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Tips for Keeping Your Commercial Buildings in Top Shape During the Winter Months

20 Dec2021
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Winter poses many unique challenges to keeping your commercial office buildings in top condition. Snow, ice, and salt make their way inside, resulting in trouble. Floors become slippery, and the salt wreaks havoc on hard surfaces like wood and marble. The biggest problem is the tremendous damage to carpets from the gritty mess dragged in from parking garages and sidewalks. Altogether, these common wintertime problems ruin the aesthetic of your building and pose slip-and-fall risks. But this is not the only area a property manager must pay attention to in the winter months.

It MAY be tempting to skip the winter exterior and interior window cleaning service in the colder months because of more frequent storms, but the aftermath of those storms is precisely the reason why you need to clean them. Dirty windows look cloudy and reduce the amount of sunlight coming into your building and the individual offices.

As a result, less natural light and passive heat make it inside. Natural light promotes productivity and is a mood booster for employees and visitors. During the dark days of winter, a boost of sunlight from clean windows breathes new life into your business, helps dry floors, and keeps excess moisture under control. In addition to making an excellent first impression, keeping your windows clean for tenants and visitors will create a light mood and ensure tenants and visitors are happy.

Parking garage cleaning, parking lot cleaning, and pressure cleaning or pressure washing are the three leading services property managers perform during the winter months. These services keep your floors and tenants safe. Damage to hard surfaces such as marble, hardwoods, and carpet can present major repair and replacement costs. Do your buildings a favor and solicit bids from exterior maintenance companies that provide these cleaning services.

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The best way to keep your commercial office building in top form is to schedule routine window cleaning, parking garage cleaning, and parking lot cleaning services for your tenants. Your building will be brighter, your garages and lots will be cleaner, and the views will be brighter for tenants and visitors to your building. In addition, you will create and maintain a great first impression for all who come to your property.

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“I became a KEVCO customer when I first started in Commercial Property Management over 15+ years ago. I have used them at every property that I have ever managed and even at my home for both window cleaning and pressure washing. They are responsive and professional, and their pricing is always competitive.”

D. Jamison
Vice President Property Management, Moore & Associates

“We are a real estate company, and use Kevco to wash windows, clean gutters and power wash for our clients getting their homes ready to place on the market. They are always at the property when they say they will be, do their job quickly, leave the property in excellent condition, are very professional, and…”

Amy King
Homeowner/Residential Real Estate Agent, King Real Estate

“I love KEVCO and call them every year for services. I have been using KEVCO for about 10 years to clean gutters and windows at our farm property. They are always prompt and exceptional in their work. I have recommended them to many people and will continue to do so.”

L. White
Clarksville, MD

“When I need home exterior cleaning services, Kevco is the company that I always call. They have cleaned my windows, gutters and pressure cleaned my patio and the other hardscape areas at my house for years. I recently thought that I would have to resurface my front steps as they appeared dirty. Kevco came over,…”

L. Galfond
Homeowner

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