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SCS Group Supports Investing in Building Maintenance as Part of All Government Spending Budgets

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Investing in Facility Maintenance Proves to be a Smart Choice

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BOSTON, MA, August 18, 2014 /24-7PressRelease/ -- SCS Group announces that it is proud to support the investment in building maintenance and janitorial services for government entities. As the government, federal and state budgets come to a close and new budgets are created, there are concrete reasons your building needs to consider investing in building maintenance.

Just as deferred maintenance on our homes can be very costly in the long run, the same is true of government investments in facility maintenance, cleaning, etc. Maintenance that is deferred too long may require assets that would have lasted many more years to be replaced prematurely at much higher cost.

"There has been increasing growth in building maintenance, yet a decrease in buildings that maintain their homes," added Trevor Rhone, Owner of SCS Group. "It is important that government offices are aware of the importance in being proactive to building maintenance. It is our job to be proactive to any deterioration or unhealthy workplace environments."

SCS Group has had great success with the government market and this past year opened a new office in Virginia. Notable clients can be found on the website at www.scsgroup.us.

SCS Group can provide your business with a sense of security and trust. Some of our specialties include:
- Carpet cleaning
- Hard floor care
- Window washing
- Office Cleaning
- Restroom cleaning
- Trash collection
- Grounds cleaning
- Common area cleaning

"Our GSA Assistant Regional Commissioner, along with other personnel from Boston, was on site today. As they toured through the facility, [he] made it a point to comment to me and all in the group about what a clean, impressive facility we have. This speaks volumes about the job your SCS crew are doing." -Charlie, GSA

Janitorial Services
Choose daily, weekly, monthly, or a one-time only commercial janitorial service for your company or government agency. SCS Building Maintenance, Inc. is an 8(a) certified company. Our government and commercial cleaning services are secure, professional and help you maintain a clean facility.

We will work with you to customize a program to your needs. Give us a call: 1-508-879-0062.

Contact us today for a green initiative custom plan and pricing: http://www.scsgroup.us/contact

About SCS Group
SCS Building Maintenance meets high quality standards and all government and commercial facility needs. Our government and commercial cleaning services are secure, professional and help your organization maintain a clean facility. All employees receive thorough training and adhere to strict standards of total quality management. They are fully instructed in HAZCOM, equipment, chemical, and professionalism curricula by an OSHA certified trainer. All of our maintenance teams are led by highly competent supervisors who inspect the work on a regular basis and take corrective action when necessary. http://www.scsgroup.us

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