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Las Vegas Facility Managers – Getting the Most for Your Consumable Spend

If you’re responsible for a Las Vegas commercial facility, it’s likely that you handle not only the office cleaning, but the supplies as well. And, whether you hire an outside janitorial service provider or supervise an in-house staff, your building occupants will need things like toilet paper, seat covers, hand soap, etc. If you hire a Las Vegas janitorial service, …

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Las Vegas Facility Managers and Toilet Seat Covers

In Las Vegas, janitorial service responsibility sometimes means providing the supplies as well as the service. And while you’ll of course hire the cleaning company with great references, service, expertise and pricing, someone will need to make important decision about which consumable supplies to carry. As a rest room visitor (either as a facility guest or employee), most people take …

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Let Your Las Vegas Janitorial Services Provider Show You Ways to Save Water, Time and Money – Soap Choices

Is your Las Vegas janitorial service provider partnering with you to help your company reduce its costs and environmental impact? If not, here’s a solution that can save you water, time and money. Did you know that rest rooms account for about 65% of the water usage in the average office? Examining ways to reduce water there can have a …

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What Type of First Impression Does Your Las Vegas Facility Make?

New customers form their first impression of your business within 30 seconds of entering it. In fact, their impressions began to form before they even enter the building, as customers relate the outside appearance of your facility to the quality of product or service inside. So, if you’re in charge of the janitorial service provider for your Las Vegas business, …

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The Hidden Costs of Hiring the Lowest Bidder for Your Las Vegas Janitorial Services

Respiratory illnesses contracted in the work place can cost employers as much as $134 per employee per year, according to a study reported in the Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine. According to the EPA (Environmental Protection Agency), negative health effects include eye, nose, and throat irritation, headaches, loss of coordination, nausea, and damage to liver, kidney, and central nervous …

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