Commercial Carpet Cleaning
A building with clean carpets improves the air quality and overall environment, making it a more pleasant place to work at.
This fresh atmosphere contributes to workplace wellness and tenant comfort.
Soiled carpets hold dust, particles, allergens and fiber-damaging grit; therefore, keeping carpets clean means not waiting until they “look” dirty.
That’s where an interim maintenance program is effective.
Not only is carpet appearance and cleanliness maintained between restorative maintenance cycles, but carpet longevity is also increased.
A comprehensive carpet care program always includes daily preventive procedures, scheduled interim maintenance and periodic hot water extraction deep-cleaning.
Easy, effective, GREEN!
Low-moisture organic compound, which meets criteria for green cleaning standards, makes dirt disappear.
Embedded soil is released and carpet is left looking new after each scheduled cleaning application without harming carpet fibers or leaving sticky residues.
Since only a small amount of water and solution is required during interim maintenance, carpet damage associated with over-wetting and facility disruption is eliminated.
The importance of minimum cleaning frequency
The secret to successful interim maintenance is simple: Schedule minimum cleaning frequency.
In order to maintain a consistent level of interim care, it is important to identify heavy, medium and light traffic areas, then accordingly schedule – and adhere to scheduled – minimum frequency cleaning.
All the guesswork is taken out of maintaining the highest possible overall appearance.
This is not a complex process.
Having a scope of work sets a measurable standard to follow, which makes the facility manager’s job easier.