“Performing surgery today?” your customer asks. With tongue in cheek, she may initially make fun of your “surgical booties,” but will quickly be impressed with the extra care you are taking as you perform your cleaning.
Cleaning up after pet
accidents is not often a pleasant experience. When faced with those nasty jobs,
I used to remind myself that animal waste and the putrid odor that accompanied
it was the smell of money that helped me deal with the cleanup.
When you enter the home you are about to clean and are knocked over by the smell of money – otherwise known as animal urine – you have an obligation to detect the source and offer your customer a solution.
While infrared (IR) cameras
are not quite amazing enough to turn you into Superman with X-ray vision, they
can do much to build customer confidence in your professional knowledge,
abilities and results.
A look in photos at the 2014 Experience Conference and Exhibition, which was held from April 24-26 at the Embassy Suites Convention Center and Spa in Frisco, Texas.
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