What can be done when you can’t go back into a building that has been treated for mold because it makes you sick?

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As years have gone by, mold remediation has gotten better at finding and removing mold from a structure. At the same time, we have gotten better at sealing our homes and making them energy effecient and more cost friendly by using synthetic materials for building. Putting these two together though has created a problem that effects thousands, but most don’t …

What is the Return on Investment for Cleaning Carpet?

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One of the reasons that I hear that the carpets don’t get cleaned in a facility often enough is that it cost money that they don’t have. When budgeting is being done for buildings, many times the cleaning and maintenance doesn’t get the attention it needs. Unfortunately, owners and building management teams don’t understand the ROI for cleaning the carpet …

Educating Children to Clean for Their Health

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During the 2017-2018 winter, schools and other facilities have seen a spike in flu and other respiratory sickness. News channels have reported that the flu shot had only a 10% effectiveness this season. The next step has been to try and keep facilities clean enough to reduce transmission, but leaning on the environmental services for most of the work won’t …

Active air purifiers vs. Passive air purifiers

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  There are many different types of air purifiers on the market today. They range from small to large, and cheap to very expensive. What most people don’t really know is that the technology that the air purifiers uses is what should really set them apart from each other. The most common type of air purification is through filtration. This …