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A Closer Look at Green Floor Care

There are numerous ways contract cleaners can make their floor-care programs greener, especially when it comes to stripping and refinishing. And while this is certainly a pressing issue for BSCs to look into right now, with more and more facilities in both the private and public sectors transferring from carpeting to hard-surface floors, green floor cleaning will become even more important in the years to come.

BSCs and Energy Conservation

When competing for new clients, it's not enough for BSCs to just tout how thoroughly they can clean a client’s facility.

Know Your Fabric - Effectively Cleaning Upholstered Furniture

With more contract cleaners now cleaning carpets for their clients, it should come as no surprise that they are also asked to clean upholstery and partitions as well.

Simple Strategies for Solving Common Floor Care Problems

A building service contractor and his cleaning crew in California had just stripped the main walkway of a pier along San Francisco Bay.

BSCS on the Frontline in Floor Safety

As long as humans walk around on two legs, there will always be the potential for slip, trip, and fall accidents.

Helpful Tips for Cleaning Ceramic Tile Floors

Cleaning ceramic tile floors—and keeping them clean—can often seem like quite a tedious task.

Starting the New Year Off Right Assessing your business for 2015

Several years ago, a cleaning contractor in Northern California took some time off in December to evaluate his business. The business had grown during the course of the year, but he became concerned about the types of accounts that he seemed to be adding to his client roster. The bulk of the new clients were small accounts, usually serviced once or twice per week at most. Only two new clients—both fairly large facilities—were being serviced five nights per week.

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