Floor Stripping, Waxing, and Buffing are Important

The floor of your business is the lifeblood of your business. A clean, well maintained floor tells customers that you are ready for business. If your floor is sticky, dirty, or shows signs of years of damage, customers will take notice. Your bottom line will be affected and you might not know that your business’s dirty floor is the reason. The best way to maintain your commercial floor for years is to strip, wax, and buff it at regular intervals. These intervals could vary according to your business and could be between a few months or years. It all depends on the foot traffic of your floor. The best way to manage and maintain your commercial floor in South Carolina is to get in touch with the professionals at Upstate Janitorial.

Why are floors worth maintaining? Shouldn’t a floor last lifetimes?

Most people ignore the floor they walk on because they are unaware of the work involved with maintaining it. Janitors around the world understand the necessity of maintaining a commercial business’s floor, but your everyday person is naive about what goes into maintaining a commercial floor. As foot traffic flows and time passes, a commercial floor may become dirty, sticky, and unsafe to use. If left dirty and unmaintained, a commercial floor can quickly become a hazard and, in some cases, require a whole new floor to be installed. The only way to avoid these liabilities is to hire a professional janitorial company to handle the maintenance of your floor.

What is involved with stripping, waxing, and buffing a floor?

A lot of work is involved with stripping, waxing, and buffing a floor properly. Doing the job thoroughly and properly is the only way to get quality results. A floor stripped, waxed, and buffed poorly will likely need a complete redo because the results will be lackluster and the floors quality will quickly turn back to filth. It takes knowledgeable professionals to deliver a thorough strip, wax, and buff job. If you need to find out everything involved with stripping, waxing, and buffing your commercial floor, contact the floor cleaning specialists at Upstate Janitorial for answers. Our team of experts will be able to walk you through the entire process and show you the difference between a properly stripped, waxed, and buffed floor and what you currently have.

Can I strip, wax, and buff my own floor?

You can strip, wax, and buff your own floor, but it is highly advisable to use a professional service provider like Upstate Janitorial to avoid problems. If you attempt to strip, wax, and buff your floor without the right tools or knowledge, you run the risk of completely ruining your floor. The cost to replace a commercial floor is astronomically high compared to hiring professionals to do the job. There is no question that the risk involved with attempting it yourself is not worth the savings. Commercial businesses need to focus on their business and should leave stripping, waxing, and buffing floors to the professionals to avoid problems. 

How much does it cost to strip, wax, and buff my floor?

The cost to strip, wax, and buff a floor depends on the given area. The larger the floor, the more it will cost to strip, wax, and buff. If you need to know how much it will cost to strip, wax, and buff your commercial floor, contact the friendly flooring professionals at Upstate Janitorial. We will be able to provide a free estimate for the work and advise you on proper maintenance and floor management techniques for your business. 

If you are in South Carolina and need your commercial floor stripped, waxed, and/or buffed, contact the professionals at Upstate Janitorial. Our team has the right tools for the job, the necessary knowledge and experience, and go out of our way to satisfy our clients. We know the importance of a clean floor to conduct business and we know how to get the job done. 

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