Carpet / Floor Cleaning
The true value of clean is the financial result from reduced absenteeism and valuable asset prevention, as well as from improved employee morale and performance. To maximize that value we place emphasis on improving the health and safety of the building’s occupants.
Trained professionals are equipped to measure the cleanliness of an area or building. But the occupants use their senses (i.e.: smell, sight, touch) to perceive how clean everything is.
Studies have shown that the perception of cleanliness is more highly influenced by the condition of the floor than any other aspects of cleaning. In fact, hard floor care is number one and carpet care is number two.
3 components of floor care:
1) Routine maintenance
2) Interim maintenance
3) Restorative maintenance
Routine maintenance (vacuuming, sweeping and mopping) and restorative (carpet extraction, and stripping and waxing are the most common, but we promote and offer interim maintenance using when in most cases extends the life of the floor. We put emphasis on the use of interim maintenance procedures to drive down the overall costs associated with maintaining floors, while improving their appearance and the floors' performance.
Examples of interim maintenance:
- Floor scrubbing and hard floor re-coating
- Floor buffing/burnishing
- Carpet shampooing
- Dry powder or carpet absorbent cleaning
- Bonnet Cleaning
- Effective spot and stain removal
- Type of stain
- Type of carpet or flooring material
- Appropriate chemical cleaning agent
- Proper spot/stain removal method (Simply spraying one chemical on any spot or stain rarely completely and permanently removes the spot and in some cases can damage the carpet.)