Thursday, October 3rd, 2013
Up to 5 yelps!
We just received our 5th yelp. We are thankful for our customers that took the time to leave us a review. Reviews are important and a great way to solicit feedback. Afterall, this feedback allows us to make improvements to our services and company as a whole! Feedback either directly or on yelp is always welcome.
Wednesday, September 18th, 2013
Our work in progress
In this video we give you insight into our floor process. Specifically our application of the floor finish. Dan (our handsome ops director) is seen here applying the finish. We credit him for the steps he has taken to design a smooth professional process. No wax on your ceilings, walls or anywhere else wax should not be.
Tuesday, April 10th, 2012
Things that make us smile.
Hard to believe this was after the scrubbing phase. Wax had not been put down yet. This was at a paint studio and was our crew in for a treat. Our crew started scrubbing and were surprised to find out that even though the floor had not been maintained in a few years the paint was coming off fairly easily. This is what makes us smile. They knew if the floors looked this great after only a few passes with the scrubber things were only going to get better (shinier) beyond this point.
Tuesday, April 10th, 2012
Our company often gets the privilege of working with new businesses on the verge of opening their doors for the first time. Sometimes I am contacted by the owner directly and sometimes the general contractor or super intendent contacts me. In either case the walk thru for a final clean is always the same; I go over what we do and how we do it. it’s rare that they expect a female to walk in and ask them if they have selected a final cleaning contractor. Regardless of the person I speak with, the owner or GC, there’s always a sense of pride that I enjoy seeing on the jobsite. The GC is running the show. The new owner can hardly wait for his new business to open.
Tuesday, September 13th, 2011
Outsourcing your janitorial service
Often I hear companies tell me they are happy with having a hired employee working as a janitor. Other times small businesses don’t have a budget to hire an in-house janitor so instead the office manager gets assigned this task or a few employees pitch in and do it. This solution rarely works for many reasons. Among the down sides, your employees ability to generate revenue suffers the most. Disruption and distractions are both byproducts of employees pitching in to clean the office. To paraphrase a customer, you need employees generating revenue. The office scenario of “everyone pitch in’ could actually be costing you a fortune in lost revenue. Company morale is also impacted and unless you have a dedicated employee tasked with the cleaning duties, the employees that take care of the cleaning may feel undervalued.
Thursday, June 9th, 2011
Welcome to our blog!
Thank you for reading our blog. Our hope is to share some of our experiences in the commercial cleaning industry. Some of the projects have been really neat ones. A few were interesting and others had their fair share of challenges. We hope to make our blog informative and funny but mainly we’ll try to let our passion come through. We gaurantee that all of the photos we post will be of actual projects we’ve completed. Whether janitorial, construction cleaning, phase cleaning or stripping and waxing floors.
Our company was started in 2008 after our owner decided to start her own company. We are a Texas certified HUB and an MBE/WBE registered with the City of Austin. Our focus is on commercial janitorial services.