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Although I had worked with the floor crew of a local school for summer work my sophomore year of high school, my first real encounter with floor training came in boot camp, July 1972, and it went something like this.
Mike Roden has been designing and building truckmounts for the past 35 years, first with his brother Jim at Prochem, and more recently as the VP of Engineering at Sapphire Scientific.
Any woodworker will tell you that 90% of their project’s success is based on preparation. Everything from matching the grain to squaring the pieces to the final sanding - miss one step and your project will be ruined.
Even with advances in drying equipment over the last 10-15 years, drying certain areas of structures can still present challenges.
I’m a dreamer. Outside of the grace of almighty God and my phenomenal wife Denise, I live a phenomenal life because I spend a lot of time thinking and dreaming.
Love Chinese food but hate cleaning the carpets and the stains? Say “sayonara!” to heavy, greasy food soils and soy sauce in these quick and easy cleaning steps!
As a 40-year veteran of the cleaning and restoration industries, I’m proud to have witnessed and been a part of the advancements in science and technology.
Many cleaners struggle to stay busy. Training, customer service and quality work are super important in our line of work.
It doesn’t matter which cleaning system you use. Truckmount, portable extractor, bonnet cleaning and encapsulation are all the same in the eyes of most consumers.