WEB EXCLUSIVE: Cleaning To Reduce Hospitality Hazards

In the hospitality and recreation industries, keeping high traffic common areas neat, clean, and safe is paramount. This includes driveways, parking lots, entrances, lobbies, hallways, sidewalks, and recreation facilities like pools, tennis courts, and golf courses… not to mention related equipment and supplies. Then there is the building itself.  All told, such maintenance can be far easier said than done.

Beyond the sheer size and scale of this endeavor, keeping floor spaces clean and safe is even more challenging amid the myriad of construction and design materials—quartz, granite, marble, slate, terrazzo, travertine, coral rock, brick, wood, carpet and rugs, just to name a few. Walkways and decks aside, some structural areas and features on a building are also more challenging to clean than others—particularly on the exterior where the elements, insects, animals, and even mold can wreak havoc.

Written by Anne Vazquez.
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