The appearance of your facility reflects the image of your organization. Is it saying what you want it to say?

To keep your new floor looking great and performing at its best requires a structured maintenance plan It extends the new look of your floor, as well as its life cycle.

A properly maintained floor also promotes the health and well-being of employees. By using the right environmentally responsible mix of maintenance chemistry and processes to keep your floors bright and clean, you maintain a healthier work environment for your employees. That means fewer sick days and greater productivity.

At Great Floors, we can help you devise a cost-effective flooring maintenance plan and ensure that the maintenance service you receive will produce the best results by developing an optimal schedule and using the right products for your floor. As an independent flooring contractor, we are not bound to any single mill or cleaning product manufacturer. At Great Floors, our maintenance recommendations are based on what works best for your flooring.

Our charts illustrate two different approaches to floor maintenance.

Plan A illustrates that with a proactive maintenance program, the average carpet retains most of its original appearance over time.

Plan B illustrates that reactive maintenance cannot bring carpet appearance back to the levels maintained with a proactive maintenance program. The results indicate that with Plan B, the carpet's life is shortened and the life cycle cost increased.

Regardless of who installed your flooring, we know how to take care of it. To keep your new floor looking great and performing at its best requires a structured maintenance plan. Not only does this extend the look of your floor, it extends its life.