The tile and grout in your bathroom or entryway can start to look dim and dingy, even downright grey or black, not long after you have that tile installed. This is especially true if you have kids or pets who track mud and dirt. Also, if you don't have proper ventilation in the bathroom, the steam from a shower settles onto the tile and grout, trapping dirt and other debris. Cleaning that tile and grout may actually be more difficult than you realize, as improper tools, cleaning products and techniques can actually make the tile and grout look worse, not better.
20 April 2017
Australian cities are nearly always undergoing building works or renovation projects. Even if your offices are not subject to any construction work themselves, then you can rest assured that there is some construction project or other going on nearby that is generating dust and noise. Most facilities managers in Australia understand that they will have to face some building work here and there, even if they have not commissioned it themselves.
17 April 2017
Air ducts are synonymous with most Australian homes and are used for purposes of effective distribution of both warm and cool air inside the home. In recent times, a lot of emphasis has been placed on the need to maintain these systems. This may be attributed to the increasing concerns regarding the link between indoor air pollution and negative heath effects such as respiratory diseases and allergic reactions. However, from a purely financial perspective, this article analyses whether or not air duct cleaning presents value for money as far a homeowner is concerned.
21 July 2015
When your home's carpets need cleaning, you may automatically assume that steam cleaning is the best and even the only method available to you. In truth, you can use a dry cleaning method that is often preferred for carpets today, for a variety of reasons. This method is much like dry cleaning your clothes; it uses a particular type of chemical to pull up stains in the carpet and then eliminate them, rather than soaking the carpet with cleanser and then vacuuming up the water and detergent.
10 July 2015