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Rest Room Courtesy Is Still Appreciated

10-31-2016 10:54 AM CET | Business, Economy, Finances, Banking & Insurance

Press release from: Allen Maintenance Inc.

Respecting strangers is common courtesy; at least it should be. Kudos to those who respects others’.

Historically, restroom courtesy has been engrained in ethics of social responsibility. After all, since grade school, most people have learned the value of picking up behind themselves, when using public rest rooms.

Yet unfortunately, there are still countless people who lack rest room courtesy.

As a commercial cleaning and building maintenance service provider, too often, Allen Maintenance Inc. employees- encounter commercial restrooms that lack adult cleanliness. Toilet paper is often left behind on the floor, torn in tiny pieces; water is splattered on the mirrors and left atop of sink counter tops.

Even worse, toilets are often left unflushed; and trash tossed on the floor surrounding commodes.

Please be aware: Restroom courtesy is still appreciated in 2016.

After all, having respect for others’, conveys superior ethics and social responsibilities. But how can we as American citizens, improve the disrespect, some citizens have towards others, in restroom ethics?

Allen Maintenance Inc. thrives to provide clients with excellent services deeply rooted in professional janitorial and building maintenance quality.

Yet many local business owners tend to overlook the need to implement professional cleaning services and building maintenance; due to a lack of trust in the services provided by many janitorial and building maintenance companies.

Despite this fact, this shouldn’t be a qualified reason for not providing your business patrons, with sanitized rest rooms. After all, lacking respect for clean rest rooms, isn’t a sign of professionalism.

Therefore, if you own a business in the Eastern District of Michigan, and seeking to build alliances with a trust worthy commercial cleaning and janitorial sanitation service provider, contact a professional, who has built a long standing reputation over the last 25 years, helping local businesses meet the professional standards of cleanliness, in compliance with the Michigan Department of Community of Health.

To learn more about Allen Maintenance Inc., log on to their Website at Or to query about estimates, call Allen Maintenance Inc. at 313.383.4840; Monday-Friday 9a.m.-3p.m.

Allen Maintenance Inc. has been serving businesses in the Eastern District of Michigan for more than 25 years. Founded by Jerry Allen, this commercial janitorial and building maintenance service provider, provides superior, quality, cleaning services and building maintenance that helps stamp out germs and bacteria.

4224 Dix-Toledo Hwy.
Lincoln Park, MI 48146

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