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School holidays – book in a school deep clean

Author: Matt Whatley   |   Date: 25th April 2019

While most school staff look forward to a well-earned rest during the school holidays there is no better time than when everyone is away and relaxing to organise a professional deep clean of the school premises.

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How to spring clean your factory premises

Author: Matt Whatley   |   Date: 20th March 2019

Factories and other industrial units can present logistical difficulties when it comes to keeping the premises and machinery in clean and hygienic order, however, it is as important to keep a factory clean as any other type of workplace.

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Start the New Year with a deep clean for a hygienic start

Author: Matt Whatley   |   Date: 23rd January 2019

Winter is traditionally the time for many germs and diseases to spread so it’s the perfect time to organise a deep clean of your premises – particularly if you have vulnerable people coming to your building such as the elderly, children or pregnant women.

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The top five winter bugs you really don’t want to catch

Author: Matt Whatley   |   Date: 12th December 2018

With the cold weather come the bugs, making it more important than ever to keep your workplace clean and hygienic. Unfortunately many of the winter bugs are easily spread and can result in staff sickness, causing problems not only for those who are ill, but for those left behind who have to pick up the extra work.

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Preparing for winter – how to adapt your cleaning regime

Author: Matt Whatley   |   Date: 16th November 2018

As we all start to prepare for winter one of the areas which many people neglect is to adapt the cleaning regime within their office building or commercial premises to meet the challenges which this particular season brings.

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How cleaning the outside of your building can improve business

Author: Matt Whatley   |   Date: 29th October 2018

People develop a first impression within the first few seconds, and this applies equally to a new client or prospective customer who is visiting your commercial premises for the first time.

You only get one chance to make a good impression, which is why it’s really important to keep the outside of your building clean and well-maintained. From the minute anyone steps into your car park they are developing an impression of your business.

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Are there nasties lurking in your office bathroom?

Author: Matt Whatley   |   Date: 25th September 2018

With sick days costing businesses millions every year, keeping your working environment clean and free of germs is one of the key ways to help keep staff healthy. But the germs don’t always lurk in the places you might think.

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Summer hygiene hazards – why the warm weather causes problems

Author: Matt Whatley   |   Date: 24th August 2018

Germs and bacteria need warm conditions to spread which is why the increase in temperature in the summer months means we need to be extra vigilant when it comes to hygiene and cleanliness. While many sickness bugs are associated with the winter months, the warmth of the summer creates wonderful breeding grounds for bugs too. Here are few areas to watch out for in the summer:

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Scaling the outside of an office block – it’s all in a day’s work for our cleaners

Author: Matt Whatley   |   Date: 14th July 2018

When you think of cleaning services, most people would conjure up images of staff in aprons and gloves – cleaning bathrooms and kitchens in office blocks – and that is a vital part of the service.

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Nightmare tenants – 7 things to look for after they have gone

Author: Nick Butt   |   Date: 14th June 2018

One of the worst fears of all landlords – both for private and business dwellings – is having to deal with nightmare tenants who won’t pay their rent or refuse to leave the premises. But what can be even worse is discovering what they have left behind them once they do leave. Here are seven key things to look out for once your nightmare tenant has finally vacated your property:

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