When it comes to your commercial flooring, maintenance is not an option, it is a necessity. So what can you do to make sure that your investment isn’t wasted? We’ve gathered our favorite tips so help you keep your commercial flooring in tip-top shape.
When the summer shoes go away, winter boots start to make their appearance. And with them, come dirt, gravel, and mud. A high quality vacuum kept on site and used on a regular basis will make sure that what gets drug in doesn’t get ground into your floor, ruining it.
Keep in mind that those boots aren’t just dragging in dirt and debris, they’re also dragging in water and snow. Water and snow on your floor can potentially develop into water damage, and can also become a safety hazard to your staff, and customers. To help combat this, place rugs and mats at all entrances, both inside and outside your facility, to stop as much water as possible from entering your place of business.
Ensure that your walkways and parking lots are as clean as possible. A clean outdoors can lead to a clean indoors. This can help cut down on dirt and mud coming inside in the first place and makes your maintenance easier.
Keep a stock of old towels on hand for those situations where your mats don’t catch the water. A quick cleanup is sometimes all that’s needed to keep your floors dry and avoid slips and falls, and potential injuries.