Floors are the heart and soul of every building, and they’re one of the first things a visitor will notice when they walk through the door. A well-kept floor in your building can immediately signal to your occupants that the building is clean and maintained with care, which can create a lasting impression. But because they take a beating every day, it’s critical to exercise proper floor care and maintenance.
Below are seven cost-effective tips that building managers must consider for keeping their floors clean, safe and attractive.
Replacing flooring can be a huge capital expense and a major impact to your bottom line. By following these seven preventive floor maintenance tips, you can save significant time, money and labor costs, allowing you and your staff to focus on properly cleaning other areas in your building.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Susan Scapparone has been in product management at Staples for 10 years and is director of Product Management for the Facilities Category. She leads a cross-functional team responsible for launching new chemical solutions and cleaning tools and played a key role introducing the Coastwide Professional™ J-Series line of paper and soap dispensers and refills for the modern restroom.