The success of a retailer isn’t only about the merchandise offered. The atmosphere of a store is just as important – and that includes floor and carpet cleanliness. Whether your retail space is mostly carpeted, tiled, or otherwise, commercial cleanings keep the space looking fresh, clean, and worth a customer’s time, attention, and money. Plus, a smart business goal is to provide a clean and healthy environment for all customers and employees.
Since offices endure a different kind of living than a home, it can be easy to overlook the cleaning needs of this type of space. It’s important to keep in mind, however, that employees inhabit their work environment more than their own home, spending most of their waking hours on the job. And if you have clients, customers, and visitors regularly making their way through your premises, you can be sure they will bring with them their own footprint in various ways. Cleanliness is essential to your image, reputation, and efficiency. Here are four must-have office cleaning needs for every corporate space.
The terms “carpet stains” and “carpet spots” are often used interchangeably. However, all carpet discolorations are not created equal. There are differences between carpet stains, carpet soiling, and carpet spots. Identifying the type of marking on your carpet is as important as knowing what caused the discoloration so that the right type of carpet cleaning treatment can be used to eliminate the blemish.
Choosing the right carpeting can be complicated. There are many options available, and there is far more to consider about carpeting for your home than just color and plushness. You want to choose a carpet that has longevity, is healthy for your family, and is also easy to clean. Here are the factors to consider as you make decisions about what’s underfoot in your home.
Depending on the line of business you’re in, you may not give the carpet in your environment much thought. The reality, however, is that carpet makes a big difference in the success of your operation. Commercial carpet cleaning is important aspect of your business. And a professional carpet cleaning can help keep your good reputation intact.
Choosing carpeting for a basement is complicated. There are many variables to consider, especially moisture. If your pipes burst in the cold of a Michigan winter, you have a leak, or there is flooding after heavy snows melt, your basement will bear the brunt of these problems. And if you have basement carpeting, it won’t fare all that well with moisture. Carpeting is, by nature, highly absorbent.
If you are an allergy sufferer, you know it is never too soon to prepare for allergy season. With the odd changes in weather and temperatures, it’s hard to say when spring will actually be in full bloom. Prep now to protect your tender sinuses and skin from the worst of seasonal allergies. Here are just a handful of ways to safeguard your home, from duct cleaning to carpet cleaning.
Maybe you live in an upper-floor apartment or condo and are required to have wall-to-wall carpeting. Perhaps you are renting and are not the decision-maker who chooses what floor coverings your home will have. Then again, you might have all the opportunity and room in the world to change your carpeting but you don’t have the energy, resources, or desire to do so. If you must live with carpeting in your home (for whatever reason), but you’re not particularly smitten with this floor covering, it’s time to learn the secrets of falling in love with your wall-to-wall carpeting.
When you have babies and little kids running around your home, carpet cleanliness takes on a whole new meaning. Even if you have rules about not eating in the family room, or only doing crafts at the craft table, it is impossible to completely eliminate the kinds of stains caused by a child. From food spills to spit-up, diaper blow-outs to a rogue marker, kids manage to leave small and large messes in their wake. There are, however, some ways to successfully protect your carpet from the chaos of children.
Winter in Michigan is no joke. Snow, ice, slush, rain, salt, ashes, dirt, mud. The amount of moisture and gunk and build-up that occurs outside also follows you into your house. Don’t allow your carpets to be exposed to such serious destruction.