Facility – Unisan Columbus
  • Choosing the Best Mop for Your Floors

    Choosing the Best Mop for Your Floors

    Did you know you can’t just use any mop on your floors? To give your floors the best clean and avoid damaging your floors it’s important to choose the best mop for your flooring type. In this article we’ll outline various mop types and the best mops for different flooring. Let’s start with the basics Read more

  • How to Prevent Mold Growth During Summer

    How to Prevent Mold Growth During Summer

    Summer in Columbus is a time for family vacations, Jeni’s ice cream, pool days, and plenty of hot, humid weather. Those humid days, unfortunately, often come with afternoon thundershowers — creating ideal conditions for toxic mold growth. Left unattended, mold can cause damage to your building or, worse, pose a threat to the health of Read more

  • Paper Towels Or Hand Dryers In The Office Restroom?

    Paper Towels Or Hand Dryers In The Office Restroom?

    Whenever you walk into a restroom there are usually one of two ways to dry your hands: paper towels or hand dryers. If you’re managing a building or managing workers’ health you should understand the difference between these hand drying methods. But first, let’s address why hand drying is so important. According to the Centers Read more

  • How to Remove Fall Allergens from Your Office

    How to Remove Fall Allergens from Your Office

    Do your associates get the sniffles every fall? Ragweed and pollen can wreak havoc on your associates’ allergies. Many people with fall allergies will tend to stay indoors when pollen is high. However, during this time of year, dust mites and mold can cause significant problems for allergy sufferers indoors. While dust mites are common Read more

  • How to Clean Spills in Every Area of Your Workplace

    How to Clean Spills in Every Area of Your Workplace

    To avoid damage, and help prevent injury to your staff, we’ve compiled a list of best practices for cleaning spills and the products you need to keep around to workplace to help you. Step 1: The 5 Ps Always follow the 5 Ps: Prior Planning Prevents Poor Performance. Make sure everyone is trained in your Read more

  • How to Remove Office Odors Like a Pro

    How to Remove Office Odors Like a Pro

    It’s going to happen. When a number of people share an enclosed space, like an office, odors will occur. Whether it’s from leaving lunch leftovers in the refrigerator over the weekend or spilling those leftovers on the carpet, we have tips to help you remove office odors. 1. How to remove odors from a refrigerator Read more

  • Office Bathroom Ideas Your Associates Will Love

    Office Bathroom Ideas Your Associates Will Love

    Office bathrooms are often ignored spaces. But, did you know the office bathroom can actually reflect your office culture. Having a well kempt and thought out bathroom shows that you care about your associates’ needs. And, investing in a great office bathroom it doesn’t have to take a lot of time or money. To help Read more

  • How to Maintain a Healthy Child Care Environment with Proper Hygiene

    How to Maintain a Healthy Child Care Environment with Proper Hygiene

    Proper hygiene in a child care facility should be considered an essential part of daily operations. Any type of facility that serves a volume of children daily – preschools, primary schools, daycare facilities, even home-based day care – should ensure that hygiene is a priority. With so many children sharing space, the risk of infection Read more

  • Key Factors of a Floor Maintenance Program

    Key Factors of a Floor Maintenance Program

    Too often managers base their floor maintenance decisions on the amount of the initial costs. Sure, the lower price tag can be tempting, but will it get the job done effectively and efficiently? Probably not. That’s why floor maintenance decisions should be made with quality in mind. High-quality floor maintenance programs prioritize these three components: Read more

  • Improving Indoor Air Quality in Your Facility: Part 3 of 3

    Improving Indoor Air Quality in Your Facility: Part 3 of 3

    Part One: The Buildings Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning HVAC system Part Two: The Source of Pollutants Part Three: Moisture and Humidity Levels Moisture and Humidity Levels Good indoor air quality requires control of moisture and humidity levels in the facility. Having too much moisture in the facility can cause biological contaminants such as molds and bacteria to thrive. Read more