Tuesday, September 04, 2012
School District Sees Significant Savings with Buckeye
Hampton Township School District was founded in 1862 in
Allison Park, Pennsylvania. Several schools in the district are
recognized by the National Blue Ribbon Association for their academic
achievements including Hampton High School, Wyland Elementary School, and Central Elementary School. Additionally, for the fourth year in a row, Newsweek Magazine ranked Hampton High School one of "America's Best High Schools". Rick Farino, Buildings and Grounds Supervisor, and Debbie Alderman, Head Custodian at Hampton High School, were introduced to Buckeye hard floor care, proportioning systems with dilutables, the Symmetry™ Hand Hygiene Program, and the Reflections® Wood Floor Program.
They were not only impressed with the quality of products, but also
with the overall cost savings. Once they implemented Buckeye products,
several staff members thanked them for choosing great products.
The Reflections Wood Floor Program provided significant savings for
the school district. "We save roughly 25% because of the competitive
pricing and how well Coliseum™ 350
holds up," says Farino. They were coating and screening their wood
floors in-house, but overpaying for product. Using Coliseum 350 combined
with Buckeye training keeps their gym floors looking great the entire
year. Farino says what stands out about Buckeye compared to other
suppliers is, "Buckeye is adamant about providing proper product
training and following up."