Hard Surface Floor Care

Preventative Floor Care

The best technique for stone and tile flooring care is prevention.

With that in mind, many facilities have found it to be exceptionally advantageous to invest in matting for reception spaces and their entryways. Service Keepers is here to maintain matting, too.

Pro Tips:

  • Specialists say matting should be placed in the entryway of a facility.
  • Providers additionally imply putting matting on the outside of the facility (in addition to walk-off mats) in high-traffic areas throughout the targeted area.

Daily Care for Stone & Tile Floors

Daily cleaning plans are essential in prolonging the life and look of stone as well as tile in different areas (e.g., reception, entryways).

An average day-to-day floor care plan for stone and tile floors includes dust mopping using an untreated dust mop, vacuuming, damp mopping, and an auto-scrubber when necessary.

Since stone and tile flooring in reception and entryways are subject to high foot traffic, it may also be required to scrub the stone floor once a day and wet mop at times using a neutral pH floor cleaner.

The utilization of an auto-scrubber additionally loosens any dirt, which may be missed during damp mopping.

Hard Surface Maintenance

We perform the following professional stone care maintenance services:

  • Cleaning and Sealing
  • Refinishing Natural Stone Floors
  • Diamond Cutting
  • Honing
  • Polishing
  • Etch Removal
  • Lippage Removal
  • Epoxy Filling
  • Grout Cleaning
  • Grout Removal and Replacement
  • Stripping and Waxing
  • LVT Care

In addition to these services, Service Keepers can provide you with preventative stone care maintenance plans for commercial facilities to care for your floors. We service

• Countertops

• Floors

• All-natural Stone Surfaces

To help increase the longevity of your facility, Service Keepers can design a care program specifically for you.

Another great preventative measure for stone and tile floors is pressure washing and sweep washing the footpaths outside of the facility.

Most of the dirt brought in by people is the grit from the pavements and sidewalks stuck on shoes. Hence, if you’re able to prevent this by getting rid of that dirt before people can step on it, the chances of it tracking inside of the facility lessen. Another great result of this prevention effort? The rest of the cleaning process becomes effortless, too.

Following these easy recommended steps can help maintain the look and natural beauty of stone flooring. Regardless of your floor’s condition, Service Keepers Maintenance, Inc. is here to provide the best solutions to natural stone and tile floor issues.

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