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Readers of Facility Maintenance Decisions and Facility Cleaning Decisions determined the winning products for the inaugural Reader's Choice Awards.
This new award program honors innovation and excellence in products that contribute to the efficient and profitable operations, maintenance and cleaning of institutional and commercial buildings in the United States.
Three winners were chosen in each of the seven main product categories of Exterior Maintenance Products; Restroom Fixtures, Consumables and Plumbing; Building Maintenance and Cleaning Tools; Floor and Carpet Care; Software; HVAC and IAQ; and Cleaning Chemicals.
In addition, winners were chosen in two bonus categories: Breakthrough Technology and Healthy Buildings.
"Manufacturers are continuously progressing product innovation. Award programs like this one provide a platform for manufacturers to showcase their latest offerings to the industry," says Dan Weltin, Editor-in-Chief, Facility Market.
Facility Maintenance Decisions' and Facility Cleaning Decisions' readers voted the following companies and products as the winners of the 2023 Reader's Choice Awards:
Exterior Maintenance Products:
Restroom Fixtures, Consumables and Plumbing:
Building Maintenance and Cleaning Tools:
Floor and Carpet Care:
HVAC and IAQ:
"This new award provides a voice to facility and cleaning managers responsible for product selection inside leading buildings in the U.S.," says Corinne Zudonyi, Editor-in-Chief, Cleaning Market. "Congratulations to all the winners."
Descriptions of the winners will be featured on FacilitiesNet.com in 2024.
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