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Avoiding Common Carpet Cleaning Mistakes

DOC’s was asked to comment and contribute to this article about the importance of vacuuming before carpet cleaning What are some of the mistakes contributing to these negative impacts? One of the most critical carpet problems is a lack of proper vacuuming, says Yeadon. This oversight can prove especially detrimental when it comes to dry…

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Planning to Clean a Medical Office

When cleaning environments like a dentist’s office or small doctor’s office, there are things a building service contractor (BSC) should keep in mind. Because these medical facilities deals with peoples’ health and well-being, you should not consider them “spray-and-wipe” environments. Your first focus regarding service should be to limit cross-contamination. The next focus should be…

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Six Steps to Prepare Your Facility for Winter

While the dog days of summer are behind us and fall is right around the corner, the still-warm weather can often lull facility managers into a false sense of security when it comes to preparing for winter. However, waiting to devise a winter maintenance plan until the first signs of snow and ice is a…

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The Night Crew Shines at Northbrook, IL High School

June 8, 2016 The Night Crew Shines at Northbrook, IL High School You know, there are some things can only be completed while the building is practically empty! That’s the reason you have a night crew! Northbrook High School’s Night Crew performed admirably while training, studying and testing. We had a great time working with…

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Bright Spots of Northbrook, IL High School

June 8, 2016 Bright Spots of Northbrook, IL High School We had a great time working with and training the custodial team at Northbrook Ill, High School. The entire crew became involved as the Director and Assistant Director joined their janitorial day staff. Everyone worked hard and had fun earning their certifications for Basic &…

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The Signs Of An Exhausted Staff

As if it were yesterday, Joel Craddock remembers a work accident that happened 25 years ago. A co-worker was operating a ride-on sweeper on a loading dock and drove it right off the edge. “When they did the full investigation on that particular incident, they realized that he was beyond tired,” recalls Craddock, CEO of…

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Craddock: 13 things to jump start a startup

In today’s economy many newly created jobs are entry level positions, wonderful except that it has led to many seasoned professionals being laid off at an alarming rate. They’re often left without the monetary funds and basic benefits needed to support their families.   I went through this two years ago after leaving a career…

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