WINNIPEG, Canada – Anago® Winnipeg, a locally owned and operated commercial cleaning franchise company, is thrilled to announce that they recently helped create a video for the Canadian Franchise Association. The video in which the team from Anago also starred explains the various benefits of owning a cleaning franchise and how, during the pandemic, when the company faced many challenges, the Franchisor stepped up to the plate and offered support, advice, and assistance to ensure the business continued to flourish. Read More
Is the carpet in your office looking worn and stained? It might be time to start researching the top carpet cleaners in your area. Doing your homework to make sure that you find the perfect company is essential. However, many business owners and managers aren’t sure how to go about finding the perfect cleaning company.
If you’re thinking about hiring a carpet cleaner, here are the top questions you want to ask before you pay your deposit:
What Cleaners Do You Use?
While you may not know the technical reasons for choosing one cleaning company over another, this is still an important question to ask. Some people will want to favour green cleaning solutions over harsher commercial cleaners. However, you should always steer clear of certain ingredients, such as acids, that can strip carpets and expose your employees to strong chemicals.
You won’t need a degree in chemistry, but you should do some preliminary research on the types of cleaners a company uses before you make a hiring decision.
Do You Have Referrals?
You don’t want to trust the cleanliness of your office to just anyone. Before you hire anyone, you should ask if the carpet cleaning company can offer you any referrals. Always try to touch base with at least one or two of their previous clients to ensure that they were satisfied with the services they received before you book your next project.
Are You Bonded and Insured?
Do you know what would happen if a carpet cleaner was injured on the job? What about if they accidentally ruined some expensive equipment in the office? Don’t take any chances when it comes to being on the hook for damages caused by your cleaning service. You always want to ensure that they are bonded and insured before allowing them to proceed with work in your office.
Will You Move Furniture?
Odds are that your office space has lots of clutter in it, from desks to file cabinets. Knowing what the company is willing to move, if anything, is important. If you’re responsible for moving all of the major furniture pieces, you may have to make arrangements with a moving company or your office maintenance team.
How Long Does It Take?
You want to minimize downtime in your office, so you need to know how long the cleaning process is likely to take. Some companies may prioritize getting things done in a single day, while others may require two to three days to complete the same job. Managers will want to know how to schedule their employees and carpet cleaners so that work is minimally disrupted.
Hire a Professional Cleaning Service
If you’re thinking about hiring commercial cleaning services in Winnipeg, then you need to be prepared to ask all the right questions. Give Anago Cleaning Systems a call today to learn more about how we can help you keep your office in pristine condition from the floor to the ceiling.
The bathroom is one area where germs and bacteria really build up over time. This is a hot spot area that needs to be thoroughly cleaned on a regular basis to keep things sanitized for employees and guests alike. Many things can be done to limit the buildup of these germs, but you must know how to properly disinfect a bathroom.
How can you keep up with cleaning this area between commercial cleaning appointments? Here are some of our expert tips to keep your bathrooms sparkling:
The grit and grime from winter foot traffic have been building up since last fall, and the floors of your business are probably looking a little worse for wear. Even with regular cleaning over the winter, it’s normal for commercial floors to need some special attention as the weather warms up.
But cutting through all that salt, sand, and muddy residue can feel overwhelming if you’re not sure what products to use to refresh your floors and make them gleam in the spring sunlight. Floorcare techniques vary greatly depending on the type of flooring in your business, and commercial cleaners will have the most expertise in advising you on how to proceed. Read More
If you bring in a janitorial service to clean your office, you might be most concerned with their ability to clean the hot spots like your reception areas and bathrooms. These spaces make the biggest first impression on your clients, so it makes sense to start here. However, many business owners overlook the importance of cleaning the cubicles and the fabric walls.
You won’t want to miss cleaning your cubicle walls after you learn about all of the ways that your employees and workplace could benefit from this routine cleaning: Read More
Keeping your office in great shape all winter long can pose a problem for many managers. With the muck of snow season and the hotbed of bacteria during cold and flu season, managing the cleanliness of an office is extremely important. Winter requires a different type of cleaning that you may want to keep in mind when attempting to manage your office.
What can you do to keep your office in great shape? Here are a few winter cleaning tips that you may want to take advantage of this upcoming season: Read More
You have made the important decision to hire a cleaning service for your office, but how often should they come to perform their services? Most business owners want to be as cost-effective as possible while keeping their workspaces clean and tidy. Understanding what goes into routine cleaning is crucial if you want to maximize your investment.
WINNIPEG, Canada – Anago Cleaning systems, one of the fastest-growing commercial cleaning companies in Winnipeg, is delighted to announce the appointment of two new key members of staff. Sabri Al Jayyousi has been appointed as the company’s bookkeeper. Sabri has excellent experience and knowledge across the full accounting cycle. She is a keen and conscientious worker who works well both independently and as part of a team. Tanya Stinson has also joined the team as an Accounts Receivable Clerk. Tanya is an administrative professional with over 18 years of experience in office management, sales and customer service. Additionally, she also has four years of experience working in Accounts Receivable as an Accounts Receivable Administrator. Read More
Carpeting can be a beautiful floor covering, but many people find that it doesn’t last all that long. It can start to look dull and dirty within just a few short months if it isn’t properly taken care of. The good news is that there is a lot you can do to improve the lifespan of your carpet.
For a few helpful hints about how to manage your flooring, this detailed breakdown will help you to clean like the professionals: Read More
A clean workspace is essential to keep you and your employees happy and healthy during this beautiful and crisp time of year. Some people don’t know what their priorities should be when it comes to fall cleaning.
If you are unsure of how to get started cleaning your office this autumn, here are a few tips:
Cleaning your office or business can take a lot of time and money away from other pursuits. Many business owners and managers prefer to hire a cleaning service for a one-time, deep clean of their space. This can be a great way to save money, time, and get your office back to an excellent starting point that you can maintain moving forward.
If you aren’t sure how a one-time clean could help your business improve, here are four key ways your business could benefit:
Your conference room sees a lot of action and that can lead to some issues: dirty surfaces and bad odours. Keeping the conference room clean doesn’t have to be difficult, but you do have to be diligent about cleaning it regularly.
If you want to keep your conference room cleaner than ever, here are five easy ways to achieve a cleaner workspace:
Coming home to a dirty house can immediately cause stress. Even if you have other tasks to do, all you notice is the state of disarray.
The stress from messiness is even more bothersome in the office. Your reception area is the first thing your clients and employees see when they enter the office. In a workweek, this spot endures a lot of foot traffic, stray papers, and dirty dishes. How do you keep clutter under control in such a busy area?
We’ve put together these office cleaning tips that can help keep your reception area tidy and organized:
Before the pandemic, the main concerns of teachers and caregivers were to maintain a productive, positive environment for young children. Now, they have to be worried about preventing an outbreak of COVID-19.
Schools and daycare centres have looked a bit different since COVID-19 became an issue. How do you keep schools clean without using products that contain toxic chemicals?
We’ve put together a few tips to keep your childcare or learning facility safe for everyone involved:
After years of working for someone else, you’ve had enough—it’s time to open your own business!
A great industry to target is cleaning. You’ll thrive in a market that always has a client base; dust and dirt will never stop impacting homes and businesses!
Few people get excited about cleaning their own homes, which means you’ll have no shortage of residential customers. Businesses are often too busy to look after cleaning duties, so you’ll find clients in the commercial sector, too.
Opening a business can be intimidating. How do you get started?
WINNIPEG, Canada – Anago Cleaning Systems, a leading commercial cleaning company based in Winnipeg, Canada, is delighted to announce that they have recently been ranked number 33 on the prestigious Entrepreneurs 2021 Franchise 500 listing. This marked an increase of five places from 2020, and the company was also ranked as number 2 in the commercial cleaning category. Read More
The Canadian Centre for Occupational Safety estimates that roughly 60,000 workers are injured each year from slips, trips, and falls. That number is concerning to both employers and their staff.
Businesses shouldn’t be places where people are at risk for injuries. Not only does it put employees in danger, but it reduces productivity and could harm the reputation of a business.
How do you increase the safety of a workplace? It starts with regular floor cleanings. To effectively reduce the number of accidents that occur at commercial facilities, follow these cleaning procedures:
Clean workspaces aren’t just aesthetically pleasing—they’re also safer and more conducive to productivity.
Thinking about hiring a commercial cleaning company? Before you choose one, it’s important to do your research. The following questions will help you find a company that’s competent, reliable, and consistent: Read More
Many employees who’ve been working from home are ready to return to the office. But it’s a mixed bag of emotions: on one hand, they’re excited to go back to work, but on the other, they’re concerned about their personal safety.
Employers can reassure their staff that the workspace is safe by scheduling professional cleaning services. Here’s how commercial cleaners can stop the spread of COVID-19 in businesses and offices: Read More
We find germs everywhere, from our kitchen counters to our bathroom sinks. Before 2020, we weren’t as aware of how easily viruses can be transmitted through the air or by touching surfaces. Now, we’ll never forget it. It’s hard not to be worried about how germs can travel from our hands to inside our homes. We’ve had to become very mindful about the surfaces we touch in public spaces like grocery stores or the doctor’s office.
To understand what disinfecting means, it’s important to distinguish what it’s not. Two other terms that have been popular this year are cleaning and sanitizing, which are not the same as disinfecting. Let’s clear up what each process involves so that you fully understand the best way to protect yourself and your loved ones: Read More