Developments in floor care technology are not only helping facility managers and building service contractors keep better track of their equipment, but how their cleaning crews are using it and what to do as soon as a problem arises.
Take a look back at what life was like five or even 10 years ago. Odds are it looks completely different than it does now.
Let’s take a look at some current trends and how they will affect those who have to take care of these products.
Cleaning without chemicals is certainly not new to the professional cleaning industry.
Today, the changing needs of facilities, combined with the evolution of technology, require a much bigger—and wiser—investment by both new and established businesses.
There is a revolution going on in hard floor care that will have a major impact on how floors are both cleaned and restored in the future.
For facility teams and commercial cleaning companies, the convergence of cloud computing and mobile devices are facilitating major shifts to how teams and businesses can operate and prosper.
Even in the age of smart homes and high-tech office buildings, cleaning remains a stable, if somewhat traditional, industry.
Indoor air quality is an important, and often overlooked, area of building improvement.
Daily restroom upkeep