Daimer Blog

February 25, 2016

Combat Carpet Wear in Your Business with Carpet Cleaning Machines

Few floors take the beating that yours do in your business office. Incessant foot traffic, day in and day out, seem to cause expedited wear and tear despite your efforts to preserve the floor. When it comes to running your business, we know the things that are most important to you. Whether you own a large company, manage an office, or run a team from a small suite uptown, you have too much on your plate already without having to worry about carpet cleaning.

Be that as it may, having an office that's sanitary and a work environment that is enjoyable is something that remains high on your list of priorities if you want healthy, happy employees who remain eager to put in the hours you need on a weekly basis. A dirty office will not only repulse your employees, but it'll also prove to be a distraction to the ones who do choose to work through it. On the flip side of that problem, having cleaning solutions or equipment in place that lack a certain quality and efficiency might be expensive, and might come with certain stipulations that you can't afford to adhere to. So, what's the solution? Daimer makes a range of carpet cleaning machines that are affordable, easy to use, and extremely effective in getting the job done.

Carpet Cleaning Machines

Determine What You Need to Use

We don't recommend you take a wild guess as to what you need to clean your office carpets, and commercial carpet cleaning machines are not, in any way, a one size fits all deal. So – how will you know what to choose? First, you should determine the size of the area that needs to be sanitized. Large carpeted areas (like massive industrial centers) will need to operate for larger periods of time without having to stop for routine maintenance – this means a large compartment for cleaning solutions, as well as a large recovery tank. Next, you'll want to determine the right technology for your use.

Advanced technologies definitely ensure superior performance and improved productivity. In short, if you have a small amount of space, but the carpet is extremely worn and stain ridden, consider a model with the latest in technology to make the most of your investment, not to mention your time. Some cleaners are multifunctional – a steamer and a vacuum cleaner in one, for example. Would a machine of this status be of use to you? Decide what technologies are important and then make your decision accordingly.

Heated or Not?

Steam CleanersIn the world of carpet cleaning machines, and regarding steam cleaners and carpet extractors, you'll have a choice: heated water, or not? What's the difference? Heated machines are extremely powerful in removing even though toughest and most stubborn stains and spots from any carpet, especially bacteria related stains and problem areas, but it's not great for everything.

If your floor is wrought with liquid stains of a different color, heat isn't what you want. Rather than lifting the stain out of the carpet (as a non-heated carpet extractor would do), heat will usually cause a stain to set – prompting it to spread and settle further in the carpet, making it more difficult to remove in the future. Another scenario where heat isn't the best option? On carpets that are specialized or have sensitive fibers (like wool). Some carpets and rugs simply can't take the heat (literally) and will shrink or fall apart when they come into contact with our incredibly powerful 200 degree headed machines. So, just bare in mind that even though these heated machines are powerful and known for their ability to cut through dirt, they need to be used the correct way.

Multi-Purpose is Usually the Way to Go

You never know exactly what you'll encounter in your business, so why would you only plan or prepare for one circumstance? Always go with the multi-purpose or multi-functional options when the budget will allow. Say, for example, you were looking at a commercial carpet extractor for general routine use in your office – your go-to will be heat, since it's the most effective and you don't have sensitive fibers in the office (at least, you don't on the carpet underneath your feet). However, with cold water, you can clean a variety more than the general carpeted area that you're considering.

Upholstery, curtains, rugs and other soft items can all be safely and effectively clean with cold water, so why not opt for the machine that has both? Likewise, a steamer and vacuum cleaner in one machine is a wise investment. Rather than two separate purchases of items that may or may not work effectively together, consider a Daimer machine that has both unique applications combined neatly and effectively in one location.

There's no way around it: if you want to maintain a sanitary work space, you'll need commercial carpet cleaning machines to help you get the job done. If you have questions about what machine is right for you, visit our Web site or give us a call at Daimer Industries. We're happy to help answer your questions and steer you and your business in the right direction.

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