- THE MAGAZINE
Articles by Eric Fish
Most of you who are reading this story are likely looking at carpet repair as an add-on service to your existing cleaning company.
If you ask David Hart, Founder/CEO of RAMAIR, he’ll tell you that duct cleaning is the fastest growing segment in the cleaning industry, as homeowners are becoming more and more aware of indoor air quality and potential contaminants that can cause harm.
According to a forecast from Navigant Research, as reported in Environmental Leader, the indoor air quality market is expected to rapidly increase by 2020.
The second day of The Experience Conference and Exhibition in Frisco, TX kicked off the same way that the first day did – with learning and education.
Thursday, April 24, began with education.
We’ve covered a lot on green in this issue as a means for cleaning for health and safety.
Lauzon, a Quebec-based flooring manufacturer, has developed a flooring line that it calls “Pure Genius.” It claims it can make indoor air up to 85% cleaner.
We stumbled upon a story recently in the Charlotte Observer that profiled Chris Souk, an Oxi-Fresh franchisee in the greater Charlotte area that was also the franchise’s top cleaner – of about 250 franchises – in 2013.
So who do you think won – a carpet cleaner or Yelp?
We’ve covered social media here before and how crucial it is to growing your business and attracting new customers, but according to a recent story on Buffer, it may be much more impactful than we all give it credit for.