If a facility only relied only on routine maintenance, it wouldn’t take long until health violations, lackluster carpets, and dull hard floors began to display themselves.
Creating a healthy and attractive landscape during the summer can be a challenging task for many facility managers.
Significant wear-and-tear can make cleaning an outdated floor difficult—and in some cases, near impossible.
Preventing winter slip-and-fall accidents has never been more important for in-house custodial professionals and building service contractors.
Computerized maintenance management systems (CMMS) can help departments manage a broad array of responsibilities, and some can be adapted for use in multiple buildings.
When a maintenance contractor signs with a company, the contract typically includes language naming the contractor as the party responsible for maintaining safe, hazard-free premises.
Outsourcing the facilities support function is becoming a trend because it is cost effective for building owners.
Daily restroom upkeep