North American Power Sweeping Association

Sweeping Divided by Thirds

September 1st, 2015 by administrator

Whether you believe you can work successfully with third party providers or not is your opinion. There are however, some basic business realities that sweeping contractors need to think about when making the decision to participate or not participate in third party business. The first economic reality is that the margin is not with the… Read More

The Myth of Multitasking: How Doing It All Gets Nothing Done

July 1st, 2015 by administrator

© Invaluable Inc. All rights reserved. All text is protected by copyright laws. Unauthorized copying, reproduction, and broadcasting prohibited. by Dave Crenshaw Author, The Myth of Multitasking I’d like to share a valuable principle with you. It’s something I’ve taught to many business owners and executives I’ve worked with. This principle may go against the… Read More

NAPSA Members have the Fast Track on Funding of Equipment

April 1st, 2015 by administrator

Financing really can be quick and easy.  NAPSA members know how to make this necessary business operation move forward successfully. Here are some tips to streamline your next loan or lease to make your equipment purchasing seamless. Do your research and find a lender who specializes in your industry.  If you are a member of… Read More

The Creature of the Night

March 1st, 2015 by administrator

I went to my local grocery store last night. It was rather late at night, but I like the lack of competition for parking spaces at 11:30 PM. As I was walking in, I saw something noisy approaching in a large cloud of dust.  Just ahead of the dust was a mechanical monster of a… Read More

The Value of Power Sweeping

February 1st, 2015 by administrator

Some property managers feel that power sweeping is a service that is aesthetic driven and for some, that may be the case. Power sweeping does improve the direct impact of the attitude of customers of the property through aesthetics but that is not even close to being the only purpose for this process. A huge… Read More

Contractual Language Protection

January 1st, 2015 by administrator

Given the fact that we live in an ever growing litigious world, property owners and managers are being advised by their legal counsel and insurance risk managers to insert as much language in their vendor contracts as possible to protect their interests. One of the ways this is done is by using what is commonly… Read More

A Manager’s Guide to Getting the Most Value from Your Parking Lot Sweeper

December 15th, 2011 by administrator

By Michelle Crawley For property owners, maintaining an attractive building interior and exterior is a priority. It draws new tenants and customers, and keeps existing occupants happy. It shows that the office building, warehouse or retail center is a professional, premiere location. While most building owners know that beautiful interiors and landscaping add to aesthetics… Read More