We all need nicely arranged spaces to relax properly - when we buy a new sofa, decorate a bedroom or choose holiday accommodation we try to pick places where we can easily imagine ourselves relaxing in. However, we often forget that the same goes for our work space. Just as we could not relax in a cold, dark and cluttered room, we cannot focus and feel motivated in a messy office.
Running a facility is a constant battle that requires you to constantly be multitasking just to keep your head above the water. So how do you handle staying on top of all your tasks? How do you do your job while maintaining excellent relations with all your suppliers?
Here are some of our top 3 tips to keeping your relationship with your maintenance company strong.
Whether it’s your home’s first winter or it’s 50th, the cold can still dramatically affect its ability to protect you against the elements.
In our last blog, we talked about how your property is at risk this winter from some serious snow and ice damage. Let’s touch on how you can prepare your home for the winter to come, no matter what state it is in.
Every year, Canadians suffer through a harsh winter only to enjoy a brief summer season full of mosquitoes and horse flies. Then winter comes around again to wreak havoc on your property.
Learn from those who’ve weathered a few winters: we prepare properties against the damage that cold weather brings every year.
At Foothills Hospital in Calgary, over a 10 year period, 40 critical injuries were recorded as a result of hanging holiday lights, 2 of which led to death. There were a further 400, less-serious, injuries that were directly caused by this holiday tradition over the same period. Avoid these 5 festive light failings when decorating your home or business this year!