Commercial carpets are typically a short pile type of carpet. It's designed to withstand a lot of foot traffic and can hold (or hide) a decent amount of soil. That doesn’t mean it’s okay to neglect it, but it's more like buying your time between cleanings.
Soiling may not show up right away; it is hidden, and you may not know this, but the most significant percentage of soil is dry. Dry gritted soil can damage your fiber tips.
Vacuuming is the key to preventing extensive soil buildup, and that’s the only way to get rid of it. For this reason, you can only imagine how much extra soil builds up in your carpets.
From small business owners making all the decisions to maintenance managers controlling medium to large-size buildings, they still need to have their property's commercial carpets cleaned at some point.
Here we are to fulfill that need! We make tough decisions when planning and coordinating projects, but we have extensive commercial carpet cleaning experience. Finding a reliable company for the job is vital to 4SanNity.
Commercial carpet cleaning at an office building.