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THE KEY TO CHOOSING THE RIGHT VACUUM CLEANER

Vacuum manufacturers like to boast about the strength of their machines by promoting horsepower and amperage. On their own, the engine’s power and the electrical current required frankly are almost irrelevant. We believe what is more important their to focus on suction and airflow. Good machines are geared toward performance on at least one of these metrics, depending on their intended usage. Suction is measured by inches of waterlift, or the height a vacuum motor can lift a column of water Read Full Post +

KITCHEN SEWER WATER

KITCHEN SEWER WATERHere are action photos of a hotel customer’s kitchen we were called in to rescue after a sewer line backed up, resulting in 4 inches of sewer water. After 5 hours of work we had it cleaned and sanitized. Read Full Post +

AIRWALL CLEANING

Banquet room divider walls are infrequently thought of for cleaning, but these assets are subject to tough conditions. Between frequent expansion and contraction movements, fingerprints, food mishaps and spills from partygoers, dirt and stains are often present. We have experience cleaning them, and we do so by adhering to our Rapid Revenue Restoration methodology: STEP 1: VACUUM all heavily soiled areas to remove any loose soiling. STEP 2: REMOVE all ingr Read Full Post +

WHAT SMELLS?

Did you have a recent flood or toilet overflow in a room and now it smells musty and you cannot rent that room? hat’s the early warning sign of mold growth. Call us today and have us disinfect that room before it goes from bad to worse. In the future when you have a flood or toilet overflow, call us from the outset and we will extract any standing water, set up air movers, place a LGR (low grain refrigerant) dehumidifier and disinfect the room so that you may get back to business as norma Read Full Post +

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