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Don’t Let a Smelly Dog Park Ruin Your Summer

The popularity of dog parks and play areas is growing, especially in urban areas where space is limited. This means that maintenance is an ongoing responsibility that affects the owners of these spaces. With temperatures on the rise and the official start of summer just weeks away, now is the perfect time to take into consideration all the things that go into maintaining these special areas of your property. 

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Discover the Benefits of Our Stress-Free Recurring Services

As a property manager, you know how important it is to address problems that arise in your business in a timely manner. Although recurring maintenance tasks may seem like an unnecessary expense, it’s a service at Fresh Foam that our property managers have come to genuinely appreciate. The feedback that we’ve gotten from our happy customers tells us that our recurring services gives them peace of mind, saves them, and in the long run, saves them money.

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Woman pinching her nose while standing next to two overflowing dumpsters.

Don’t Let Dumpster Odor Ruin Your Summer

Spring and summer are just around the corner, and when the temperatures start rising, foul odors from your dumpster can quickly turn a beautiful sunny day into an unpleasant one. Not only do these offensive odors smell bad, but they create a negative impression on the cleanliness of your business. Although most dumpsters will likely experience foul odors at some point, summer heat often intensifies an already problematic space.

Fortunately, with a few simple steps, it’s easy to get and keep dumpster odor under control.

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Before and after pictures of the Fresh Foam team cleaning a dirty space.

A Clean Loading Dock is Essential to Your Operations & Safety

Routine cleaning of your company’s loading dock is vital. Your dock is the main hub of activity for the distribution of products and materials and being able to quickly, safely, and efficiently load and unload materials can impact the profitability of a company. If poorly maintained, these areas can become slippery and create the potential for serious injuries. That’s why we’re going to dig a bit deeper on how to keep your loading dock clean.

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Why Carpet Cleaning is a Must for Senior Living Facilities

All types of carpeting require regular cleaning to function properly, and that goes beyond just feeling soft on your feet and looking good. Carpet also functions a bit like an air filter by trapping dirt, dust, bacteria, and debris. This means that keeping your carpets clean is important for any business, but especially for senior living and assisted living communities. Elderly people are more susceptible to illness and disease, so the benefits of deeply cleaned carpets is especially important for these facilities, not just for health reasons, but for many others as well.

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Man cleaning the inside of a dumpster with cleaning foam.

Questions to Ask When Hiring a Cleaning Professional

Just like with many other areas of life, sometimes you get what you pay for. So the next time you are getting ready to hire a cleaning service, don’t just plan to hire the first person you talk to or the company with the lowest quote. Instead, here are a few questions to help you sort out who the best company for the job would be.

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A device cleaning tiles in the middle with half of the side clean while the other half is still dirty.

Does Your Tile Need a Refresh?

Tile floors and walls are common in residential and commercial settings, and while tile is well suited to these environments due to their durability and cleanability, the grout in between can be a major challenge to keep clean. In this blog we’ll discuss why grout is so hard to clean, and what you can do to keep yours sparkling.

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