Top Flooring Options for Homes, Businesses, and Rentals and More

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Top Flooring Options for Homes, Businesses, and Rentals and More

Are you choosing flooring for your home, your business, your investment property, or anywhere else? Then, let me help. Hello, my name is Sarah. In this blog, I'm going to cover everything from refinishing old wooden floors, to importing rugs, to choosing the most comfortable carpet pad, to selecting colors that make your rooms look perfect. I'm not a flooring professional, but I have installed my fair share of floors. I also love design, and in addition to redecorating my own home, I've helped a lot of friends with their homes and renal properties. As the previous owner of a boutique, I also get how important flooring can be for reflecting your brand and creating the right vibe. Check out my posts -- I hope you enjoy them. Thanks.



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Types Of Services Commercial Carpet Cleaners Offer

If you own a business, you'll most likely find that a carpet deep-cleaning is necessary at least twice a year, depending on how busy your office is. Rather than do the dirty work yourself, call on the help of a professional commercial carpet cleaning service to get the job done.

There are many benefits of having your office space professionally cleaned, making it well-worth the money spent. Not only will the thorough cleaning get rid of any deep stains and make the flooring more aesthetically pleasing, it will make your office more sanitary. Old, dirty carpeting can harbor bacteria, mold and mildew, making your employees' allergies flare up. Clean flooring will make your business smell fresh as well. 

Carpeting cleaning services typically use heavy duty state-of-the-art equipment, as well as an arsenal of products to extract all of the dirt and debris out of your flooring. If an eco-friendly office space is important to you, look for a company that uses all-natural, enzyme-based cleaners or steam cleaning machines rather than harsh chemicals.

Here are some services that a commercial carpet cleaner can offer your business:

1. Carpeting and Rugs 

In addition to deep-cleaning your office's carpeting, the company can also make area rugs look and smell like new by using the same technologies and products. Floor coverings in high-traffic areas, such as lobbies and waiting rooms, can be just as dirty at carpeting so it's important not to overlook them. 

If the rugs are Oriental or Persian, or made out of any delicate or natural materials, let the cleaning company know before they arrive. They may have to bring cleaning supplies made specifically for them. 

2. Upholstery 

A lot of carpeting cleaning services are also equipped to clean furniture upholstery, as they can use some of the same products and machinery. Ask the professionals to freshen up office chairs, waiting room couches, or any other type of upholstered furniture pieces when they come for the carpeting cleaning. 

Not only will the clean seating elements make a good impression on your customers and clients, they'll also give your employees a healthier work environment. 

3. Water Extraction 

If you office experiences minor flooding due to a busted pipe, a broken water heater or a leaky roof, it's critical that the water is removed from carpeting right away. Call in the carpet cleaners to extract the excess water from the flooring fibers, which will prevent mold and mildew damage. In order to do a thorough job, they may also have to pull back the carpeting to dry the padding underneath.