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  • Winter Floor Care

    Winter Floor Care

    Winter can be equally hard on commercial hard surface flooring as it is on carpets. Rock salt, sand and other ice-melt products used on sidewalks and roadways are unavoidably tracked indoors during the snow and ice season, and it can wreak havoc on all types of carpeting and floors.



  • Start the New Year with a Healthy Facility

    Start the New Year with a Healthy Facility

    As employees return to the workplace in greater numbers this year and concerns about virus transmission and infection remain, businesses and facility managers will continue to focus on hygiene and social distancing practices and to improve protocols and standards for commercial cleaning and disinfecting in public and shared indoor work environments.



  • Keep It Clean At The Office Party

    Keep It Clean At The Office Party

    It’s the time of year when office holiday parties kick into high gear. The office party is a great way for employees to unwind and bond; for clients to be rewarded; and sometimes cut-a-rug with the bigwigs. No doubt almost everyone loves a party. But even small parties can bring big cleanups. ServiceMaster Clean is here to help you with that planning.  



  • Protect Your Floors and Building Occupants This Winter

    Protect Your Floors and Building Occupants This Winter

    Canada-wide, approximately 60,000 workers get injured annually due to falls.  More than 20% of all lost time injuries each year result from slips, trips and falls. Regulations for floor coverings and maintenance are ruled by the Canada Consumer Product Safety Act and the Canada Labour Code.



  • Return to the Office: Have you adjusted your cleaning schedule?

    Return to the Office:  Have you adjusted your cleaning schedule?

    A recent poll conducted by Ipsos on behalf of Global News shows that 74% of Canadian workers have returned to their pre-pandemic working conditions; 13% are working from home, 4% remain in a hybrid model working both from home and the office, and 57% are back at their place of work.



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