• What Is Included in a Commercial Maintenance Contract for Summer?

    The important things you need to know about floor and carpet commercial services for your business this summer.

    Carpet in Office

    Looking at commercial services for the floors and carpets of your business and wondering if it’s really worth the investment? What you need is a breakdown of what’s included. Here’s what commercial services can offer you this summer:

    Regular Maintenance

    One of the best ways to improve the indoor air quality in your building is with regular carpet and floor cleaning. It reduces contaminants in the air by removing dust and dirt particles from the floor. Regular maintenance does just that. It removes the dirt and debris from your carpets and floors to keep your place of business looking great and the air inside clean.

    Preventative Maintenance

    Keeping the outside clean helps keep the inside clean. Keeping fresh, clean mats available outside entrance doors helps keep outside dirt outside your building. A coarse texture will pick up the most dirt, and regular cleaning and replacement as part of a commercial maintenance contract will prevent a lot of extra dirt from getting inside.

    Interim Cleaning

    You’ve got regular cleaning in place, but do you need interim cleaning as part of your contract? Well, that depends on the amount of traffic you have and if you have trouble spots that seem to get dirty faster. Interim cleaning uses low moisture so drying time is quick and won’t interfere with daily business but will keep your carpets and floors looking great longer.

    Regular floor cleaning is important to your business. It helps give the right impression to your customers, clients, and employees while improving your indoor air quality and ensuring a clean, healthy environment. For the best floor and carpet cleaning commercial services contract for your business, contact the team at Whitehall Carpet Cleaners by calling 803-732-3200 or by clicking here.

    By: Matt Lashway Wednesday, August 05, 2015
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