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Get The Right Commercial Floor Cleaning Machines for Your Business

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Because of their steep tag price, commercial floor cleaning machines are considered as major investments, especially for small- and medium-scale businesses who are working with limited budgets. The pressure to get the most productive and cost-efficient machine causes many businesses to make the most common mistake when buying floor cleaning machines – blowing their budget on the most expensive floor cleaning machines the market has to offer. Businesses are often under the misguided notion that if it costs an arm and a leg, then it must be the best. They often overlook that it’s compatibility, and not price that determines whether a floor cleaning machine is worth the investment or not.

What Type of Floor Surface Do You Have?

A typical automatic floor scrubber comes equipped with different brush types, and knowing which brush to pair with which floor surface is the key to achieving the maximum clean for your floors as possible. Read more from this blog. http://bit.ly/2rnJiRc

Green Specs of Commercial Floor Cleaning Machines

The cleaning industry can be described as constantly evolving and adapting to the times. With the growing need for greener and environmentally conscious efforts, manufacturers of commercial floor cleaning machines are updating their products to minimize their impact on resources and to make them safer for human health.

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Top Ways to Invest in the Right Commercial Floor Cleaning Machines

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There’s no denying the fact that clean floors can bring numerous advantages to businesses. Not only can you promote safety within your premises, but you’re also engendering loyalty among your customers.

If you’re just about to start with your own business, consider investing in high-quality commercial floor cleaning machines to keep your floors looking at their best. Like most investments, however, proper thought must be given in choosing your tools and equipment.


Set a Budget

Though cleaning equipment is a significant investment, it can also yield a significant return on investment, especially if you set your budget wisely. Whether you’re purchasing new or used equipment, setting a budget for cleaning machines and equipment is a must prior to heading out and making a purchase. Read more from this blog. http://bit.ly/2qbENoQ

Cleaning Services Should Use the Best Machines

Uncertain economic environments in places like small towns are creating opportunities for large box stores and warehouses to set up shop. The option of building a large store in a small town is extremely inviting to corporate entities and town planners alike.

New Business Means New Cleaning Service Opportunity

The construction of large stores with expansive floor designs provide new opportunities for people who are breaking into the commercial cleaning business. Many corporate building owners, in a show of local solidarity, are open to cleaners who are based in the same areas where new buildings are being constructed. This provides incredible contract possibilities for small businesses to compete for floor cleaning assignments.

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Considerations to Make When Buying Commercial Floor Cleaning Machines

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Property managers or building administrators tasked with up-keeping the maintenance and cleanliness of their commercial properties benefit from investing in commercial floor cleaning machines. While they may seem expensive at first, they prove to be smart investments in the long run.

The equipment you buy should be of top quality. Here are some simple but helpful tips for you to keep in mind when shopping around for cleaning supplies.

Consider Floor Type

Different flooring materials require different methods of care. For floors made of laminated hardwood, a machine with less abrasive force is a viable option. These usually come with a disc attachment and also work well for vinyl-covered floors. Read more from this blog: http://bit.ly/2obrCU2

Key Features of Commercial Floor Cleaning Machines

When choosing commercial floor cleaning machines, you take several factors into consideration. These include the type of surface, the size of the debris and dirt, the amount of dirt, the character of the dirt and debris, the size of the facility, the ideal size of the machine itself, and the number of people who are involved in the cleaning process. Once you’ve determined what type of cleaning machine your facility requires, you can then choose between a ride-on variety and a “pusher” or a walk-behind equipment.

In addition to these considerations, you should also take a look at several other features that can be very useful and can maximize productivity. Read more of this post

A Guide on Keeping Your Commercial Floor Scrubber in Good Condition

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Buying an automatic floor scrubber to keep your business establishment clean is a worthy investment. Among other floor cleaning machines, a scrubber will help provide a conducive environment for your employees and customers. A dirty building may turn clients off, as well as expose your staff to health and safety risks.

Owning a commercial floor scrubber, however, doesn’t stop when you purchase it. You need to know how to properly use and maintain it as well. This way, you can extend its service life, preventing damages to it that may disrupt your business’s maintenance schedule. When keeping cleaning equipment in good condition, you have to consider several factors.

Brushes

The brushes attached underneath the machine gather the dirt and debris. Given this, it’s necessary to clean the bristles regularly. Otherwise, the dirt will collect there and eventually lead to a machine malfunction. Read more from this blog: http://bit.ly/2kwgoeS

Commercial Floor Cleaning Machines are the Way Forward for Hospitals

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If there is one place that needs to keep its floors clean and free from dirt and bacteria, it’s a hospital. With the constant foot traffic and potentially harmful or even deadly bacteria that can be left on hospital floors, investing in commercial floor cleaning machines has never been a higher priority for such organizations.

While the traditional mop and bucket system worked for a while, it has been proven that mops do not actually pick up the dirt, but simply dilute it and spread it around. It may look like you are getting rid of the dirt but in reality, you aren’t. The other big problems with a mop and bucket are the labor hours that it takes to get the job done, the waste of water and disinfectant and the potentially harmful wet floors it leaves behind. Read more from this blog: http://bit.ly/2l06bGD

Large Areas Require Commercial Floor Cleaning Machines

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When mops were first invented in the 1920s, it was a revolution as it meant that one did not need to get down on one’s hands and knees when scrubbing floors. It took a lot of labor out of cleaning floor areas, and not owning a mop was considered unwise if one’s responsibilities involve keeping floors clean.

So, it is a bit counter-intuitive that people would have second thoughts about getting a commercial floor scrubber when their responsibilities involve keeping large floor areas clean, especially if they are under pressure to keep the cleaning activity within a specified timeframe, and within budgetary constraints. Read more from this blog: http://bit.ly/2iKjOqe

Has Your Business Outgrown Your Vacuum Cleaner?

As a small business owner, you know all too well the struggles of sticking to your budget when running a company. And when it comes to cleaning equipment, you, along with others, would probably think that those dollars could be put to something that serves the core competencies of your business. But when exactly is it time to upgrade your cleaning equipment from the typical household vacuums to the industrial-grade ones?

Selecting a Commercial Vacuum Cleaner

While a commercial vacuum cleaner is a larger investment than the regular household kind, these types of machines are more durable, which means they can can be used 24/7. However, before you purchase your commercial vacuum, it’s best that you understand what your needs are. Do you need one that can pick up screws and nails? Or, do you need something more lightweight, one that you can easily carry around from one place to another? The great thing about using commercial cleaners is that most manufacturers can service them as well.

At the end of the day, however, you only need to look at your employees to decide if it’s time to make the move to a commercial vacuum cleaner. If they have been spending more time cleaning instead of manning the cash register or talking to customers, this is a sure sign that it’s time for their time to be put to better use.

Remember that properly maintained offices and commercial establishments are attractive to clients, and most customers will agree that a tidy space is a reflection of how you run your business to some degree. However, if your employees are wasting too much time doing this, then yes, your business has outgrown your vacuum cleaner. Invest in commercial floor cleaning machines today to get the job done in much less time.