Springtime is Cleaning Time
The winter has come and gone. Hopefully your carpets have had a maintenance program applied to them…if not, you might see some major indicators of the need for a deep-cleaning job.
Springtime is the optimal time for a pre-inspection or re-inspection of all your commercial carpets. Evaluating your carpet's specific needs and locating any damage that may have occurred over the winter months is a key when planning carpet treatment plans. The CRS team can suggest and determine the best method for cleaning your carpet.
CRS' deep extraction cleaning is especially needed when your carpets exhibit signs of being:
- a different colour
- soiled with circles around chairs & furniture
- layered with dust which is released when walked upon
- stained with hard or crusted spots or stains
Now is the time for you to schedule a deep extraction cleaning. CRS understands that spring cleaning may never become effortless but with our trained and certified technicians we make it manageable and effective. Businesses and facilities deserve and need to look fresh and clean to help increase the productivity and health of the people in them.
During the early months of spring, CRS stresses the importance of focusing on removing any dirt and grime left by the wet winter months. We recommend touching base with one of our carpet care managers to set up a customized and comprehensive approach for all your carpet care and maintenance needs. One suggestion is using our hot water carpet extraction process, which can quickly rejuvenate your carpets.
Spring is Preventive Cleaning Time
We also recommend getting into the habit of carpet maintenance – early. By implementing a cleaning program, businesses have a better chance of keeping as much soil as possible out of buildings and facilities.
Preventive Spring Carpet Cleaning should include:
- Placement of entrance mats in high traffic walkways
- Sweeping sidewalks and entryways
- Reviewing problem areas
- Spot cleaning stains
- Dry vacuuming regularly to reduce dirt and allergens
- Refreshing upholstery
- Restorative deep cleaning
- Dealing with airborne pollutants
- Deep cleaning fibre to remove non-living as well as living irritants
Reduce the contaminants that visitors can track into your facility. The first line of defense is sweeping, shoveling or washing as much soil, mud, sand, snow, slush or ice away from sidewalks and entryways as possible. Doing this should be part of your carpet maintenance plan and will go a long way in preventing carpet deterioration.