Integrated Solutions

RESTORATION, CLEANING, AND MAINTENANCE

Our HarvardCare© program providesspecialized care, maintenance, and restoration of ornamental and architectural metal, stone, and wood for clients requiring quality interior and exterior services.

Metal and wood care is essential to maintaining a clean and cared for appearance. These surfaces can easily show scratches, damage, or a tarnished appearance which diminish the surfaces architectural beauty.

When it comes to your stonework, we understand the unique quality of each stone and how best to properly care and preserve their finishes without damage. Prevention is the key to preservation. Let our experts at HarvardCare® design a care package that will protect and extend the life of your investment.

For all your interior and exterior metal, stone, and wood care needs, you can trust Harvard.

 

Producing Healthy Environments

As employers think about employee wellness (more exercise, stress reduction, quitting smoking) they should also think about the cleanliness of their indoor environment. This is due to the fact that commercial buildings are tighter, house more people, and are cleaned less frequently than in the past. 

Still, many customers employ cleaning service providers to achieve only an acceptable level of appearance. We focus on where germs live and thrive: high touch points, places where people congregate often, and areas of multi-use. Our customized cleaning protocols address these high risk areas utilizing cutting edge quality assurance programs and surface monitoring tools. 

Our quality of cleaning isn’t only a reflection of the process we employ, but also of the tools we use to complete a task. We utilize the highest quality cleaning products, tools, and equipment to aid in the removal of building contaminants. Our proven systems are so complete they have earned GREENGUARD certification for their ability to improve Indoor Air Quality (IAQ).

This cleaning service meets Green Seal™ Standard GS-42 based on waste minimization, building-specific operational procedures, effective custodial training, and use of products with limits on human & environmental toxicity. GreenSeal.org.
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Integrated Solutions

Producing Healthy ENVIRONMENTS

We believe that cleaning to create a productive and healthy work environment should be an important part of an overall employee wellness program. Harvard’s Cleaning for Wellness Program, takes a different approach to improved hygiene. Our obsession around cleaning measures not only appearance but also health and safety, sustainability, productivity, and asset preservation. Harvard’s quality of cleaning is not only a reflection of the processes we employ, but also of the tools we use to complete a task.

Producing Healthy Environments

As employers think about employee wellness (more exercise, stress reduction, quitting smoking) they should also think about the cleanliness of their indoor environment. This is due to the fact that commercial buildings are tighter, house more people, and are cleaned less frequently than in the past. 

Still, many customers employ cleaning service providers to achieve only an acceptable level of appearance. We focus on where germs live and thrive: high touch points, places where people congregate often, and areas of multi-use. Our customized cleaning protocols address these high risk areas utilizing cutting edge quality assurance programs and surface monitoring tools. 

Our quality of cleaning isn’t only a reflection of the process we employ, but also of the tools we use to complete a task. We utilize the highest quality cleaning products, tools, and equipment to aid in the removal of building contaminants. Our proven systems are so complete they have earned GREENGUARD certification for their ability to improve Indoor Air Quality (IAQ).

This cleaning service meets Green Seal™ Standard GS-42 based on waste minimization, building-specific operational procedures, effective custodial training, and use of products with limits on human & environmental toxicity. GreenSeal.org.
© 2019 Harvard Maintenance. All rights reserved.