From October 29-November 1, thousands of cleaning professionals will gather in Dallas, Texas for the annual ISSA Show. ProTeam will be present at booth #5717, and this year our focus is on the freedom of cordless cleaning. In preparation for the conference, we asked our core team the question, “Where can users go without a cord holding them back?” Read some of their answers below, and stop by the ProTeam booth at the end of the month to give us your own!
Great for lobbies and public areas to avoid cords!
Frank Baldwin | Business Development
In a healthcare setting, users can now go wherever employees and visitors are without the risk of a trip and fall hazard, and can now clean areas that generally do not have power receptacles like elevators and stairwells. Simply put, healthcare customers can go much further, more effectively and efficiently without a cord.
Users can clean staircases, hard-to-reach ledges, high up rafters and pipes. Even Santa’s little helpers get into the act! The user in this photo is helping keep the HVAC ceiling vents nice and clean at a Senior’s Center.
Users can go everywhere. One user does edge cleaning and chair rail dusting in the halls once a week with the GoFree Flex Pro. They say it’s amazing how much faster and cleaner they can do them without a cord.
Anywhere! That is the advantage of being cordless. Users can access any space high or low in a facility without being tethered by a cord or find outlets to use.
Susan Pursley | Customer Service Supervisor
Stairwells, elevators, the furthest corner of the room that usually stretches a corded vacuum to its limit, a crowded public area, places where there is not an outlet to be found. The cordless vacuum allows you to be free to clean as you need without worrying that someone might trip over the cord or that you will need to find another outlet to plug into.
Elevators – the beauty of an elevator it can take you where you want to go quickly (well most of the time). Cordless innovation allows you to go anywhere. Especially in and out of elevators without the fear of the cord getting stuck.