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How to Clean Luxury Vinyl Tile Flooring

Jan 16, 2017 / by Alan Fennell posted in Maintenance

Some types of hard flooring are known for being difficult to clean and maintain. Fortunately, this isn't the case for luxury vinyl tile (LVT), a resilient flooring that is much easier to clean than vinyl composite tile (VCT) or even natural hard flooring. Today we're sharing exactly how to clean LVT with top tips for removing dried-on dirt and potential stains.

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How Can You Tell Your Office Carpet Needs Replacing?

Jul 27, 2016 / by Mike Brown posted in Maintenance

With most items in your office, it’s fairly clear when it’s in need of replacing: chairs with no padding, desks with a broken leg, outdated technology that is no longer supported by the manufacturer.

But with carpet, it’s not so obvious. Unless it’s visibly worn through, it’s common to assume your carpet is fine, when in fact it’s suffered serious surface appearance deterioration which is noticeable to visitors to your organization, but not employees like yourself who see it everyday.

So today I’m looking at four signs that indicate it’s time to replace your office carpet.

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How Flooring Can Reduce Your Hotel’s Maintenance Costs

Apr 14, 2016 / by Mike Brown posted in Maintenance

Your choice of flooring can have a huge impact on your hotel’s maintenance costs. Making a poor decision can lead to high ongoing maintenance costs, and expensive repair or replacement work.

Today I’m looking at three things you need to consider when choosing your hotel’s flooring, in order to reduce maintenance costs.

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Atlanta Airport Rolls Out Red Carpet For World-Class Traveling

Jan 27, 2016 / by Mollie Williams posted in Design, Maintenance, Performance

Every year, 100 million domestic and international travelers pass through the Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport. As the busiest airport in the world, it experiences an incredible amount of traffic moving in and out of the travel hub. With every new traveler comes new dirt, dust, and grease from the parking lot and moisture from rain or inclement weather - all brought inside on on the heels of shoes, carts, and luggage.

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How Tiered Entryway Systems Improve Carpet Longevity

Jan 20, 2016 / by Michael Eckert posted in Maintenance

Most flooring wear and tear occurs in just 20% of any building, with high traffic areas like your entryways and atrium subject to the most demanding use. Thankfully, you can help protect your flooring investment from the worst of the damage, using tiered entryway systems to protect carpet from rain, snow and dirt.

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How Often Should Office Carpet Tiles Be Cleaned?

Dec 3, 2015 / by Stephen Lewis posted in Maintenance

Regular cleaning is essential to maintain the appearance of your carpet tiles.

While there isn’t a ‘one size fits all’ program to follow (your cleaning requirements will vary depending on everything from foot traffic to the weather), your cleaning program must include vacuuming and deep cleaning to maximize the lifespan of your carpet.

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Which Commercial Flooring Tiles Are Easiest to Maintain?

Oct 7, 2015 / by Prem Patel posted in Maintenance

Regular cleaning and maintenance are essential to ensuring your flooring tiles last as long as possible. However, maintenance also incurs a cost, in terms of cleaning materials, labor and time. To help you choose the right tiles for your organization, we’re comparing maintenance schedules for three popular types of flooring tile.

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How Long Should Commercial Carpet Tiles Keep Their Appearance?

Sep 23, 2015 / by Prem Patel posted in Maintenance

Flooring is a big investment for any organization to make. Once a decision is made, it’s important for you to be happy with your decision for years into the future.

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