1. Four Areas To Clean Before You Sell Your House

    If you’re trying to sell your New Jersey home, you already know it needs to be clean. After all, few people would buy a home if it were presented in its natural state — with laundry strewn about the utility room, dishes scattered in the sink, and dog hair embedded in the carpets. You want to put…Read More

  2. What to do If You Find Mold In Your Washer

    The thought of having mold anywhere in your home is gross, but there’s perhaps no worse place to find mold than your washing machine. After all, you use your washing machine to clean every item of clothing you own. For it to be compromised with mold means just about everything else is as well. Luc…Read More

  3. Uh Oh. You Spilled Red Wine On Your Carpet.

    It’s almost like it happens in slow motion. You’re binge-watching your favorite Netflix series and enjoying a glass of wine after a long day at work. You reach for your glass and accidentally knock it over — and then, it’s as if you can see every molecule of the dark liquid plummeting toward…Read More

  4. Just How Dirty Is Your Carpet?

    When you have a tile or hardwood floor, it is usually easy to see the dirt accumulate. It might be piles of pet hair, spilled crumbs from the kitchen table, or clumps of dust. You sweep and mop accordingly, not wanting your house to be or appear dirty. When it comes to carpet cleanliness, however, w…Read More

  5. Are Your Janitors Preventing Cross Contamination?

    If you work in a hospital, school, or restaurant, you know how dangerous cross-contamination can be. We’re sure you have procedures in place to ensure that dangerous germs are not being transferred from one surface to another, but is your commercial janitorial company working as hard as you are to…Read More

  6. The Dirtiest Places in the Office

    This year’s flu season is looking to be quite severe with already more than three times the number of people hospitalized for the illness. It’s no different in New Jersey. The flu is widespread according to NJ Department of Health. But don’t worry, this isn’t meant to scare you and we aren…Read More

  7. What is “Pressure Washing” and what is “Soft Washing”?

    Pressure Washing According to Wikipedia, pressure washing or power washing is the use of high-pressure water spray to remove loose paint, mold, grime, dust, mud, chewing gum and dirt from surfaces and objects, such as buildings, vehicles and concrete surfaces.
 Pressure Washing any home larger …Read More

  8. Is It Time To Have Your Commercial Space Pressure Washed Again?

    If you own your own business, you are likely more than aware that perception is everything. This means that you need to be concerned with what people see when they look at anything that is associated with your company. Whether it be your website, your logo, or the commercial space where your busines…Read More

  9. How to keep plants safe while doing a soft wash

    Soft washing has been growing in popularity over the last few years. Many pressure washing contractors say that they can soft wash, but the truth is most do not really understand what the system is.  We were one of them until we got trained and bought the proper equipment which is very different fr…Read More