It’s something we hear a lot: “We’ll wait until spring to have the carpets and upholstery cleaned.” While on the one hand it seems like this is the sensible and frugal choice, you might be surprised to hear that it’s not.
Waiting can cause serious carpet damage. The longer salt, soil, and muddy snow are ground into the carpet fibers, the more damage the floor covering can sustain. These tiny abrasive elements, brought in on every foot, break down the carpeting and shorten its life expectancy. Since the floor coverings are one of the costlier items in your office, it only makes sense to keep up with professional commercial carpet cleaning so you’re not faced with replacement costs every few years. Soiled carpets are also harder to clean, and you may incur additional costs if the carpets are severely stained and need to have special treatment.
A clean environment reduces employee down time. If half your office staff is out with a bug, your business is less productive. We spend much of our time indoors during the Des Moines, IA, winters. Soiled and dirty carpets can contribute to poor air quality and harbor bacteria and allergens.
Carpets dry faster in the winter. The winter months are dryer with much less relative humidity in the air, so carpets dry faster. Faster dry times mean less time for mold or mildew to develop in your carpets and upholstery.
The winter offers more flexible appointment times. During the winter months, we have more openings available so we can get you ready for your office party or a visit from your CEO on short notice!
ServiceMaster Green has been serving Des Moines, IA, area businesses with premiere commercial cleaning services for 50 years. Our highly vetted and professionally trained staff can be on site quickly to help with any cleaning needs you might need. We provide:
- Carpet and upholstery cleaning
- Hard surface floor cleaning
- Commercial janitorial cleaning
Don’t wait for spring when we can get the job done sooner! Contact us today for your commercial cleaning needs in Des Moines, IA, at (515) 255-7775.