Team BRAVO!

July 21, 2017

Day Cleaning Summer 2017

NOT IN MY BUIDLING! This is the knee jerk reaction we normally hear when we start discussing the concept of converting a facility/property from night cleaning to DAY CLEANING. It is understandable because on the surface, the concerns seem insurmountable and the benefits less obvious.


July 21, 2017

Control Temp Summer 2017

Summer is here and everyone wants to reduce their ENERGY COST. Before you can address reducing your energy cost you need to understand your commercial electrical bill. The first step in understanding your energy bill is to identify how much power you use and how your usage affects your rates.


July 13, 2017

SAFETY SUMMER 2017

IS YOUR BUILDING OSHA COMPLIANT? Are the ladders in your facility compliant with the new OSHA 1910 regulation? OSHA has recently published a revised OSHA 1910 regulations for fall protection. The new regulation went into effect on January 17, 2017, but you still have time to ensure your building is compliant with this new final rule.


July 12, 2017

Operations- Carpet Cleaning

WE HAVE THE SOLUTION! Regular carpet cleaning is an essential part of maintaining your facility and extending the life of your carpet. Finding an appropriate time to clean high traffic areas can be a challenge. Our new technology will leave your carpets dry and open to foot traffic in less than 30 minutes.


BRAVO! 2015 Team Building RetreatDecember 16, 2016

BRAVO! 2015 Team Building Retreat

The BRAVO! team headed to Minerals Resort and Spa for a weekend of team building and fun, and spent time learning about leadership and communication styles.


Woodloch Team Building RetreatDecember 14, 2016

Woodloch Team Building Retreat

The BRAVO! team, divided into groups, worked together to build a boat capable of holding one of their teammates in a race against the other teams. The boat-building materials?  Nothing more than cardboard and duct tape!


Woodloch Team Building RetreatDecember 14, 2016

Woodloch Team Building Retreat

The BRAVO! team, divided into groups, worked together to build a boat capable of holding one of their teammates in a race against the other teams. The boat-building materials?  Nothing more than cardboard and duct tape!