Back to Work Does Not Mean Back to Normal

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As this is being written in mid-February 2021, the number of coronavirus cases and the number of deaths have been going down. Because relatively few people so far have received any of the vaccinations now available, we must assume that this decline is the result of more people listening to the experts and taking necessary…

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Are Disinfection Tunnels Effective?

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One of our goals here at Service Keepers is to provide you with solid advice and recommendations to keep your facility cleaner and, even more importantly, healthier. Sometimes this also means that we need to occasionally discuss technologies now being introduced that might not prove as beneficial as first believed. One such technology, which goes…

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Are We Going to Mandate Vaccinations?


Are employers in South Florida going to mandate vaccinations against COVID-19? On February 11, 2021, Littler, the world’s largest employment and labor law practice, with offices here in Miami, released the results of its COVID-19 Vaccine Employer Survey Report. The study involved 1,800 attorneys, human resource professionals, and C-suite executives throughout the U.S. The study’s focus…

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Frustration Free Construction Clean Up

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Construction clean up performed after a facility has been renovated or constructed can be a source of frustration for many building owners and managers. However, it really should not be. Yes, it is a big job, and the work can become complicated.  But it should not be frustrating for building owners/managers, nor should it be for…

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New Construction Clean-Up: Consider it Done

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Service Keepers has been providing clients with new construction clean-up for quite some time; we just have not talked that much about it. However, with all the building and renovation occurring in South Florida, and the prospects that 2021 will be a good year for our economy, we want our site visitors to know we…

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COVID and Carpet Cleaning: What Building Managers Need to Know

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Here are some issues regarding COIVD and carpet cleaning that building managers need to know to protect the health of building users. But first, when it comes to cleaning, disinfecting, and stopping the spread of coronavirus, we are most often discussing hard surfaces such as high-touch points – light switches, door handles, even glass –…

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Service Keepers Honored As One of 15 Best Office Cleaners in Miami

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Service Keepers has been honored as one of the 15 best office cleaners in Miami. Each year, Expertise, a California-based research organization, analyzes companies throughout the United States in 200 different industry categories.   From these categories, they select those companies that have proven themselves exceptional – the best in their area of the country –…

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Chat with Neal Berman of Service Keepers

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Today’s post is the first in a series of “fireside chats” with Neal Berman, founder and visionary of Service Keepers, one of South Florida’s leading cleaning contracting companies. The conversation focuses on how the pandemic has impacted his company, the professional cleaning industry, and South Florida, as well as the challenges and opportunities he sees…

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Cleaning with a Purpose

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As of January 2021, American Airlines is the first airline in the world to achieve GBAC STAR Certification.  In an earlier blog, we mentioned that Service Keepers has also been GBAC certified, discussed what the Global Biorisk Advisory Council is all about, and how organizations and cleaning professionals can become certified.  The certification American Airlines…

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Why We Have that GBAC Logo on Our Website


Towards the end of December 2020, ISSA, the worldwide cleaning association, announced that more than 150 facilities and organizations have been certified and accredited by GBAC, the Global Biorisk Advisory Council, a division of ISSA.  This includes such facilities as hotels and convention centers worldwide, airports, airline fleets (American Airlines as of January 2021), gyms,…

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