• Successful Strategies for Keeping Winter from Disrupting Business

    Can commercial services impact your business for the better?

    Pressure Washing the Sidewalk Outside of a Business

    It’s winter and you have commercial services on your mind. No? Okay, well maybe not, but you should. They can help you with your list of successful strategies for keeping winter from disrupting your business. Here are some ideas regarding the ways commercial services can benefit your business:

    Pressure Washing

    The outside of your business can take a beating, especially in the winter. All of the mud and dirt can build up on sidewalks and walkways and create a hazard for your customers and your employees. Regular pressure washing can get rid of the mess that makes getting to your business doors difficult, without disrupting your daily traffic.

    Carpet Cleaning

    Clean carpets say a lot to your customers about how you value their business and their impressions of your company. No one wants to shop or work in a dirty environment. Regular carpet cleaning and maintenance can help keep your workspace clean, the area clean for your customers, and it can also improve your indoor air quality by removing contaminants before they become airborne. 

    Floor Cleaning

    You know all of that mud and dirt and debris that you find outside your store? A lot of it makes its way in your front door and onto your shiny clean floors via the bottoms of peoples' shoes. Regular commercial cleaning can not only help give your customers a good first impression by making your business look great, but it can make your building a safer place to work and shop. Not to mention it can also help lengthen the life of your floors by limiting exposure to contaminants that could damage your floors. 

    There’s no better time to make sure you keep your business safe and clean than in the winter. For the best commercial services to keep your business humming along, contact the team at Whitehall Carpet Cleaners by calling 803-732-3200 or by clicking here.

    By: Matt Lashway Wednesday, November 04, 2015
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