Commercial carpets are designed to stand up to more wear and tear than residential carpet varieties. In order to help commercial carpet last longer, it needs regular maintenance to keep up with the increased foot traffic. If not properly maintained, over time, dirt and dust accumulate and become ground in to your carpet fibers. Dirty and stained carpets are unhealthy and not good for business! Keep your carpets looking great and represent your business well by having your carpets professionally cleaned by Preferred Carpet Care in Redding.
Professional Carpet Cleaning For Your Business
Why is professional carpet cleaning vital? Take a look at the following reasons.
The Nitty Gritty
Dirt, dust, and sand, even oil from parking lots become stuck to your shoes and end up in the carpet. Vacuuming only eliminates only some of the dirt and soil found in the carpet, but doesn’t remove stains. Other chemicals get tracked in on shoes as well that damage carpet fibers and shorten its life.
Food and Drinks
When employees eat at their desks, there will inevitably be food and drink stains on the carpet. Stains damage commercial carpet and can lead to unpleasant odors and bacterial growth.
Mold, Mildew, and Other Germs
Home and business carpets harbor pathogens and bacteria such as mold, mildew, salmonella, E. coli, and staphylococcus. These cannot be seen because mold and mildew form underneath your carpet in warm, wet environments. Potentially harmful bacteria and other pathogens can survive in uncleaned carpet for more than a month. The best way to prevent this is by keeping your carpet clean and dry.
Vacuuming carpets is a great start but leave the real cleaning to our Redding carpet care professionals. Having carpets professionally deep cleaned at least once per year is an excellent way to remove dirt and stains, prevent illness, and extend the life of your carpet. Contact Preferred Carpet Care today to schedule an appointment to have our hardworking professionals keep your carpet looking great and your employees healthy!
- Posted by Rod Barth
- On August 2, 2018