Measuring green: Commercial buildings give back to the planet

We have heard “go green” for decades and now that the global pandemic has emphasized building health, that theme is beginning to resonate with more people. In fact, developers are now going even further with “deep green” buildings. The commercial buildings that take on this new approach will uphold higher environmental standards. If your building […]

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Could flushing a toilet spread COVID-19?

Another new behavior to stay on top of to prevent coronavirus transmission: closing the toilet lid when you flush. Scientists found that flushing a toilet can create a cloud of droplets containing coronavirus that will linger long enough to be inhaled. Aerosol droplets rise nearly three feet and can land on other surfaces in the […]

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Get a handle on hygiene

Addressing the anxiety associated with the spread of viruses over surfaces without going over the facility’s budget can seem nearly impossible. Some places simply just cannot switch over to sensor technology no matter how badly they would like to help limit the number of surfaces people are putting their hands on, especially in restrooms, where […]

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Reopening: Here’s what you forgot to consider

So you’ve finally gotten the green light to let people come in through your building’s doors once again. Your first thought is to make sure everything is disinfected. Like, really disinfected. You’re using disposable products wherever possible, all of the surfaces have been wiped down so many times that you can see your reflection in […]

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Beware the phantom flush

The future is hands-free. People are more aware now than ever of the spread of diseases over surfaces, which has in turn propelled us all into a future that embraces touchless options. Sensor technology first began appearing in restrooms in the 1990’s. At the time this new technology was marketed as a more hygienic alternative, […]

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Protecting commercial buildings from pests

High-traffic areas in commercial buildings are known to be prone to foul odors, dirty floors, and standing water. These spaces need extra attention to maintain cleanliness, or they will likely leave a negative impression. Pay attention to the “hot spot” areas of your facility’s restrooms to ensure they are free from rodents, cockroaches, and flies […]

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Restroom appearances are impacting big decisions

What are people really thinking when they enter the restrooms in your building? Restrooms are one of the places with the highest number of complaints. Poor first impressions are hard to overcome, consider what people are commenting on in your building’s restrooms. I’ll tell you what to watch for in your facility’s restrooms and how […]

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