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The Ultimate Guide to Commercial Lawn Care

When your clients visit your office or a site that you own, your reputation depends on displaying a professional appearance. If your property looks like it lacks care, clients may choose to work with a firm that has a better presentation. Fortunately, by investing in commercial lawn care, you can instantly impress potential customers. Cultivating…

A Sparkling Season: The Importance of Commercial Cleaning for Offices during the Holiday Season

As the holiday season approaches, offices are buzzing with festive spirit and anticipation for the celebrations ahead. Amidst the hustle and bustle, it’s crucial not to overlook the significance of maintaining a clean and hygienic workspace. Commercial cleaning plays a pivotal role in ensuring a healthy and welcoming environment for both employees and clients during…

Here’s Everything You Need To Know About Liming Your Commercial Lawn

Soil pH and fertility management go hand in hand when it comes to keeping your commercial lawn healthy and free of weeds. Gardeners will most likely need to lime their lawn at some point. Lime is a soil amendment used to increase the soil’s pH, making it less acidic. When soil pH is too low,…

THE DIFFERENCES BETWEEN EVERYDAY OFFICE CLEANING SERVICES, SANITIZING AND DISINFECTING

Cleanliness in the office workplace is more important than ever. However, many business owners need help determining the best services for their companies’ unique needs. The key to creating a safe and healthy workplace is understanding the differences between janitorial cleaning services, commercial sanitizing and disinfection services. Here’s what owners and managers need to know…

Do’s and Don’ts of Winter Commercial  Lawn Care

It’s not uncommon for commercial lawn care to fall by the wayside as temperatures drop and snow begins to cover the ground. Chances are your lawn mower is already in storage as you enjoy the break from outdoor yard chores until spring. However, maintaining your commercial lawn throughout the winter will make for a healthy,…

Building Services

A&R Integrative Janitorial Services  is a family owned company that has been serving buildings in Green Bay and surrounded areas over 5 years. Our success has been based on our intense focus on the details, exceptional customer service and 5 start program. Our well trained  staff works around your schedule delivering exceptionally clean facilities. We…

The Importance of Professional Commercial Cleaning

A clean and well-maintained space is not only aesthetically pleasing but also crucial for the health, productivity, and overall well-being of its occupants. While do-it-yourself (DIY) cleaning might seem like a cost-effective and convenient option, there’s a compelling case to be made for the importance of professional cleaning. In this blog post, we’ll explore the…

When to cut your lawn for the final time before winter, according to gardening experts

The mild autumn is finally turning, and with it, the time to start packing away the lawn mower and wrapping up plants has come. However, if you’re worried that you’re packing yours too soon, we can reveal that around now (the start of November) is ideally the last time to mow your lawn before winter…

WHY A COMMERCIAL CLEANING COMPANY IS THE ONLY OPTION FOR YOUR BUSINESS

Maintaining a clean and healthy environment is crucial for any place of business. However, not all cleaning services are created equal. At A&R Integrative Janitorial Services we specialize in commercial cleaning services, unlike residential cleaning companies, which focus primarily on homes. The differences between the two types of companies are more significant than they may…

7 Reasons You Should Never Leave Your Grass Too Long Before Winter

Commercial Lawns evoke a sense of pride in homeowners, providing a lush landscape that frames a property. As such, they require feeding, weeding, and regular clippings to look their best. There’s no doubt there are questions about what to do in the winter months when things go dormant and temperatures drop. Fortunately, grass is resilient…