You’re probably familiar with the increased cleaning demands of winter, and you might be wondering how you’re going to keep up this year.
When maintaining your VCT (vinyl composition tile) flooring, it’s important to know how to keep it looking its best for enhanced facility appearance, lower maintenance costs, and extended floor life.
The cleanliness of your facility is a priority, especially given the value placed on cleaning and disinfecting during the COVID-19 pandemic. But, keeping your facility clean can be expensive, especially during labor and product shortages.
Over the last several years, autonomous cleaning equipment has continually risen in popularity as businesses seek ways to increase cleaning efficiencies and boost staff productivity. Labor shortages, tight budgets, and the ongoing battle against COVID-19 and other viruses, like cold & flu, have only further spiked interest in autonomous cleaning equipment as a way to do more during a cleaning shift. Autonomous cleaning equipment is designed to work remotely and independently, reducing cleaning staff involvement.
Autoscrubbers are valuable in speeding up the process of cleaning the floors in your building. Unfortunately, while using a floor scrubber, you may have noticed a bad odor coming from the machine. When this happens, it may be difficult to know exactly what’s causing it or how to fix it.
As an establishment that purchases compostable food packaging, you may have noticed that some of your items are labeled as commercially compostable.
Labor accounts for a large amount of any business's costs. In fact, it’s the greatest cost for most businesses. With that being said, finding ways to improve your janitorial team’s efficiency is likely a priority. However, identifying ways to streamline cleaning tasks without sacrificing your facility’s cleanliness, health, and safety may seem like a daunting task, especially now. You’re likely faced with labor shortages, greater cleaning expectations, tighter budgets, and tougher standards. All of which further emphasize the need for efficient cleaning practices.
No matter the type of facility you have, the indoor air quality (IAQ) of your building is important. Your building’s IAQ is essential to the health and safety of your staff and guests. Poor indoor air quality can have adverse effects on the health of your building’s occupants.
As thorough cleaning and disinfecting remain key to protecting the people in your building, your facility will need to find ways to efficiently increase the productivity of your janitorial team without sacrificing a clean and safe environment.