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3 Things You Can Do to Plan Ahead for Ice and Snow

Winter can be a challenging time of year for floors in Southern Ontario. Melting snow, corrosive de-icers, and scratchy grit can all take their toll—wearing away at your flooring’s lustre. To combat these effects, you need to prepare yourself and your building for the colder months ahead. Here are three actions you can take to […]



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5 Things You Need to Do When Evaluating Professional Cleaning Companies

You want your business space to make a good first impression with anyone who passes by or comes in, whether they’re a member of your staff or a VIP guest. When it comes to finding a professional cleaning company to keep your building looking welcoming and inviting, it’s not just about finding a cleaner. It’s […]



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4 Must-Read Tips for Polished Concrete Floor Maintenance

Polished concrete flooring has become more popular in recent years, surpassing traditional hard floor alternatives like vinyl composite tiles (VCT) in commercial buildings. Polished concrete flooring is durable, aesthetically pleasing, eco-conscious, and simpler to maintain. But easy maintenance doesn’t mean no maintenance. It’s important to care for your polished concrete flooring properly to ensure it […]



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5 Tips for Keeping Your Hard Floors Clean This Spring

Winter can be tough on floors. Although hard floors are designed to be durable, they can be prone to seasonal damage as they’re often used in high-traffic areas. Routine maintenance – including a springtime spruce up – will keep hard floors healthy, reviving their appearance and minimizing the effects of seasonal wear and tear. Whatever […]



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5 Things Facility Managers Need to Consider for Proper Hard Floor Maintenance

Proper ongoing maintenance is essential for hard floors if you want to increase their longevity, improve their appearance, and minimize damage. To keep your building’s hard floors looking their best, you need to create a maintenance plan that is tailored to your specific flooring type and your building. Here are the 5 things you should […]



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Your Hard Floors Will Shine with Regular Burnishing and Buffing

Even with a hard floor cleaning program that involves sweeping, mopping, and stripping (when needed), sometimes your floors won’t get that glossy shine unless you include burnishing and buffing in the mix. Facility managers know that floor care can be the most expensive part of their cleaning budget – but that it’s worth it! Attractive, […]



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Do You Know These 4 Tips for Having Your Building’s Hard Floors Stripped?

When someone enters your facility, one of the first things they will notice is the cleanliness of the floors – or, more specifically, the uncleanliness of them if they aren’t well cared for. Proper hard floor maintenance will ensure people have a good first impression of your building. Floor stripping is an essential component of […]



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Proper Hard Floor Cleaning and Maintenance – Part Three

In the previous post we discussed hard floor cleaning and maintenance tips for Porcelain and Ceramic tiles. In this post, we provide information about Vinyl Composition Tile as well as tips and advice on how this surface should be cared for.



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Proper Hard Floor Cleaning and Maintenance – Part Two

In our previous post we discussed proper hard floor cleaning and maintenance tips for Marmoleum flooring. In this post, we provide information about Ceramic and Porcelain tile as well as tips and advice on how these surfaces should be cared for.



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Proper Hard Floor Cleaning and Maintenance – Part One

Proper hard floor cleaning and on-going maintenance of hard floor surfaces can enhance their appearance and prolong their life. In this post, we provide information about Marmoleum flooring as well as tips and advice on how this hard floor surface should be cared for.



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