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Carpet cleaning anchorage alaska

An important part of owning a business is making sure that your physical space is a healthy and clean atmosphere for your customers and employees. One of the filthiest things is your business is probably also the most overlooked — the carpet and floors. Floors get dirty right? Of course they do, but it’s probably much worse than you think. A carpet can accumulate up to a few pounds of dirt per year, as well as house mold and viruses. Experts recommend hiring commercial carpet cleaners once every year to year and a half. Here’s what you should ask when you’re looking.

How much do you charge?
This is an obvious one. You should get quotes from prospective companies before committing to hiring one. What you’ll need to know before calling is the square footage of the area you need cleaned, since this is typically how commercial carpet cleaners charge.

What types of services do you offer?
This is an important question to ask if there are different types of flooring in your business — which there should be since no bathroom should ever be carpeted. Make sure that the prospective company is equipped to clean carpeting as well as tile or laminate floors. It would be a huge hassle to have to hire a separate company to clean the other type of floor.

What type of carpet cleaning products do you use?
This is a really important one for the life of your carpet and for the health of your employees. You’ll want to make sure you ask what types of products they use to make sure they won’t harm the carpet or be bad for anyone’s health.

Do you have any other tips for finding professional carpet cleaning services? Let us know in the comments. Read more here. Reference links.

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