Every Integrated Pest Management (IPM) Program recommends exclusion efforts to help stop rodent problems before they start. But not all exclusion practices are proven to work. Here are three common outdated products and techniques you'll want to avoid.
Grand Valley Local School District in Orwell, OH, has had nora premium rubber flooring in place for more than a decade. But it looks as new today as when it was installed.
As schools across North America grapple with ever tighter operating budgets, getting the most use of cleaning equipment is of vital importance. Here are five product benefits to consider when it's time to replace your equipment.
The environmentally-friendly GVC-18VAC combines dry steam cleaning and a vacuum system to effectively clean and sanitize almost any surface. From the classroom to the locker room, you’ll be able to eliminate bacteria and other allergens quickly and thoroughly.
Project experts at School Outfitters helped transform one elementary school's outdated media center into a state-of-the-art makerspace. See how the company's space-planning specialists tackled the project and chose the best furniture for the space.
The school, located in Concord, New Hampshire, is one of three new, futuristic elementary schools designed to meet the changing needs of 21st century learning.
Educators must learn and practice safety skills so when a situation occurs – a bomb threat, an angry parent, a suicidal student or staff member, a fire, and so on – they are prepared to respond according to the plan and procedures established in their school district.
Find out how this high school took advantage of a cooperative contract to implement a comprehensive security solution that fit their budget and prepared them for future expansion.
Are your floors really clean? Following carpet cleaning guidelines play a critical role in meeting school cleaning standards, removing allergens and reducing student and faculty absenteeism.
Working together, Dant Clayton and NJPA created the opportunity for the Beaver Local High School to replace its non-compliant and outdated bleachers with an ADA-approved grandstand, complete with a press box, that seats nearly 2,500.