3 Reasons Why Floor Care Is Important
It is normal if you want to keep your flooring looking great; however, is it really required to invest in an expert floor care provider? It is, yes, and below we list 3 top reasons why:
Shiny, clean flooring is the expectation, and not the exception
Flooring sets the mood for your patrons right when they enter. A shiny and clean foundation gives them a feeling of comfort-ability and develops a sense of trust in your business whereby neglected flooring makes them wonder what the remainder of it is going to appear like—assuming they are willing to move ahead. DNA Pro Clean pride ourselves in floor care needs of all kinds for your home and business call us today to schedule an appointment.
If your facility is new, you likely will get compliments on the floor. However, unless you invest in expert commercial floor maintenance, it will not always remain that way.
Your floors’ condition represents your company’s level of cleanliness, attention to detail, as well as professionalism. Put plainly, when was the last time you wanted to return to a filthy facility? I’m sure the answer is never.
Safety is a high priority
Even though the look of your flooring is crucial, the subject of safety takes priority. Flooring that has been incorrectly tended to or word down, poses a severe risk to anyone entering your business. Slippery floors and cracked surfaces are some of the main reasons for workplace injuries. Depending upon the surface, regular sweeping will not do a lot to prevent slips. Sweeping doesn’t do anything as far as creating a surface that is resistant to slips. The small dust particles being swept around act like sandpaper–gradually breaking down the friction required to maintain correct footing. Accidents occur; however, if it is preventable, why should you take the risk? Entrusting a high-quality floor maintenance crew is essential if you want to decrease your hazards and restrict your liability.
Concern yourself with your business, and not your floors
Floors are expensive. Taking correct care of your company’s floors undoubtedly will save your facility money in the long-term. However, as a facility director or business owner, you already have a ton on your plate. Handling insurance liability, safety issues, handling chemicals, evaluating floors and knowing the composition of various surface materials easily can become overwhelming–and it probably isn’t in your job description.
For more information on how DNA Pro Cleaning & Restoration can benefit your facility, call us at (703) 520-5060.