Property Cleaning Tips & Strategies


Inviting and Safe: Clean Parking Garages

A parking garage won’t be the main attraction at any property, whether it’s a business or residential complex, but it should still be inviting and highly functional. Keeping a parking garage clean is often at the bottom of the priorities list, but it serves a very basic function for your residents or visitors and oftentimes…

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Four Ways Property Managers Can Reduce Costs | Clean Advantage

Four Ways Clean Advantage Can Help Property Managers Reduce Costs

Inflation is rearing its ugly head. The U.S. consumer price inflation rate is 8.5% for the 12 months ended July 2022—the first time it’s been that high since 1982. When you throw in nationwide labor and supply shortages to the mix, property managers have some tough decisions to make when it comes to cost savings.

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Sick vs. Disinfection: Special Cleaning Practices to Prevent Illness in Cold and Flu Season

Sick vs. Disinfection: Special Cleaning Practices to Prevent Illness in Cold and Flu Season

Disinfecting a property goes beyond wiping up surfaces and general cleaning. Especially in cold and flu season, everyone is more aware and concerned about germs and infections. Getting sick is an inconvenience anyone would avoid if they could. By disinfecting, you can create a safe environment for your staff, occupants and visitors. According to the…

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Legacy Cleaners Transition Blog

Transitioning Legacy Cleaning Staff & Training the Next Gen

In recent years, turnover rates for janitorial staff have increased and in some places the average is reaching nearly 200% turnover. There are 2 contributing factors to this trend: legacy staff retiring and new staff lacking experience. Legacy staff are often beloved by the people they serve, but now they are preparing to enjoy more…

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“Dry” Cleaning Your Property in the Fall

Soupy. Clammy. Swampy. Muggy. They’re all ways to describe the humid conditions that summer always brings. And as a property manager, humidity is one of those things you have to work to control so that it doesn’t cause conditions that damage building materials or interfere with occupant comfort. But did you also know that humidity…

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Day Porter and Night Cleaning: Hybrid Cleaning Services for Businesses

Building a successful team is easier when everyone knows their role and responsibilities and how they fit into the team as a whole. The cleaning crew you choose for your business is no different. While most companies build teams with general cleaners, a new approach is gaining a lot of traction by compartmentalizing cleaning, organization…

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Do’s & Don’ts for Clean Carpets in the Summer

When it comes to keeping carpets clean in the summer, there are a few best practices property managers can keep in mind. Here are some tips: Do Vacuum Carpets Regularly in the Summer Vacuuming is essential to remove dirt, dust, and debris from your carpets. During the summer, you may find that your carpets accumulate…

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Dive into the “Deep Clean” This Summer

With vacation season fast approaching, that means less foot traffic in your commercial facility and the perfect time to deep clean all those high-touch, high-use areas including elevators, carpets, flooring, and parking garages. To make the deep clean as streamlined as possible, here are a few things you can do ahead of time to help…

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Deep Spring Cleans with Deep Savings at Clean Advantage

Michael Belliveau, Sales Manager, Clean Advantage As Spring rolls in this year and your property becomes busier, whether you are a residence or a business, cleaning always comes up as a seasonal concern. Even if you have regular cleaning services throughout the year, this is the time for deep cleans and spot projects. Some services…

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Start The New Year Right With These Post-Holiday Clean Up Tips

Everyone starts the new year with a resolution – maybe you want to lose weight or get organized – and you can add another item to your list: making sure your property is clean, sanitary, and ready for visitors.

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