Road Salt & Your Floors: How to keep the winter from damaging your workplace

The back side of a snow plow spreading salt and sand on the road

When winter rolls in, so does winter prep. That means that sidewalks, roadways, and parking lots are often laden with road salt (or ice melt) and sand, which can not only make your workplace look dirty when tracked in by the many feet that may visit you, but can also damage or destroy your flooring or carpeting. Here’s what you can do to minimize impact to your flooring and keep it looking better:

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Having a safe, healthy home and workplace for the holidays

Face mask hanging in a Christmas tree

When it comes time to invite family and friends over for the holidays, you want to do everything you can to keep them safe. Whether you’re hosting a Festivus party, a work Christmas party, or anything in between, cleaning and disinfecting is important now more than ever. With the threat of the omicron variant of COVID-19 looming over your holiday get-togethers, keeping everyone safe and healthy means taking the extra precautions for your employees, loved ones, and family members.

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Cleaning for Health

Person cleaning with a rag and gloves

Cleaning for health and cleaning for appearance are two drastically different things, yet not many people know or act on the difference. While the COVID-19 pandemic flipped the world on its head, one positive thing it did was bring to light the importance of cleaning for health. COVID has proven over and over again that just because something or someone looks clean, it doesn’t mean they actually are. At EcoSource, LLC, we are committed to making cleaning for health the normal practice. Our goal is to accomplish a great clean while also being kind to the environment, and you can achieve that goal as well. Take a look at some of our tips to clean for health:

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