It will depend on the foot traffic inside your building, as well as the use of it, for how often your floors should be vacuumed. For instance, a childcare center or a restaurant will likely need to vacuum daily, but a small office may only need to be vacuumed once a week. Decide how often your floors should be cleaned, and then stick to the schedule. This kind of general maintenance will help keep your carpet in better condition over a longer period of time.
Make Use Of Mats
Placing doormats at all of your building's entrances will significantly reduce dirt from being tracked in, as well as the wear and tear that can occur to the carpet. Keep doormats regularly vacuumed and on a deep cleaning routine. Having mats for under chairs and desks is also beneficial. They are meant to prevent leaving heavy furniture marks and ruining the carpets fibers, however they also are great for preventing spills and stains on carpet around desk areas where people are often eating and drinking.
Spot Clean Stains The Right Way
Businesses are prone to excess dirt and spills, so it's important that cleaning crews are well trained in how to treat spots and prevent them from damaging the carpet. Spills should be cleaned immediately using the blotting method, and then using the appropriate cleaning solution to clean out the rest of the stain. It is important that the cleaning solution is safe and recommended to use on your specific carpet type.
Have A Regular Deep Cleaning Schedule
Most commercial buildings with carpet that see a lot of foot traffic are more prone to soiling their carpet in a short amount of time. Having your carpet professionally deep cleaned will remove dirt and debris that gets deep within your carpet fibers that are often difficult to remove with just a regular vacuum. Our team of carpet technicians are experienced, efficient, and can manage any cleaning job big or small.
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