Commercial Carpet & Floor Cleaning Blog

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

How to Spot Clean Commercial Carpets in Your Facility

By | May 16, 2017

One small pesky stain can have a large negative impact on the overall appearance of your commercial carpeting. A stain draws the eye and becomes a focal point—even if the rest of your carpet looks immaculate. That’s why spot cleaning your carpets is so important. Most of the time with local […]

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How Knoxville’s Commercial Real Estate Market is Performing in 2017

By | May 02, 2017

How the Knoxville Commercial Real Estate Market is Performing in 2017

At DPM Care, we’ve called Knoxville home for 20 years. So we know firsthand what a great place to live and work it is. Knoxville offers the perfect combination of big-city and small-town living. And it seems the word is getting out. Knoxville has experienced healthy growth over the past […]

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7 Spring Cleaning Tips for Your Commercial Facility

By | April 18, 2017

Spring Cleaning tips for your Commercial Facility

They say that spring is the season of renewal. It’s a time when new buds emerge, trees get fuller and the grass gets greener. And it’s not just Mother Nature. Many of us have adopted the habit of renewing the spaces we occupy with a little spring cleaning. For facility […]

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Meet the Property Manager – Frank Proctor of Pointe Property Group

By | April 04, 2017

Meet Frank Proctor of Pointe Property Group

We know that some of our clients are hesitant to toot their own horn – and Frank Proctor is no exception! However, he has a fantastic story that deserves to be featured. That’s why we are shining a light on the great job he is doing at Pointe Property Group. […]

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How to Clean Carpets and Upholstery After Fire and Smoke Damage

By | March 21, 2017

On November 28, a devastating fire ripped through Gatlinburg, Tennessee. The blaze burned thousands of acres, many of them in beautiful Great Smoky Mountains National Park. According to USA Today, it also damaged or destroyed 2,460 structures—including many homes and businesses. DPM Care was a part of the cleanup effort […]

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Meet the Facility Manager: Jeff Rutherford of Meadows & Ohly

By | March 07, 2017

Meet Atlanta Facility Manager Jeff Rutherford

Although facility and property managers share similar roles within their companies, their work can vary greatly depending on the type of buildings they manage. That is definitely the case for today’s featured facility manager, Jeff Rutherford of Meadows & Ohly. Today, we’ll get a closer look at what it takes […]

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Atlanta Commercial Real Estate Market Trends in 2017

By | February 21, 2017

For our money, Atlanta is one of the great American cities. Of course, we’re a little bit biased. We’ve been providing commercial carpet cleaning services in Atlanta since 2013. So this is a city we know and love. But we’re not the only ones buzzing about Atlanta these days: U.S. […]

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DPM Care Selected for Georgia Mentor Protégé Connection Program

By | February 14, 2017

DPM Care selected for Georgia Mentor Protege Connection

Big news from DPM Care: We are excited and humbled to announce that our company was selected for the 2017 class of the Georgia Mentor Protégé Connection! Only 15 small businesses were accepted into this prestigious program. We are incredibly honored to be part of this group. For those who don’t […]

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5 Tips for Managing Church Facilities

By | February 07, 2017

5 tips for managing your church facility

Churches are so much more than buildings. They are places of worship, community, and connection. They have great meaning beyond simply floors, walls, and windows. That’s why it can be difficult to think of a church as a “facility”. And yet, in order for a church to continue playing the […]

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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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