Business Cleaning

Dry Ice Blasting? What's That?

Dry ice blasting is the use of solid CO2 (carbon dioxide) pellets accelerated by compressed air to clean or strip industrial equipment, machinery, facilities etc. of unwanted contaminates.
  Dry ice blasting is:- the use of solid CO2 (carbon dioxide) pellets accelerated by compressed air to clean industrial equipment, machinery, facilities etc. of unwanted contaminates. Dry ice pellets impact the surface and expand instantly into a gaseous state hundreds of times greater than their original solid volume, creating miniature explosions on the surface being cleaned.

Filed under:

Professional Carpet Cleaning: How often should carpet be cleaned?

When was the last time you had your carpets professionally cleaned? If you're like the average American household, it was probably some time in the last year - and you will probably wait at least another year to get them cleaned again. The Environmental Protection Agency recommends carpets in residential homes are cleaned every 6-12 months if 2 or fewer people live in the home who is non smokers. For larger families with both kids and pets, the EPA recommends a professional carpet cleaning every 3 months [U.S.

Filed under:

10 Tips to keep your cleaning staff motivated

In any cleaning operation the cleaning supervisor or company owner is probably the most important person who can motivate cleaning crews to take pride in their work. But how one can motivate, instruct, communicate and lead the cleaning staff?

In every job that I have had from cleaning floors to managing teams across the nation - I have used motivation to drive high performance and results from my teams and myself.
Motivating and leading is what I love to do.

Often time cleaning company owner face the problems keeping his supervisors and cleaning crew member motivated.

Filed under:

About safety Excavation and Trenching

Excavation and trenching are known as the most unsafe construction operations. Excavation is defined as any man-made cut, cavity, land clearing or trench in the earth's surface formed by earth removal. A trench is defined as a narrow alternative excavation, which is deeper than it is wide, and is not wider than 15 feet (4.5 meters).

Dangers involved in Excavation and Trenching

Cave-ins have the maximum risk and are much more probable than other types of excavation associated accidents to result in worker fatalities.

Filed under:

Tips for building a Driveway

You may desire to build up a new driveway or might desire to upgrade the existing one, you could check out the options that are available for driveway materials.

The materials you use when building a driveway influence its cost, constancy and visual appeal. From functional concrete or asphalt to outstanding paving, environmental grass pavers to simple gravel, there's a driveway material, which is apt to every site and situation. Following are the well-liked options plus tips on resurfacing and sealing.

Brick paving

A driveway paved with fresh or used bricks is strong and more attractive.

Filed under:

Different Types of Paving

The pattern chosen by you for your paving plays as big role as determining color of your driveway, courtyard or garden path. From simple stretcher-bond to amazing radial patterns, you can easily create a huge variety of effects with your pavers. There is several type of paving options available. Following are some of the ideas on using paving patterns in the range of different contexts.

Basket weave paving

Basket weave is regularly found in traditional European style courtyards and driveway.

Filed under:

An Introduction to Culvert Pipes

A culvert pipe is a cutting under or beside a road that allows water to drain, rather than pooling and creating hazardous conditions. Technically, only an enclosed channel under a road could be further classified as a culvert, and a cutting next to a road is recognized as a ditch. Culverts Pipes are a very important part of the system used to drain roads and drives, keeping them secure and extending their lifetimes.

Ideally, a culvert installation is done when a road is built, either by the home highway authority or a property owner, only in case if the culvert is on private land.

Filed under:

Get away from poor drainage problem

Poor drainage is the ultimate and leading cause of death for our beautiful garden plants. Adding up organic matter would enhance poor drainage problem. If you have tried that, though, and your land clearing site still remains watery for hours after a short, heavy rain, then further action is now required. Shallow trenching and drainage pipe could solve the problem. Please follow the below given instruction for further drainage solution.


* Look for a spot below the level of your garden where the water could drain away safely.

Filed under:

Tips for Carpet Cleaning

An unbeaten carpet care program commences previous to installation and than keep on with the regular vacuuming, maintenance, clean-up and episodic renovation efforts. It calls for utmost care to shield it against wear and tear and the other hazards of every day use.

Here are some implications for upholding the carpets:

1. Vacuuming the carpet repeatedly with a strong suction, rotating brush and tight filter will reduce the soil buildup.

Filed under:

Building Exterior Cleaning

Glacier Blast Inc. offers building exterior cleaning by dry ice blasting. This process is the use of solid CO2 (carbon dioxide) pellets accelerated by compressed air to clean unwanted contaminates from the exterior surfaces of buildings.

Dry ice is pure CO2 in its solid state, it is in its gaseous state in the air around us. When we inhale our bodies use the oxygen and we exhale CO2. Green plants take CO2 from the air and give off oxygen. This process is safe, environmentally friendly and extremely effective.

Filed under:
Syndicate content


User login