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For facilities managers, it’s always important to control the cost of cleaning services, whether in-house or outsourced, and save labor costs. Tennant offers tips that can result in savings.
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.
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.
Preventative maintenance may seem like a disruption in daily routines, but it can help prolong equipment life – allowing facilities to maximize the return on their equipment investment.
Protect your investment in carpeting and provide a welcoming environment to guests. We tell you how to use DIRT to do it – the D.I.R.T. plan for carpet maintenance.
As businesses continue to search for ways to reduce costs and improve their sustainability practices, saving water is becoming an area of focus.
Your scrubbers’ brushes are on the floor every day keeping your facility up to your standard of clean. Make sure you’re maintaining your cylindrical brushes to manage brush wear and get the most out of them with these 9 tips!
How does a busy retail store manager balance operational efficiency and customer expectations when it comes to cleaning? This white paper focuses on three key decisions that facility managers need to consider.
Ensure your polished concrete floors remain in great shape for years to come by following our best practices for maintenance.
It’s easy to dismiss planned maintenance as another expense being pushed on a buyer. Consider the benefits of preventative care when making a decision to buy new equipment. The plans can save you money in the long run.
The signs are up, the locals are talking, and a hashtag or two may have even cropped up on social media: there's a big event coming, and you are - for better or worse - right in the proverbial line of fire for an influx of visitors. While a crowd descending on a city is great news for business sales, it also demands unique solutions to ensure you are ready and that "business as usual" can resume after the event is over. Here are a few things you'll want to consider to prepare before, during, and after a major event in your locale:
Price versus total cost. How do you get the best value for your investment when sourcing new equipment?
First impressions can make or break a customer’s experience in your store. Learn how to make a great one with our Guide to Shine blog series.
The air we breathe indoors can be as toxic as the air we breathe outside. Use these tips to proactively maintain the indoor air quality of your facility.
Analyze which small space floor cleaning tools are right for you with several easy steps.
Are grimy floors costing you business? Make sure you know the facts to ensure you’re not pushing away customers with a sub-par floor care program.