Operating a facilities management company means knowing and understanding your customers and their unique needs. It means using the right equipment for the kinds of needs that you have, not simply following a one-size-fits-all type of philosophy. If your business requires specific cleaning supplies that address… Read more
Well, what you are paying for, and what we do at AHI, is to promise to provide “CONSISTENCY”. We strive to maintain a consistently good performance level at all times. We believe this can be accomplished if our cleaning technicians are fully trained in accordance with the specifications designed especially for… Read more
You’ve heard of them, and probably have had to use them, but what exactly makes SDS and MSDS Sheets important? Safety Data Sheets are important because of the fact that they help you, as well as those you work with and work for, enjoy safety in the workplace. A safety data sheet contains the information Read more
When it comes time to move your career and your facility to new heights, there are many avenues you can take. One of the best and most effective routes is to attend the annual IFMA World Workplace Convention. This year, the convention will be taking place in Phoenix, Arizona from October 16-18. Making plans to Read more
Windows are a good thing. They allow people to see in and see out and observe the sights in the Dallas area. They look good when they’re clean. When they’re not clean, however, you may be telling people things about your company and your business that you may not have wanted to. After all, what Read more
We at AHI feel that “Quality” is the level of performance that you expect from your contracted Facility Services Company. AHI is honored to be certified by CIMS. CIMS is the first comprehensive management and operations standard for cleaning organizations. Administered by ISSA and the American Institute for Cleaning Sciences, CIMS is a standard of excellence designed to help building service contractors and in-house service providers develop quality, customer-centered organizations.