Commercial Carpet & Floor Cleaning Blog: Uncategorized

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

Three Ways a Clean Work Environment Improves Your Business

By | June 15, 2022

Three Ways a Clean Work Environment Improves Your Business With so much involved in running a business, it can be far too easy to fail to prioritize cleanliness in the workplace. Deep cleaning often gets overlooked, opting instead for minimal cleaning to create a short-term illusion of cleanliness.  The cleanliness […]

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Making your industrial space move-in ready!

By | May 17, 2022

  CONGRATULATIONS – TIME TO GET TO WORK!   Moving into a new facility can be stressful and time consuming. Whether you’re upgrading to a larger space for your growing team, moving locations to better serve your clients, or hopping on the flexible workspace trend for your new hybrid work […]

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4 Commercial Flooring Trends to Watch in 2020

By | October 22, 2019

4 Commercial Flooring Trends to Watch in 2020

Commercial flooring trends are on the move as we head into 2020. Here at DPM Care, we spend a great deal of our time looking at commercial flooring options. We see flooring styles change each year and, as carpet and floor cleaning specialists, we take note! We see how a […]

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Meet the Manager: Dede Scott of Colliers International

By | May 23, 2019

During the past 35 years, Dede Scott has had a direct impact on Nashville’s booming commercial growth and development. As assistant vice president at Colliers International in Nashville, she contributes to the company’s full range of services – real estate sales, leasing, facility management, property marketing, investing and everything in […]

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Battling Against Commercial Odors (and Winning)

By | February 26, 2019

“What is that SMELL?” At home, unpleasant carpet odors can keep you from relaxing. At work, they can distract you from your job. The fact is: Carpet odors are disruptive. And without the right cleaning methods, it can be hard to get them to go away. You may be able […]

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How to Budget for Commercial Carpet Cleaning

By | August 21, 2018

It happens slowly, so it’s hard to notice. But the dirt adds up, until one day, you’re looking at your building’s carpet wondering How did this get so dirty? It’s time to call a commercial carpet cleaning professional. But do you know how much you should be paying? Have you […]

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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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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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Nashville’s Commercial Real Estate Market Is Booming

By | October 25, 2016

Nashville Commercial Real Estate

To say Nashville is a red-hot city at the moment might be something of an understatement. Consider the following: Nashville’s population has been growing at a rapid rate. From 2010-2015 the metro area added more than 30,000 people. The city’s 1.8 percent growth rate in that time is more than double […]

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Meet the Atlanta Facility Manager: Dan Walther of Elavon

By | August 30, 2016

Atlanta Facility Manager

While commercial carpet cleaning is our expertise, we really are all about our people. The facility managers we work with are some of the best in the Southeast and we think they deserve to be celebrated! It’s no small task to fulfill the facility manager role. Facility managers work hard […]

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