Bill’s Carpet Cleaning and Upholstery Cleaning Service is dedicated to partnering with our

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clients to help them attain the best floor maintenance possible. We realize that all facilities are different and therefore our approach requires an initial analysis and individualized maintenance proposal. It is our opinion that proper floor maintenance promotes a professional atmosphere and equally important a healthy work environment.

Sick Building Syndrome (SBS) is used to describe situations in which building occupants experience acute health and comfort effects that appear to be linked to time spent in a building. To learn more about (SBS) go to . Proper floor maintenance is a major contributor to reducing (SBS). It is commonly understood that healthy employees are productive and happy, a very good combination. Along with good ventilation, floor maintenance will help to remove dust, pollen and other allergens and toxins that build up inside of buildings creating indoor air pollution. Removing these offensive particles will greatly improve indoor air quality and decrease the risk of (SBS).

Carpeting is a good choice in the work place for a variety of reasons, warmth, comfort, acoustic dampening and cushioning for our feet. It also helps to defer cleaning and maintenance costs. Unlike hard surfaces carpet will trap and hold a great amount of particulate. Studies have proven this trapping ability actually holds toxins and allergens thus keeping them from floating in air currents around your facilities and being breathed in by employees. Hard flooring does not possess this trapping quality and therefore requires cleaning much more often.

It is important to note that prior to the point of complete soil saturation carpet should be cleaned. When it reaches saturation it is no longer an effective trapping mechanism and will actually be more susceptible to irreversible damage. Various properties of trapped particulate can cause non-reversible abrasion if allowed to accumulate to the point that a carpet becomes saturated with dirt. A prudent approach to maintenance balances employee health, flooring investment, budget, and a facilities appearance as its major considerations.

It is a well known fact that people judge us by our appearance. Naturally our clients also judge us by the appearance of our facilities. Therefore, Bill’s Carpet and Upholstery Cleaning Service emphasizes a proper approach to maintenance using a seven step system. The following system allows us to customize our approach to your floor maintenance. Our seven step carpet maintenance system includes recommendations, products and services.

Our Cleaning Maintenance Analysis is the first step to creating our individualized floor care proposal. At Bill’s Cleaning Service we are carpet, tile and furniture cleaning specialists.

Our deep cleaning services complement your in-house cleaning or contracted janitorial staff. Therefore, we hope to create an environment of cooperation among all of your dedicated cleaning staff. As a specialist we hope to provide education and advice to extend the life of your flooring. In addition as previously stated we want to help you maintain a professional appearance and healthy workplace.

Bill’s Carpet and Upholstery Cleaning Service ~ Seven Step Carpet Maintenance System

  1. Dirt Containment
  2. Dry Soil Removal
  3. Spot Removal
  4. Interim Maintenance
  5. Deep Cleaning
  6. In-house Staff Training
  7. Scheduling/Periodic Review

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Bill’s Carpet and Upholstery Cleaning Service seven step carpet maintenance system outlined above is a beginning point. Please contact our office if you would like a free no obligation analysis. One of our cleaning professionals will meet with you and create a customized analysis.