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Coronavirus Cleaning Procedures Keep Other Pathogens at Bay

With COVID-19 at the forefront of everyone’s minds, it may seem like the concern about daily pathogens encountered at care facilities has gone by the wayside. However, while the need for medical office cleaning in Dallas has increased due to Coronavirus fears, other positive effects have arisen from this scenario. Frequent cleaning practices strengthen medical […]

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Thorough Insight About Professional Janitorial Services

For any business, maintaining a flawless workplace is crucial. There are many concerns we need to keep in mind when considering the preference for hygiene maintenance. The decision affects the whole corporation, employees, clients, and above all, the trade’s market reputation. Some people prefer to hire an office cleaner to clean and dust while others […]

National Cleaning Week Shines a Spotlight on Janitorial Services

It is time to celebrate National Cleaning Week, which runs from March 28th to April 3rd. Headed by the ISSA, National Cleaning Week educates about the importance of cleaning and advocates on behalf of professional cleaners. Perhaps now more than ever, companies like DBM Janitorial Services have stepped into the spotlight as frontline workers in […]

Janitorial Services are Essential in the Recovery from the Snowstorm

In mid-February, an unprecedented snowstorm hit Texas and left 4 million without electricity as temperatures dipped into the single digits. As people begin to return to a state of normalcy, there is no doubt that physical and emotional recovery will be a long road. Commercial businesses were no less affected than individuals by the weather, […]

Study Indicates Employees Lack Confidence in Safely Returning to Workplaces

It is no surprise that nearly a year into the Coronavirus pandemic, businesses are seeking ways to return their companies to a state of normalcy. While Texas ranked second in the country for the most remote workers even before the pandemic, some studies have found people far prefer working in their offices than from home. […]

Cleaning Professionals Are the First Step to Successful Commercial Transitions

All eyes are on the White House this coming week, and with the new administration comes a historical move regarding cleaning and disinfecting the building for turnover. Traditionally, the White House staff cleans quickly during the inauguration, but concerns about the Coronavirus will now result in a comprehensive deep clean by janitorial professionals, including carpet […]

Keep Holiday Shoppers’ Confidence High This Cold and Flu Season

The holiday shopping season is right around the corner and the COVID-19 pandemic is not going to slow it down. Janitorial services in Dallas, Texas may prepare to find themselves busy, too, as cleanliness is a high concern for Americans right now. But how are Americans truly feeling about the safety and cleanliness of retail […]

How Do We Keep Movie-Goers Safe from Coronavirus?

With cool and dreary winter days coming closer, people seek out indoor activities. Settling into a warm movie theater with a bag of popcorn and a refreshing drink is a popular family event, especially during the holidays. How will COVID-19 affect a movie-goer’s experience? With refreshed guidelines from the Texas Department of State Health Services, […]

The Future of Daytime Cleaning May be Bright

Most businesses are accustomed to the enigmatic presence of cleaning crews; like a fairytale, employees leave work in the evening and return in the morning to find spaces thoroughly cleaned, surfaces wiped down, and carpets fresh. The global pandemic, however, changed the way employees interact with the hygiene of their spaces. Germany’s cleaning trade association, […]

Returning Students Concerns About Coronavirus, and How Schools Can Help

Traditionally, September ushers in the excitement of the new school year for students across the country. This year, that enthusiasm has been quelled by trepidation; in the light of the continued spread of the Coronavirus, some Texas schools are beginning online courses with the goal to move to physical classes in late September, while other […]

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