Carpets in hotels, offices and public areas suffer from daily wear, dirt, odours and stains. While this is often noticeable to customers and employees, there needs to be emphasis on understanding that providing a healthy working environment is imperative to running a business in the best possible way.
Dust, allergens and bacteria build up in carpets meaning that your workforce can experience reactions linked to allergies. The outcome of this will often mean time off work, reducing productivity. Employers are increasing their appreciation and awareness of indoor air quality and offering a clean working environment for optimum efficiency.
A carpet cleaning professional is invaluable for many reasons including knowledge, usage of industrial machinery, fast and quick drying capability and specialized commercial products.
A professional commercial carpet cleaner will have knowledge on removing all types of stains and dirt areas, industrial products, a tailored maintenance programme and therefore advice on the best possible long term protection for your commercial carpets.
An industrial carpet cleaning machine has the power to remove all bacteria and germs that may be lurking deep within a commercial carpet, ensuring it is a safe and healthy environment to walk around in and free of allergens.
Eco friendly products, systems and working practices need to be primary considerations when working in businesses. A skilled professional will offer a fast and effective programme, whilst working around your existing business requirements. A clean carpet will noticeably reduce the level of bacteria and airborne dust, meaning it is less likely for your workforce to pass on coughs and colds which can make a marked difference on working productivity.
Regular office cleaners are often not equipped to deal with stains linked with commercial consumers such as drinks, mud and oil. Varying techniques are required from those often used in residential premises.
How might professional carpet cleaners complete the cleaning process?
Surface dirt, sand dust and soil are vacuumed using an industrial vacuum prior to the cleaning process. Spots and stains are pretreated with specialist chemical agents; the carpet is then sprayed with the appropriate cleaning agent. The carpet is agitated with special carpet brushes in order to help with removing surface dirt and ensures the cleaning agent is worked deep into the carpet fibers. The appropriate cleaning method is then used; numerous carpet cleaning methods are available and your chosen professional will identify the best for your commercial environment.
A regular maintenance and cleaning routine will ensure your carpets are long-lasting and do not need replacing, saving a huge cost and often avoidable outlay to your business. Productivity and budgeting are major considerations in today’s business-related society.