Commercial Carpet & Floor Cleaning Blog: Posts by Neal Peters

Tips to help property & facility managers achieve a higher degree of clean.

Top Technology Tools for Facility Managers

By | January 24, 2017

Facility Manager Tech Tools

Technology is advancing quickly these days. If you’re a facility manager, it can pay to keep up. There are a lot of tech tools out there that can save you time, reduce stress, and make your work more efficient. Of course, not all technology is “one size fits all”. Because […]

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Facility Management Trends to Watch in 2017

By | December 20, 2016

2017 Facility Management Trends

In our recent post, Top Facility Maintenance Tips from 2016, we looked back on the year behind us to uncover some insightful maintenance lessons for facility managers. Now it’s time to look ahead to the facility management trends of 2017. When it comes to trends in facility management, what should […]

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How to Choose the Right Commercial Flooring for Your Office

By | November 09, 2016

Choose Commercial Flooring for your office

When you need to install or replace the flooring in your facility, you may find yourself faced with more options than you expected. Many more. From carpet and hardwood to concrete and vinyl, there’s a lot of choice today when it comes to commercial flooring—and that doesn’t even take into […]

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4 Key Challenges of Facility Management

By | October 11, 2016

Challenges of Facility Management

  In our monthly “Meet the Manager” blog series, we shine a spotlight on different facility managers across the southeast— from Tim Friedenberger of Bridgestone Arena to Debra Howell of JLL to Dan Walther of Elavon. As part of that series, we do a Q&A with each manager. And one of the questions we always […]

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What Does an Effective Carpet Maintenance Program Look Like?

By | September 13, 2016

Effective Carpet Maintenance Program

Want the longest possible life out of your commercial carpet and the greatest return on your carpet investment? It starts by having a plan. Ideally, as soon as you have new carpeting installed in your facility you should create and implement a carpet maintenance program. But even if you’ve had […]

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Meet the DPM Team Member: Ellie Whitesell

By | August 16, 2016

At DPM Care, we are all about our people – our customers and our staff. We value our staff and believe our employees make us better. The dedicated and talented DPM Care team members make it their mission to serve our customers with excellence. If you’re already a DPM Care […]

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Top Ways to Reduce Maintenance Costs for Your Facility

By | August 09, 2016

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While maintenance and repairs are an expected and inevitable part of facility management, the costs attached to them can still be a wildcard. You may be cruising along well under your maintenance budget when—BAM—you get hit with the need to replace an entire floor of carpeting or purchase a new […]

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Are Carpet Cleaning Chemicals Safe for You and Your Carpet?

By | August 02, 2016

  For most property and facility managers, there are a lot of unknowns when it comes to carpet cleaning. Along with understanding how the different commercial carpet cleaning methods will work on your carpet, it’s important to know the specific chemicals being used to clean your carpet and how they will impact […]

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Meet the Team Member: Travis Shepard

By | June 28, 2016

At DPM Care, we value our staff and believe our employees make us better. The dedicated and talented individuals who make up the DPM Care staff team make it their mission to serve our customers with excellence. That’s why we want to introduce you to the people who care for […]

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The Most Overlooked Areas of Your Office that Need Cleaning

By | June 21, 2016

Close up of cluttered office desk

For most facility managers, regular carpet cleaning is a no-brainer. You know that you need it. Carpet covers a large area, gets a lot of traction, and is always visible. You can look down and see stains, dirt, or traffic patterns. But there are other areas of your office that are […]

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