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When determining the lifespan of your floors, there are a few questions to consider, such as how much foot traffic does the area see?
Is the product sturdy enough to handle the everyday wear and tear of the space? And finally, have you kept up with the recommended maintenance for your particular flooring type? Too often, new clients will ask us to replace a floor that has seen considerable damage over the years due to neglect. While the floor may need to be replaced regardless, some of the damage could’ve been avoided or diminished with routine maintenance.
We always try to educate our clients on the importance of scheduled maintenance for their commercial floor, not only to protect their investment long-term but to ensure their space maintains its aesthetic for years to come. Keep reading to learn more about the importance of scheduled maintenance.
A dingy floor can give your customers the wrong impression. If thorough cleaning is put off for too long, then stains and dirt can become difficult to remove and create lasting damage, such as abrasions and scratches from the debris. That’s why ensuring your flooring is cleaned regularly, both on a weekly basis at a minimum and a yearly basis, by a flooring professional will keep it looking cleaner and healthier.
With cold and flu season approaching, having a clean and sanitary environment is crucial for protecting your patrons. This is especially important for schools, churches, or any commercial space where children will come in close contact with the floor. At Commercial Flooring & Interior Concepts, we’ll evaluate your flooring and devise a cleaning schedule that suits your commercial space to create a safer commercial environment.
The money put into your commercial space is an investment in your business to help make a comfortable, clean, and aesthetically pleasing area for your customers and employees. If you’re not taking the time to properly maintain your commercial floor, then it could end up costing you. Make sure you’re catering to the needs of your floors by enlisting the help of a professional to perform timely and expert maintenance.
Not sure what type of maintenance your floor needs or when? Our team can assess your space and determine what is needed, how often, and if extra care should be focused on high-traffic areas. Learn more about our services!
*Photo courtesy of Mannington Commercial.