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The Importance of Window Care

Cleaning Company Boise

The humble window is one of the most brilliant and most functional inventions ever devised by humankind. We don't think about windows often, but the truth is that they are huge parts of our lives. Windows influence how we feel about the architecture, shape, and appearance of a building, as well as change our opinions of the company or people housed inside that building. Windows can make us feel comfortable and satisfied or inexplicably dissatisfied, depending on how and where they are placed. Windows can even help to change our outlook on the world--both literally and metaphorically.

Employee Spotlight: Daniel Del Rio

Nampa Cleaning Company

Daniel Del Rio is the Facilities Manager here at Pro Power Clean and he is probably the most entertaining member of our staff that I have met thus far. When Daniel isn’t reciting the lyrics to songs that I don’t know, he is fixing something and he fixes a lot of things.

Employee Spotlight: Robert DeRose

Boise Commercial Cleaning Company

Robert is the shop assistant here at Pro Power Clean. He has been working here now for almost a year and a half. Mostly his days consist of doing laundry, restocking supplies, and refueling vehicles for our night crews. Robert does a lot of the prep work for most of our employees. He makes sure that they have everything that they need to do their job right.

Work Fridge Cleaning

Boise Commercial Cleaning Service

The work fridge is infamous for being a food battleground. Whether it's unmarked and unclaimed meals, spilled food that no one wants to clean up, or tiny bags of condiments; the work fridge is always full of something or other. Unfortunately, an untidy fridge is a problem for more than just the office clean-freak; plenty of nasty things- like mold- can grow in a fridge that isn't properly maintained. If the first thing that comes to mind when you open that door is health hazard, then it might be time to get some expert advice on cleaning and maintaining the work fridge.

Employee Spotlight: Ed Louy

Cleaning Company Boise

Ed Louy is the Director or Programs and Processes here at Pro Power Clean. Ed is in charge of payroll, making him everyone’s best friend. He is also the first person you will see if you happen to have an interview for a job with us. Ed is a rock star at getting things done. With more than twenty years of management experience under his belt, Ed knows how to navigate his way around the sometimes murky waters of a small business. He is constantly searching for more efficient ways for us to do business.

Cloud Storage...The best options

Boise Commercial Cleaning Service

There are a lot of cloud-based storage options out there but many of them are not that useful. Here at Pro Power Clean, we use Google Drive. Google Drive is an incredibly useful tool for any business. Most businesses already have a Gmail account and Drive is automatically included in the Google Apps Suite when you sign up for a Gmail account. Drive gives you the most storage space for free of any cloud-based service on the market. You get 15 GB for free, and you can get 1TB for $9.99 a month.

Time Tracking, GPS and Tablets that don't break the bank

Nampa Cleaning Company

Here at Pro Power Clean we are constantly looking for ways to maximize efficiency and improve how we do business. That often comes in the form of new technology to reduce costs, and improve our quality.

Employee Spotlight: Evelyn LaGrande

Boise Commercial Cleaning Company

If you have ever called Pro Power Clean for any reason then you have probably spoken to Evelyn LaGrande.

The Benefits of Pressure Washing

Boise Commercial Cleaning Service

As winter starts to come to a close a lot of people start spring cleaning. Whether that includes cleaning out the garage, getting rid of old clothes or simply sweeping off the patio, Spring is the time of the year for new beginnings. And pressure washing the side of your house or your sidewalk is a perfect way to do that.

The Benefits of a Cleaning Plan

Cleaning Company Boise

We make plans throughout our lives. As children, we make plans to play with friends or go to a favorite store. As teenagers, we make different kinds of plans; we organize school, homework, studying, activities, exercise, social time, and more--and on top of that, we're expected to have a plan for college or further education. As adults, we make plans for our careers, our families, our homes, and, essentially, our lives. Of course, we can organize all we like, but that doesn't mean things will always go according to plan.

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