Action Blog

Apr 4, 2019

Spring Cleaning Your Facility

Posted by Hadley Poss
Whether you are a commercial cleaning company, a hired cleaning attendant, or in charge of overseeing cleaning in your facility – it’s time to start coming up with a spring-cleaning plan. Yes, that’s right -- Spring is here! The days are getting longer, we are shaking the chilly winter blues, and productivity is rising. This makes...

Topics: Facility Cleaning, Commercial Cleaning

Feb 21, 2019

What Companies are in Need of Cleaning Contracts?

Posted by Hadley Poss
Obviously, if you’re in the industry you believe that every business needs a cleaning service! The reality is that some companies need one more than others and those companies are who you should be connecting with. Yes, we would love for you to clean every business in the entire city, but the best use of your time is to focus on the...

Topics: General Cleaning, Facility Cleaning, School Cleaning, Healthcare Cleaning

Jan 24, 2019

How to Win That Lucrative School Contract

Posted by Hadley Poss
There are a few things that need to be investigated before going after a cleaning contract at an education facility…

Topics: Contract Cleaning, Facility Cleaning, School Cleaning

Jan 10, 2019

How to Land an Office Building Cleaning Contract

Posted by Hadley Poss
You want to secure more office building cleaning contracts, but where do you even begin? 

Topics: Contract Cleaning, General Cleaning, Facility Cleaning

Oct 25, 2018

8 Priceless Insights from IoT in Restrooms

Posted by Edward Lymn
 Without gathering and studying data, we are unable to progress. Whether that’s through observation of the world around us, or academic study. Often the best way to improve is to study the history of what has come before and learn lessons from it.

Topics: Restroom Odor Control, Facility Cleaning

Oct 18, 2018

Bringing Facility Cleaning into the 21st Century

Raise your hand if you are responsible for maintenance and facility cleaning. Are there hallways, restrooms, common areas, offices, and classrooms included in the area that is cleaned? You may be responsible for the cleanliness of flooring, walls, furniture, glass, and mirrors, as well as many other surfaces. I bet you have endless...

Topics: Facility Cleaning