us today to learn how we can help make your warehouse or distribution center cleaner and more productive.

 

31 Aug 2021
cutting costs

Cutting Costs To Improve Customer Experience

Cutting costs to improve customer experience sounds like an oxymoron. The reality for some businesses is that many of the expenses they incur through day-to-day operations can be slashed or even eliminated. The real trick to cutting costs is determining which expenses can be cut without negatively impacting the customers’ experience. Just as important is knowing which costs are essential to an excellent customer experience.

Cutting Costs – Areas To Address

Believe it or not, there are expenses incurred in everyday operations that you need not incur. And while finding them can be tricky, Complete Care Maintenance is here to help. We have put together a list of five areas of your business where you should look to start cutting costs.

Energy Usage

Energy costs represent a major expense for any business. Luckily, energy costs are also one of the easiest to reduce. While we understand that you need to keep the lights on, there are some fairly simple changes that you can make that will help reduce your energy costs and your environmental footprint.

  • Turn off the lights. Encourage your staff and customers to flip off the light switch when leaving an empty office, restroom, or breakroom. You’ll be surprised how much this simple measure can reduce your energy costs.
  • Shut down computers and other office equipment at night. Making a habit of shutting down office machines before leaving the office for the night can have a significant effect on your energy expenditures and can reduce wear and tear on your office machinery.
  • Switch to energy-efficient L.E.D. lightbulbs. L.E.D. lightbulbs are far more efficient than traditional bulbs. While they may cost more upfront, they last longer than traditional lightbulbs and represent one of the easiest ways of cutting costs.

Going Paperless

For many businesses, the idea of going ‘paperless’ is a little beyond their grasp. After all, there are some situations where paper is a necessary commodity but there are still ways that you can reduce your use of paper. Modern software is available that can manage payroll, customer relations, and other traditionally documented tasks. In addition to cutting costs, switching to computer-based processes can save time and improve productivity – not to mention reducing your environmental impact.

Purchasing Supplies

If you find yourself running to the Office Depot every time your ink pen goes dry, you can probably do a better job of purchasing supplies. Consider buying office supplies, cleaning supplies, and restroom and breakroom supplies in bulk. Bulk purchasing reduces the cost per unit and eliminates the time expended making trips to the store. Of course, buying in bulk also requires storage space and available cash flow, but it can be a valuable cost-cutting tool.

Areas To Avoid When Cutting Costs

When putting in place your cost-cutting strategy it is important to recognize that some areas of operation are just too important to your bottom line. In fact, as opposed to cutting costs in these areas, you may want to consider investing more in their optimization. Some areas to avoid when cutting costs are listed below.

Staffing and Training

Customer service is an essential ingredient for any successful business and cutting costs in staffing and employee training is a bad idea. In fact, it may make more sense to invest some of your cost-cutting savings in improved training programs for your staff. A well-trained and motivated staff can improve efficiency, customer relations, and your bottom line.

Cleaning and Sanitizing

At a time when the world is in year two of an ongoing pandemic protecting the health of your staff and customers is paramount. Today’s customers are hyper-vigilant about the cleanliness of businesses that they patronize. In fact, a whopping 92% of consumers surveyed said that the cleanliness of a business is a major factor in their decision to return. No business can afford to lose customers due to a lack of cleaning and sanitizing. Rather than cutting costs in this area, we believe you should invest in commercial cleaning services that will help protect you, your staff, and your clientele.

 

 

 

20 Aug 2021
indoor air quality

Indoor Air Quality – A Guide Toward Improving

Indoor air quality plays a vital role in our health and quality of life. According to the Environmental Protection Agency, Americans spend on average 90% of their lives indoors where concentrations of some pollutants are 2-5 times higher than they in the great outdoors. People who are most susceptible to the adverse effects of poor air quality (the elderly, the very young, and those with respiratory disease) tend to spend more time indoors than others. With these facts in mind, it is easy to see why indoor air quality matters.

Impacts of Poor Air Quality

Poor indoor air quality is the source of many health problems, from irritation of the eyes, nose, and throat to headaches, dizziness, and fatigue. It is known to cause asthma attacks (especially in children) and is associated with adult-onset asthma, respiratory disease, cardiovascular disease, and cancer.

In workplaces and schools, these impacts often result in poor concentration, reduced productivity, increases in absenteeism, and added healthcare costs.

Improving Indoor Air Quality With Proper Cleaning

There are many pollutants that cause foul air in indoor environments from dust and pet dander to insecticides, paints, and even cleaning supplies. Many of the pollutants found indoors originate outside and are inadvertently brought into a building on the shoes and clothing of occupants. One of the most important steps you can take to improve indoor air quality is to use proper cleaning techniques.

Cleaning Guide

  • Using entryway mats (both indoors and out) to help trap dirt, dust, and other pollutants that are hitching a ride on peoples’ shoes is a great start. Of course, in order for the mats to remain effective, they need to be cleaned regularly.
  • Use cleaning chemicals properly. Many cleaning chemicals contain pollutants (including volatile organic compounds) which are released into the air when sprayed. You can reduce the impact these chemicals have on indoor air quality by adjusting spray bottles to stream rather than mist and by spraying on a cleaning cloth rather than directly on the surface to be cleaned.
  • Keep restrooms, kitchens, and breakrooms clean. These areas are often home to food particles, spills, organic pollutants, and standing water, all of which can produce molds and mildews that adversely affect indoor air quality. Food particles and spills when left unattended can introduce pests to your indoor environment which can lead to increased use of pesticides.
  • Using microfiber cloths and mops can also help to improve indoor air quality. Traditional mops and cleaning cloths have a tendency to spread dirt around, leaving it to become airborne once it dries. Microfiber traps the dirt and removes it. Be sure that your cleaning equipment is properly cleaned after each use.
  • Vacuum regularly with a HEPA filter equipped vacuum. Textiles like carpets and upholstery trap dirt, dust, and bacteria. In fact, your carpet can hold up to 200,000 bacteria per square inch! Frequent vacuuming of rugs, carpets, and upholsteries removes much of this debris and HEPA filtering insures that it is not re-released into the air.
  • Use ‘green’ cleaning products and techniques. Green cleaning products are less toxic than traditional cleaning chemicals and most are free of volatile chemical compounds. Switching to green cleaning chemicals and green cleaning procedures can have a profound impact on indoor air quality. In a study performed by the EPA at a Washington DC elementary school switching to green cleaning chemicals and procedures, reduced airborne dust inside the building by 52%, volatile organic chemical (VOC) concentrations decreased by 49%, bacteria decreased by 40%, and fungi colony-forming units decreased by 61%.

Need Help With Your Indoor Air Quality?

Need help developing a cleaning program to improve indoor air quality in your home or workplace? Complete Care Maintenance can help you to develop an effective policy for controlling indoor air pollution, which can help improve the overall health of employees and family members, improve productivity, and reduce healthcare costs.

 

10 Aug 2021
cleaning products

Common Cleaning Products You Should Never Mix

Let’s start with a simple rule of thumb: Never mix cleaning products!

Whether you are cleaning in a commercial environment or tidying up around the house, cleaning thoroughly typically involves a variety of cleaning products. No one cleaning product works well for every surface and the typical cleaning product inventory contains enough chemicals to make your head spin – literally.

Even seemingly similar products designed for the same purpose often utilize different chemicals to achieve their objectives. These chemicals when mixed with other chemicals can cause some pretty serious chemical reactions. In most cases, these chemical reactions result in the formation of gases, many of which are detrimental to your health. In other cases, these chemical reactions can result in small explosions, which again, are not good for anybody.

Bleach is a cleaning product found in virtually every household and it is far and away one of the most dangerous products in common use today. If you are considering mixing bleach with anything other than water, think again. Bleach is especially toxic and it makes our list several times when combined with other cleaning products.

Still, bleach is not the only culprit. There are many combinations of cleaning products that can cause you great bodily harm. Read on to learn more.

Common Cleaning Products That Don’t Mix

 

Bleach and Ammonia – You may have heard about this nasty combination. A mixture of bleach and ammonia creates a chemical reaction that results in the formation of chloramine gas which generates acid in the lungs and can be deadly. Even moderate exposure to chloramine gas can cause chest pain and shortness of breath. If you are experiencing these symptoms, we encourage you to seek medical attention immediately.

It is important to note that many cleaning products contain bleach and many other cleaning products contain ammonia. This is why we began this article with the ‘Never mix cleaning products!’ rule of thumb. Glass cleaners, oven cleaners, and even ordinary dish liquids may contain ammonia or other chemicals that react badly with bleach.

Hydrogen Peroxide and Vinegar – This one may surprise you. After all, hydrogen peroxide and vinegar both seem pretty harmless. Right? When used by themselves these two common cleaning products are relatively harmless. However, when the two are mixed, they form peracetic acid. Peracetic acid is corrosive and while it may not kill you, it may damage the surfaces you are applying it to.

Drain Cleaners and Other Drain Cleaners – Mixing two different drain cleaners is an easy mistake to make. First drain cleaner doesn’t clear the drain, go to the store and buy a stronger one. Right? Wrong! Different drain cleaners often use different chemical combinations to achieve their goal of clearing the hairball from your drain. These different chemical combinations can result in the formation of toxic gases and in some cases may cause an explosion. So, if your hairball needs an extra dose, be sure to buy the exact same cleaner you used for the first attack.

Bleach and Drain Cleaners – If you are still struggling with that hairball after two doses of drain cleaner, do not reach for a jug of bleach for your third attack. A mixture of bleach and drain cleaner can produce chlorine gas which can have long-lasting effects and may require medical attention. It might be time to call a plumber instead.

Bleach and Vinegar – Bleach and vinegar is another chemical combination that produces chlorine gas. Symptoms you might experience from inhaling this toxin are burning eyes, a burning sensation in your throat, coughing, and difficulty breathing.

Rubbing Alcohol and Bleach – As you can see, bleach is a partner in many bad chemical reactions when mixing cleaning products. When mixed with rubbing alcohol it produces chloroform and chloroacetone, both of which are toxic. According to chemist Alexander Lu of Dong Research Group, “Chloroform can be used to knock people unconscious, and it is suspected to cause cancer. Chloroacetone is no better, having been used as tear gas in World War I.”

Need Help With Your Residential or Commercial Cleaning?

Complete Care Maintenance offers a variety of commercial and residential cleaning services. Our professional cleaning crews are well versed in the chemicals used in commercial cleaning products and we always follow strict safety protocols. Give us a call to learn how we can help!

 

 

30 Jul 2021
carpet cleaning

Carpet Cleaning – 5 Gross Reasons to Hire a Professional

Even if you vacuum your carpets on a regular basis there are still some pretty nasty things hiding in those carpet fibers. According to microbiologist Dr. Philip Tierno of NYU Langone Medical Center, carpet can contain a shocking 200,000 bacteria per square inch. That’s more than your toilet seat! While regular vacuuming can help, nothing works as well as professional carpet cleaning.

So, What’s Hiding In Your Carpets?

GERMS AND BACTERIA

As was noted above, your carpets can contain more bacteria than the average toilet seat. Most of these bacteria arrive via the footwear that you wear every day. The University of Arizona conducted a study that investigated germs collected on footwear. Participants of the study averaged a staggering 421,000 units of bacteria on the outside of the shoe, and 2,887 on the inside. While most of this bacteria stays on your footwear, a great deal of it ends up in your carpet.

Most of these bacteria are harmless but the study found some pretty nasty stuff in this bacterial soup. E. coli, known to cause intestinal and urinary tract infections, meningitis, and diarrhea; Serratia ficari, which can cause infections in both the respiratory tract and wounds; and Klebsiella pneumoniae, known to cause wound and bloodstream infections as well as pneumonia – just to name a few.

DEAD SKIN CELLS

The average human sheds 1.5 million skin cells each day. Multiply that by the number of people in your home or office and you can quickly see how it piles up. While the thought of dead skin cells piling up in your carpet is creepy enough, the real problem is the dust mites that feed on them. Dust mite waste is a leading cause of indoor allergies, a major problem for allergy sufferers, and a prime suspect in the onset of childhood asthma.

ANIMAL FECES

That’s right. We said animal feces. In the study conducted at the University of Arizona, 96% of participants were found to have fecal bacteria on their shoes. It turns out that even if we are careful to avoid stepping in poop, somehow we still do. What is worse is that the transfer rate of bacteria from shoes to your carpets is a staggering ninety to ninety-nine percent.

BUGS (LOTS OF THEM)

A study published in the journal PeerJ found that a large number of tiny animals — arthropods — are taking up residence in modern human dwellings. In 50 houses in and around Raleigh, N. C., the research team found about a hundred different species of arthropods in each home. Carpeted dwellings were found to harbor more bugs than non-carpeted buildings and in addition to the live critters, there were hundreds of dead ones as well.

MOLD

Mold requires four things in order to thrive: moisture, oxygen, a food source, and a surface to grow on. The carpeting in homes and offices can provide a suitable environment for mold to thrive if conditions are right. Basement carpets, carpets in areas of high humidity, and carpets that have been wet are at especially high risk for mold growth.

Mold produces allergens as well as irritants and potentially toxic substances known as mycotoxins. Exposure to mold can cause allergic reactions, skin irritation, and asthma attacks in those with asthma.

How Professional Carpet Cleaning Can Help

Routine deep cleanings of your carpets can go a long way toward reducing the number of nasties that thrive in your carpets. Professional carpet cleaning utilizes high-pressure injection and extraction equipment that removes most foreign material from your carpets. If you would like to learn more about how professional carpet cleaning services can refresh your home or office, call on the pros at Complete Care Maintenance.

 

20 Jul 2021
commercial cleaning company

Commercial Cleaning And Curb Appeal

Your business’s curb appeal is vital for attracting and retaining customers and utilizing a commercial cleaning service can help take your curb appeal to the next level. Commercial cleaning services are designed to enhance your business’s overall cleanliness and appearance and many commercial cleaners offer services that extend well beyond your facility’s interior. Below are just some of the ways that a commercial cleaning service can improve your curb appeal:

Commercial Cleaning Services That Improve Curb Appeal

Window Cleaning

Windows and entrance doors are two of the most visible aspects of your storefront and they can either positively or negatively impact your curb appeal. Water marks, smudges, dirt, and grime on your windows not only make them harder to see through but also send a very bad message about the cleanliness of your business. A qualified commercial cleaning service can make sure that your windows and entrance doors are always sparkling clean, making a positive first impression and improving your bottom line.

Parking Lot Maintenance

Believe it or not, a poorly maintained parking lot can cause potential customers to drive right past your place of business without ever leaving their car. Ensuring that your parking lot is free of refuse and debris shows potential clients that you care about your business’s appearance and are willing to go to great lengths to ensure they have a positive experience. Many commercial cleaning services provide parking lot cleaning services that will help keep your lot sparkling clean for your customers.

Trash Receptacles

If like many businesses you provide your customers with the convenience of a trash receptacle outside your storefront it is vital that it be well maintained. Overflowing trash containers can make customers feel that your company and its employees are inattentive, apathetic, or just plain lazy. Commercial cleaning services regularly empty and clean these containers so that your business always looks well kept.

Sidewalks and Entryways

The sidewalk that leads to your entryway, and the entryway itself need to be clean and inviting in order to draw people into your establishment. Regular sweeping and pressure washing of these areas is vital to maintaining a squeaky clean appearance. Ask your commercial cleaning service if they provide these services. Most do and it is just one less thing that you have to worry about.

Day Porters

Having your establishment regularly cleaned by a commercial cleaning company definitely helps to keep your business looking its best. Hiring a day porter takes this cleaning regimen to the next level. While your commercial cleaners will ensure that your establishment looks its best at the beginning of every day, a day porter can help ensure that it continues to look its best throughout the day. A day porter will keep your sidewalk and entryway clean and tidy, empty trash receptacles, remove window smudges, and even tend to accidental spills and wet weather messes.

Hiring Commercial Cleaning Services For Your Business

Hiring a commercial cleaning company can have a huge impact on your business’s curb appeal but it can also boost your company image and improve employee health and productivity. If you are looking for more ways that commercial cleaning can help your business, talk to the experts at Complete Care Maintenance and get a free consultation.