What Is In a Floor Maintenance Program and Why You Need One
If you’re responsible for the upkeep of your facility, it’s a good idea to develop a floor maintenance program because it will save you time and money, and it will extend the life of your floors. In addition, a good
4 Myths About Commercial Floor Care
Floors make up the largest surface area in your facility. They’re also one of the most expensive assets in your facility. To ensure they look as good as possible, last as long as possible, and provide safe air to breathe,
What is in a Commercial Flooring Warranty?
If you’re like most people, you have no desire to read the warranties for the floors in your facility. This isn’t a problem if your floor care provider is well acquainted with what’s in them, but if they aren’t, this
How Much Does It Cost to Strip and Wax Vinyl Composition Tile?
No two Kansas City commercial floor care jobs are exactly alike. Vinyl Composition Tile (VCT) has the same properties no matter where it is, but VCT in one facility should be maintained differently than VCT in another facility because each
Proper Care of Rubber Flooring
Rubber flooring has been receiving more attention recently as an effective sustainable flooring option in many Kansas City facilities such as schools, gyms, institutions, and more. Rubber flooring has numerous benefits, from sustainability to performance. Rubber flooring has very
The Newest, Best Way to Care for Your Commercial Floors (part 2 of 2)
In my last blog (Is This How You Care for Your Floors?) I discussed and compared costs for the two most commonly-used approaches to floor care: preventive and reactive. I also said I don’t recommend either. If you use either
2 Most Common Floorcare Methods: Preventive vs Reactive (part 1 of 2)
Your floors are one of the most valuable assets in your building. Your tenants—and the clients who visit their offices—make judgments about your tenants’ professionalism based, in part, on the appearance of your building’s interior, and while your building does
Taking advantage of your buildings downtime
We are coming to that time of year when buildings are often closed or have greatly reduced traffic as businesses close for the holidays. This downtime or reduction in foot traffic can be a great time to tackle those bigger