It’s true that many of us don’t give much thought to carpet cleaning in our offices until a spill or stain occurs. However, regular cleaning and maintenance of office carpets are essential for several reasons. Here are some key factors to consider:

Employees bring dirt and dust into the workplace on their shoes. Using tread mats at entrances can help trap debris, but it’s important to vacuum these mats and the office carpet daily to remove as much dirt and dust as possible.

Eating and drinking at desks can result in food particles and drink stains on the carpet. Promptly cleaning up spills and providing designated break areas with tables can help prevent odors and bacterial growth.

Moisture and warmth create an environment for mould and mildew growth beneath the carpet. Regular cleaning and ensuring carpets remain dry can help prevent these issues and the associated health risks.

People shed millions of skin flakes each day, which can accumulate in the office carpet. Regular cleaning helps remove these flakes and maintain a healthier environment.

Various chemicals can get tracked into the office on shoes, such as oil from vehicles or lawn treatment chemicals. These substances can damage carpet fibers and affect the carpet’s appearance.

Dust mites, fleas, and other bugs can thrive in office carpets, feeding on skin flakes and dander. These bugs can trigger allergies and asthma attacks in some individuals, making regular carpet cleaning essential.

While daily vacuuming is a good start, it’s not sufficient to fully address these factors. Professional carpet cleaning should be scheduled at least once a year, if not more frequently, to effectively remove allergens, stains, and other contaminants that may have accumulated over time. Spring is an ideal time to prioritize carpet cleaning and rid your office carpet of winter-related issues. By investing in professional cleaning, you can keep your office carpets looking and smelling fresh, while also extending their lifespan.

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McArdles Cleaning & Restoration Technicians are the “face” of our business and more than likely the people you will have the most contact with. All of our technicians are highly trained – not only in the professional services they provide, but also in customer service. We see staff technical training as being a very important aspect of our service and hold frequent training sessions where all of our staff have the opportunity to develop and extend their knowledge.