Commercial Carpet & Floor Cleaning Blog: Posts by Pam Peters

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

Meet the Facility Manager – Shawn Marks of JLL

By | August 14, 2018

Meet Nashville Facility Manager Shawn Marks

It’s no secret that facility managers wear many hats. But handling the needs of a large workforce with a wide range of ages might not be one of the things that first come to mind. But, that’s the case for today’s featured facility manager, Shawn Marks. As a senior facility […]

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How PMs Deal With High Expectations From Building Tenants

By | July 18, 2018

One of the most challenging aspects of property management is handling the high expectations of the various stakeholders within a commercial building. With multiple tenants in a building, there are a lot of people to please – everyone from your tenant and their employees to your tenant’s customers. Plus, as […]

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When Should You Hire a Carpet Cleaner for Your New Building?

By | June 18, 2018

When to hire a carpet cleaner for your new building

You can smell it. Fresh drywall. Fresh carpet. It’s almost as satisfying as the smell of a new car. And it makes you feel like you’ll never see a speck of dirt in your new building. But you know that’s not true. Even though they might smell fresh and clean, […]

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Cleaning Specialist or Generalist: Which is Better for Your Facility?

By | May 01, 2018

Keeping a facility clean is no small feat. Everything from carpet, flooring, and upholstery to bathrooms, windows and the exterior must be cleaned regularly to keep your business looking sharp. With so much cleaning to do in a commercial facility, it often takes a lot of people and vendors to […]

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Managing Spills: How to Deal With Messy Customers and Employees

By | April 10, 2018

How to deal with messy employees and customers in your facility

Managing spills and cleaning stains is a major part of maintaining a professional look in your office space. After all, a huge stain on your office floor can be distracting and reflect poorly on your business. And yet, as property and facility managers know, cleaning up after messy customers and […]

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Meet Nashville Property Manager Amy Worral of Cushman & Wakefield

By | March 20, 2018

If you want to get a good glimpse of the property management landscape in Nashville, you want to talk to Amy Worral. She’s an award-winning property management veteran who works for Cushman & Wakefield, one of the world’s largest real estate services companies. Today, we’re thrilled to share her insights […]

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How to Protect Hard Surfaces from Furniture Damage

By | February 06, 2018

Protect floor from furniture

Floors receive a lot of wear and tear, and not just from people walking over them. Standing up, sitting down, pulling out chairs and shuffling furniture configurations to suit changing needs are daily occurrences. Dirt and grime affect your floor in ways we can clean up, but furniture damage can […]

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Top Facility Management Tips, Advice & Resources from 2017

By | December 12, 2017

Top Facility Management Tips, Advice & Resources from 2017

If there’s one thing you can count on, it’s that every year will bring something new. There are always lessons to be learned and ways to improve. As we move into 2018, we want to take a moment to look back on some of the top facility management tips, advice […]

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Meet the Facility Manager – Diane K. Borgesen of Highwoods Properties

By | November 07, 2017

Diane K Borgesen - Highwoods Properties

  One of the newest buildings to dot the downtown Nashville skyline is the new Bridgestone Tower, the new corporate headquarters for Bridgestone Americas. And the woman who led the opening of that building is Diane Borgesen, Director of Asset Management for Highwoods Properties. In this edition of Meet the Manager, […]

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What FMs Need to Know About New OSHA Regulations for Fall Protection

By | October 17, 2017

What FMs Need to Know About New OSHA Regulations for Fall Protection

From rooftop maintenance to window washing to construction, glass replacement and wet sealing, exterior maintenance jobs at elevated heights come with increased safety concerns. That’s why there are regulatory requirements in place that building owners and facility managers need to follow. However, some of these requirements have recently changed. To […]

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