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If you’re not sure how to start project planning, think about conducting a cleaning audit to review your facilities and prioritize opportunities.
In the consistent drive to control costs and improve yield, manufacturers need to examine their facilities’ efficiency and look for ways to improve. Understanding the causes is just a start to improving efficiency.
What’s up-and-coming in the flooring and cleaning industry? Read more to find out if these four cleaning trends resonate with your business!
If you’re planning floor restoration for your resilient floor, you need to know your floor type—different material types like vinyl, asbestos, linoleum, or rubber require different care. Our short video talks about what you need to know to maintain and restore your floors.
As winter approach, your retail stores will become busier with holiday shoppers. While this increased traffic can be good for business, it is important to prepare. Check out this series of posts with tips to keep your retail stores clean and running smoothly.
For many, the holidays season is a joyful time with family and friends. It also is a time of increased retail activity. Is your warehouse and distribution center ready? Check out these five tips to help your facility handle the busy holiday season.
The flooring in a retail store helps to set the ambiance as well as set the tone for the customer's shopping experience. Here's how to keep it looking like new.
Cooler temperatures, shorter days, and pumpkin spice EVERYTHING. The signs are all around us. Summer is coming to an end and autumn is fast approaching. Check out this post for tips on how to keep your outdoor spaces clean in the approaching season.
A critical part of any floor restoration project is selecting the right process. In two short videos, AICS President Dave Frank discusses floor types and how to treat them.
Nobody wants their equipment to be down, but it’s a part of life when you run a floor cleaning program. When you do need service, make sure to follow these 3 tips for maximizing your equipment’s performance and fix time.
For cleaning schools, best practices need to help students learn by focusing on important areas like improving indoor air quality. Download our best practices guide for a discussion of ways facilities can help students learn.
Your equipment is durable, but it’s also in constant use. How do you care for aging equipment to get consistent performance and a long useful life? Pay attention to areas that can lead to service issues.