Have you noticed a recurring bad smell in your facility’s restrooms? Smelly restrooms signal to the people in your building that the area is not properly maintained and they need to be cautious while using and interacting with the objects and surfaces in your restroom. If the restrooms in your facility have a foul odor, people are more likely to believe that your entire business is dirty, despite having a clean appearance.
Choosing the right commercial floor finish for your facility is essential to achieving your desired facility appearance.
Winter can be harsh on your facility’s hard floors so it’s important to take a different approach in the winter to account for increased soils and winter weather. The processes that would typically work during the summer or other seasons may not work now to keep your floors protected. As winter approaches, you may be wondering what changes you might need to make to your hard floor maintenance routine to protect and extend the life of your floors.
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.
Modern commercial skincare dispensing systems can enhance your facility’s hand hygiene program in several ways including reduced germ spread, limited risk of cross-contamination, and improved sustainability. As you search for a new skincare system, you’ve likely realized there are many new, innovative soap and sanitizer dispensing options on the market today, and narrowing down the options might seem difficult.
Due to changes in health and hygiene, restroom management has become a top priority for facilities across the U.S. People are spending more time than ever in the restroom due to increased hand hygiene requirements and health guidelines. As a result, the rate at which supplies are used is different and can be challenging to predict. Increased usage, paired with the demand for enhanced cleaning and disinfecting and higher occupant expectations and standards, has driven the accelerated adoption of the internet of things (IoT) and connected devices in commercial restrooms.