RELIABLE & PROFESSIONAL COMMERCIAL FLOOR CLEANING
ServiceMaster Clean brings over 65 years of experience, research and development in the commercial cleaning services industry. As a professional commercial floor cleaning company, we have the expertise and resources to provide our customers with outstanding commercial floor cleaning services for all types and sizes of commercial and industrial facilities including office buildings, hospitals, schools, high-tech facilities, and more.
Each type of commercial hard-surface flooring requires specific care to maintain its original brightness and surface texture. Whether your floors are vinyl, ceramic, marble, quarry, tile or made of other materials, you can depend on ServiceMaster Of Brantford to create a custom commercial floor cleaning service plan to suit your particular facility’s requirements and budget.
ServiceMaster Of Brantford uses the most advanced and innovative floor cleaning products, equipment and methods available in the industry, to protect and prolong the lifespan of your commercial flooring.
You can rely on ServiceMaster Of Brantford to keep your hard-surface floors long-lasting and looking their best. Maximize your investment with a hard-surface floor cleaning program from the experts at ServiceMaster Clean.
BENEFITS OF OUR HARD-SURFACE FLOOR CLEANING SERVICES
- Helps provide clean, safe and healthy environment for employees, customers and guests
- Improves slip resistance on hard-surface flooring, to ensure safety
- Utilizes the most current innovations in hard-surface floor care
- Protects your commercial hard floor investment and avoids premature replacement
- Offers advanced hard-surface floor restoration processes and products
- Maintains your facility’s best professional appearance
As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, businesses and organizations of all sectors are implementing heightened levels of cleanliness and disinfection in their facilities to prevent the transmission of infectious disease. To respond to these new requirements, ServiceMaster Of Brantford offers electrostatic cleaning and disinfection or disinfecting fogging, and high-touch sanitizing services as part of our list of commercial facility, office cleaning and industrial cleaning services.
DID YOU KNOW
COMMERCIAL FLOOR CLEANING IMPROVES WORKPLACE HEALTH AND SAFETY
Clean and well-maintained commercial hard-surface floors provide greater slip and fall protection. Using the proper cleaning and finishing products, equipment and methods is critical for maintaining the slip-resistance rating of the flooring in your building, office or other facility.
Our professional commercial floor cleaning services include:
- Cleaning and sanitizing
- Stripping and Waxing
- Tile & Grout Cleaning and Grout Colouring
- High speed burnishing
Did you know?
Is drying and curing the same thing?
No. Drying means that the surface layer is no longer wet or damp to the touch. Curing, on the other hand, means that acrylic has reached its maximum hardness thereby providing the necessary protection of your flooring.
Will applying urethane void my manufacturer’s warranty on the floor?
It may. However, most factory warranties do not cover scratching, wear and abrasion. If your floor has reached this stage, your best option is to protect it. Many factory finishes will eventually wear out. You can most closely achieve that factory type finish by applying a thin coat of urethane. Refer to the manufacturer’s warranty.
How long will it take to have my floors coated with acrylic?
Preparation will depend on the condition of the existing floor, current number of coats, repairs required, etc. When applying an acrylic finish, stripping of the old finish is usually necessary. When that’s the case, finish removal plus the application of 3 coats of finish requires 1 hour for every 150 square feet of flooring. Generally, 3 coats of finish are required to achieve the desired effect. If a floor does not require stripping, it can generally be shower scrubbed which is a procedure used for preparing a floor for receiving a new layer of finish. Once that has taken place, a floor can be recoated at anywhere from 4,000 to 6,000 square feet per hour.