If your office, condo, or apartment complex has hardwood, tile, or linoleum floors it is important to regularly clean them. Common areas are often high trafficked and this can cause a lot of damage to your floor over time. To protect your floors from damage, it takes more than just vacuuming and sweeping on a regular basis. Here are a few ways to increase the lifespan of your floors and keep them shining.

1. When To Buff Your Floors

If your floors are scuffed and scratched, vacuuming and sweeping will not be enough. Your building’s interior makes an impression to your visitors, tenants, and customers. Buffing can restore shine to your floors and improve your building’s overall aesthetic look. For commercial buildings, it is very common to have your floors buffed as frequently as once a month. For low traffic areas, it is recommended to buff every few months or four times a year. If you are not buffing your tile or linoleum floors often, then we recommend looking into dry or wet buffers to improve your floor.

2. Should You Disinfect Your Floors

Vacuuming and sweeping will get rid of dust and debris that sit on top of your floors, but they do not provide a deep clean or have an effect on bacteria. Mopping with disinfectant products can remove bacteria and improve the air quality of your home. This is highly recommended for common areas where dirt and crumbs are often caked into cracks in your floors. Using disinfect can protect your floor and the health of your tenants or customers. Make sure to you disinfectant that is rated for your specific floor type.  

3. Hire a Commercial Cleaning Company

Many cleaning companies focus primarily on cleaning homes. Commercial cleaning companies can help with larger corporate projects including, hotel lobbies & hallways, stairways, and office floors. A commercial cleaning company can buff and disinfect your floors. Best of all, when you work with a commercial cleaner you can have the entire area cleaned including carpets, furniture, and other surfaces.

Contact Champion Cleaning

If you are a property manager or want your office space professionally cleaned in Massachusetts or New Hampshire, contact Champion Cleaning. We provide a variety of cleaning services for your business’ common areas. Call or fill out our online contact form and a member of our team will respond quickly.

3 Ways To Improve How You Clean Your Floors

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