National Cleaning Week, What You May Have Missed
by Mackenzie Cornell

Although this year's National Cleaning Week is behind us, it’s safe to say for those of us championing cleaning businesses and janitorial software, National Cleaning Week is every week.

Choosing the Right Rating Scale for a Janitorial Inspection
by Heather Siefert

Your inspection rating scale affects the way your staff cleans for building patron health and communicates the value of each janitorial service to your clients.

Is the Right Person Performing Your Cleaning Inspections?
by Heather Siefert

Clear cleaning inspection data, gives you the ability to make decisions that impact your budget. Here are the five things your inspectors need to be successful.

The 3 Secrets of Starting a Cleaning Leads Referral Program
by Heather Siefert

Customer service programs must balance the way your team evaluates their own performance, asks for customer feedback and then uses the information to improve service delivery.

Unveiling the Secrets and Outcomes of Client Retention
by Heather Siefert

Does your commercial cleaning company want to improve your client retention rate? Learn how your janitorial quality control program affects customer satisfaction.

6 Easy & Effective Ad Ideas to Marketing Your Cleaning Business.
by Heather Siefert

Advertising can be overwhelming and expensive. Here are a few things to help you find stress-free and inexpensive ways to advertise your cleaning business.

How To Generate Quality Leads For Your Cleaning Business
by Heather Siefert

Are you wondering how to get cleaning leads that will turn into long-term clients? The five steps in this article will help you win and keep cleaning contracts.

Three Ways to Keep Your New Year's Cleaning Resolutions
by Heather Siefert

If consistent service delivery is a goal that your cleaning business has set, here are three surefire steps that will help you keep your team on track.

Celebrate The 2020 Janitorial Heroes of Clean
by Heather Siefert

Thank Your Cleaner Day is a day where both the janitorial industry and the general public recognize cleaners for everything they do to protect the community’s health.