From Eric Nei the Cleaning Guy

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Nine Questions to Ask Your Claim Adjuster

Eric Nei - Tuesday, December 26, 2017
It's happened. Your life now includes working through a home or business insurance claim to recover from water, fire or mold damage. As cleaning and restoration professionals we can help you be ready to work through this process. In this blog post I cover one step in this pro ..

Four Professionals You Need to Know for Disaster Recovery

Eric Nei - Tuesday, December 26, 2017
ONE IN SEVEN! That you will file an insurance claim of some kind this year. The better prepared you are, the easier the process will be. If this is a restoration project on your home or business property, it's a complex process involving at least 4 people. The better ..

Can you trust social media reviews?

Eric Nei - Monday, October 16, 2017
CAN YOU TRUST SOCIAL MEDIA REVIEWS? Absolutely, but only if you know how they happen. Social media reviews on sites such as Facebook, Yelp and Google Reviews are the new word of mouth. As a consumer, you likely look at reviews before you make a purchasing decision. Sevent ..

A Small But Deadly Mess

Eric Nei - Tuesday, April 05, 2016
It's late March. Spring is trying to get a foot hold with a few bare patches of ground in the yard. I'm vacuuming around the dog's floor bed. I see a small brown moving dot just off the edge of the dog bed. It's an encouraged tick. I missed October 2007 as I worked through Ly ..

This May Be The Dirtiest Thing in Your Home

Eric Nei - Monday, January 18, 2016
What may be the dirtiest thing in your home? Door knobs? The kitchen sink sponge? Toilet seats? The blog pic gives it away. It's shoes. According to Rare.com (http://rare.us/story/you-should-never-wear-shoes-inside-the-house-and-this-is-why/) a University of Arizona Study fou ..

The Value of Value

Eric Nei - Sunday, December 13, 2015
As consumers we often talk about the 'value' of a purchase. Value is subjective, while price is objective. Value is the importance of a purchase. For instance, a necessary prescription may have a high but a low price. The value equation, then, considers the benefits and impor ..

6 Tips to Keeping Things Fresh

Eric Nei - Friday, December 11, 2015
it can be tough to keep up with cleaning during the winter. The formula of more time indoors and more stuff tracked in on shoes and paws means more mess. These ideas will help you stay ahead of the mess. 1. Get your vacuum serviced and use it often to reduce dust loads a ..

Full Janitorial Services for Offices!

Eric Nei - Thursday, March 12, 2015
Looking for a change in office cleaning service? Maybe you are considering hiring a cleaning service for the first time? Contact us (contact-clean-as-can-be.html) today for a FREE Site Evaluation. Learn more about our full service office and Janitorail Services (janitorial-se ..

10 Tips to Save Money With Contractors

Eric Nei - Thursday, March 12, 2015
We all want to reduce our expenses. However, saving money by working with the cheaper service provider may be a very expensive way to save money. Thoughtful, intelligent home and business owners consider a wide range of issues when selecting a service provider. This article p ..

You Can Fix the Economy

Eric Nei - Thursday, March 12, 2015
"Three laid off in small northern Wisconsin town." Not much of a news headline, unless you realize that according to US labor statistics 85% of employed people work for small business. A small business is a business that employs less then 100 people. So, in reality nearly eve ..

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