Due to the recent outbreak of COVID19, the CDC has recommended that the majority of the population stay at home. They have also recommended that areas of the home are sanitized as often as possible. Because of this, there has
By now there is not a single person in America that is not at the very least, aware of the COVID19 virus. Starting in December of 2019, this virus has quickly spread from an epidemic in China, to become a
No one can understate the value of a clean building. Property managers and real estate companies know that more than anyone. It is vital that from the lobby to the stairs to even the basement, that your building is clean.
It is a new year and a new decade. And while many are making resolutions to better themselves, many of the New England states are continuing their promise to raise minimum wage every calendar year. In the past, we wrote
A good tenant is worth their weight in gold. As a property manager longterm good tenants are often a goal. Needing to constantly deal with broken leases, finding new tenants, and dealing with bad tenants can get costly. Once you
It is the holiday season, which means it is also the flu season. Every year it is important to protect yourself and your family by minimizing disease risks. This includes getting a flu shot as well as practicing good hygiene.
Unfortunately, a majority of business owners, property managers, and other commercial property employees are unaware of the dangers of mixing cleaning supplies. Unlike simple storebought residential cleaning products, commercial cleaners can be much more dangerous. Designed to effectively clean up
More and more families are living in apartments than moving into homes this decade. Apartments, shared living spaces, and condos are continuing to increase in popularity, especially in metropolitan areas. And although this is great news for property managers and
If you own your own business, you know that every little thing counts. Regardless of your industry, you want customers to feel comfortable and respect your business when they enter your building. Floor care is an often overlooked facet of
Workers spend more and more time in their offices. Whether it is getting in early for the meeting with the new client, or staying late to work on reports and presentations. Many workers stretch far beyond the 40 hours week