Having clean floors can change the impression of a space dramatically, whether it’s an executive office space, educational institution, controlled environment or manufacturing and production facility. Although a thorough cleaning once floors are dirty gets the job done, preventing the floors from getting dirty in the first place can be a more efficient and productive way.
Using floor mats by entrances and other heavy foot traffic areas can greatly reduce the amount of dirt and debris that transfers to the floors. During the summer, fine particles like sand, dust, and dirt can get trapped in shoes, so it is helpful to have mats year round.
Use the right supplies
The best way to maintain and clean floors is to use the most effective tools and supplies available. Often, places that use simple mops and buckets are leaving potential for more filth and health hazards like mold.
One of the most common mistakes people make is to wait until floors are noticeably dirty to clean them. At this point, it is often more difficult to remove and clean the floors, and there is most likely a high amount of dust, pollen, and other allergens in the atmosphere, which creates an unhealthy working environment. Hiring a professional certified cleaning company like New England Cleaning Services, Inc. is the most productive way to not only clean your floors, but to improve the longevity and condition of your floors. Leave the cleaning to professionals who know the proper ways to maintain and clean them, and have all of the necessary advanced equipment and supplies to ensure a safe and sanitary environment.
No matter what state your floors are in, they can always benefit from a maintenance cleaning. New England Cleaning Services, Inc. provides a wide range of facilities with general cleaning, as well as emergency cleaning, restoration and project services. Our staff is highly trained to professionally handle all cleaning matters and we provide 24/7 client support. Please contact us at our Waltham office at (781) 890-2000 for a free quote today!