REPLACE YOUR CARPET, OR RESTORE IT?
A full restorative commercial carpet cleaning should take place at least once a year to remove the accumulation of soil build up in higher traffic areas within your facility.
Soil is the natural enemy of carpet. It damages carpet fibres by attaching to sticky residue left behind from things like coffee spills. Without proper cleaning, carpet fibre damage leads to fading, discolouration, matting, fraying and ultimately premature and costly replacement.
A regular commercial carpet cleaning maintenance program is ideal to maintain the performance and beauty of your carpet, but an annual full restorative carpet cleaning is advisable to prolong the life of your carpet investment.
ServiceMaster Restore of Barrie & Collingwood uses cleaning methods and products that have been tested and refined over our over 65 years in the commercial cleaning business. We can provide a commercial carpet cleaning program that is right for your business, and your budget.
WE USE ENVIRONMENTALLY SAFE PRODUCTS.
All of our commercial carpet restoration, cleaning and maintenance programs use our specialized equipment and proprietary environmentally safe GreenFOR® products. Our cleaning methods follow the guidelines and practices of the IICRC and of carpet manufacturers, and our equipment and products are also CRI approved.
FULL RESTORATIVE CARPET CARE: A FIVE-STEP PROCESS
Breathe New Life Into Your Carpets
ServiceMaster has been providing customer satisfaction in the commercial carpet cleaning industry for over 65 years. Our outstanding reputation is due largely to our full commitment to quality and exceeding our customer’s service expectations.
What is a code or by-law upgrade?
A code or by-law upgrade is an upgrade that is made when your commercial property’s pre-loss condition no longer meets legal building codes. Your insurance company may recognize code upgrades in the estimation process. Any questions regarding code upgrades should be directed to your Insurance Adjuster.
Do I need to move out of my home during the restoration process?
Depending on the extent of damage, your insurance representative can help you answer this question. Ultimately, however, this is a decision you must reach on your own. Some things you may want to consider are safety concerns, odours, electricity, and disruption as a result of the equipment, work and noise that may be necessary to complete the restoration process in your home. If vacating your premises during the process, consider forwarding your mail to your temporary residence; stopping your newspaper and other deliveries; notifying your utility company, cable company, etc., of the temporary suspension of services during the restoration process.
What To Do When Your Basement Floods
The number of basement floods are on the rise. Even if you haven’t had a flood, every home is at risk. The most common causes are heavy rainfall, burst pipes or a failed sump pump. No matter what the cause is, a flooded basement needs to be