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An Important Reminder to Employers: Happy Employees = Happy Customers

Written by Christine C.

Technology has promoted a wave of much needed customer service positions, and while striving to ensure processes are doing what it takes to make customers happy, it’s also important to take a step back and ask, “What about the customers in-house?” Like customers, employees carry the same weight in the productivity and positive working environment.

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Topics: Odors, Allergens

Take a Breath of Fresh Air This Saint Patrick's Day

Written by Christine C.

Imagine you are standing on the edge of a cliff overlooking the Irish Sea surrounded by the lush green lands of Ireland. As you inhale the clean pure air, it fills your lungs and blows through your hair ... then you open your eyes and you are standing in the living room of your home after being treated by the professional staff of Pur360!

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Topics: Odors, Allergens

How to Retain Your Elite Broker Status

Written by Zak K.

Competition, it’s a dog-eat-dog world in the real estate industry! Becoming an elite broker is a way to show potential customers that you are able to back your success story. But what can you do to not become stagnant — and instead keep your edge and continue to retain your elite broker status?

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Topics: Mold, Odors

A Simple Guide: Getting Great Tenants and Keeping Them Happy

Written by Mike G.

The difference between a great property manager and just an average property manager is keeping good tenants. However, and inevitably, both good and bad tenants do move out eventually. So, what can you do to get the good tenants back in and keep them happy? Continue reading to find out!

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Topics: Mold, Odors

How to Keep Your Employees Healthy This Winter

Written by Christine C.

As a business owner or manager, there is no escaping the not so sweet sounds of winter. Coughing, sneezing, blowing, oh my! It’s no surprise that, according to the Business Insider article, by Rachel Gillett, that more than a quarter of American workers have admitted to having gone to work while sick. In doing so, potentially spreading their illness to healthy employees.

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Topics: Mold, Allergens

6 Things to Know About Valentine's Day

Written by Christine C.

St. Valentine’s Day, also known as the Feast of Saint Valentine, or just Valentine’s Day, is the patron holiday of February. For some of us, it is just another day, for others it brings marriage proposals, flowers and/or chocolates.

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Topics: Company News

8 Important Things to Do Prior to Selling Your Home

Written by Zak K.

The other day a TV program was on where a family was getting ready to sell their home; they made it look so easy! Chuckling to myself, I thought it might be good idea to run through eight key topics to review prior to selling your home.

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Topics: Mold, Odors

What Is the Best Way to Treat My Mold Problem?

Written by Mike G.

Good or bad, we are in a time where the internet provides so much information; at times, too much information. What is the best way to decypher that information and determine what is the best for you and your family? Regarding mold, I have broken down into simple terms, what type of treatments are available to help you determine what the best is for your home and family.

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Topics: Mold

Getting Smart: 4-Step Treatment Checklist for Bedbugs

Written by Christine C.

Hopefully you have read our article on “Bedbugs: More Information Than You Wanted to Know” and you have confirmed you have bedbugs, the locations of their nests and about how advanced the infestation is based on the size and quantity of bugs. Now it’s time to take charge and get rid of the bedbugs.

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Topics: Bedbugs

Do You Have Mold in Your Basement? You Are Not Alone

Written by Christine C.

You decide to venture down into the basement for those old family albums. The door to the basement is opened, then you smell it ... musty, mold. You don’t see anything visible on the wall, but you definitely smell it.

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Topics: Mold

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