There is a saying in building maintenance that goes like this: “As the floors go, the building goes.” It does NOT matter how great everything else in your office or showroom looks, if the carpets look bad the building looks bad. Carpet is a major expense and has some real positive attributes if maintained properly.
But what is proper maintenance? The first step in proper maintenance is vacuuming. This is a must do step, no exceptions! When soil is left in your carpet it acts like sand paper every time someone walks over it. Over time that “sand paper” effect really uglies your carpet out. It makes the fibers look dull and dingy.
Shaw Industries, one of the world’s largest carpet manufacturers, recommends hot water extraction by certified technicians. And here’s why hot water extraction (HWE) is recommended:
From full cleaning to spot cleaning, furniture cleaning and Scotch guard fabric protecting are some of the principal services On the Spot Cleaning offers. With thirty years experience, the art of fine furniture cleaning has been mastered with all fabric types, even leather.
When it comes to cleaning fabric, the methods vary as much as the fabrics themselves. A simple test can determine which method is appropriate for your furniture.
We love our pets and want to keep them a part of our family. Pet ownership adds to the challenge of maintaining a clean and healthy home. At On The Spot Cleaning, we sure can help you meet those challenges.
Pet odor is a very common problem. From minor problems to major headaches, On The Spot Cleaning can help find the solution that works best for you. In many cases our normal cleaning process is all that is needed to correct minor pet problems. The problem with pet odor is that it can be much deeper than it first appears. Pet urine can easily soak through the backing of the carpet into the padding underneath.
Most buildings have different Maintenance needs, so I offer a personal consultation. I do a walk through and measure up, pinpoint concerns or problem areas. I offer Maintenance Schedules, which work best for some buildings.
• Inspections monthly or bi-monthly