Maintaining a clean and neat office is critical for ensuring the health and comfort of your employees. If your commercial space has layers of dust, dried spills and scattered trash, the employees will feel undervalued, and their productivity will decline. Therefore, it is important to establish a good plan for cleaning your office. You can engage an in-house janitor or hire professional commercial cleaning for regular maintenance. In addition, you should establish some upkeep practices and policies to ensure that the office remains sanitary and tidy in between the thorough cleaning sessions. [Read More]
How to Motivate Your Office Staff to Clean Their Dishes Without Causing a Riot
Nobody likes doing the dishes, especially when the sink is already piled high with someone else's dirty plates and cups. Coming face to face with a precariously balanced stack of dirty crockery is bad enough at home, but when it is in your office and no one wants to take responsibility, things can get depressing to say the least. You want your staff to be happy and to have somewhere to relax at lunch time, but if they can't clean up after themselves it can be tempting to take away the convenience of having their own kitchen. [Read More]
How Asbestos Affects Your Dog
Asbestos is a highly dangerous compound made up of multiple types of particles. It used to be common in home and building structures because it is strong, durable, and fire-resistant. Unfortunately, it has also been known to cause mesothelioma, a type of lung cancer. While it is more commonly associated with humans, this type of cancer can also affect dogs. Here are some things to know about asbestos exposure to dogs and the consequences of that exposure. [Read More]
What Types Of Situations Call For A Garbage Chute And What Minimum Requirements Must You Have?
Most of us have garbage removal services that take away the waste from our homes or businesses. However, there are times when you either have an excess amount of waste or you have to remove it from a difficult situation or area. For cost and time savings, a garbage chute hire may be a smart alternative to manually removing it yourself. What is a garbage chute hire? It is a waste system that allows you to drop waste from above into a chute to be collected to a container below. [Read More]