There are several factors that affect will the appearance of your floors. Although it may not be practical to protect your floors from moisture, it is recommended that moisture should be removed from the floors as soon as possible, because moisture retention results in damages. On the extreme end, if there is not enough moisture in the ambient air, for extended periods, wooden floors can be damaged as they become dry and brittle.
Is important to retain an adequate amount of humidity in your office building, especially during the winter months, when the air tends to be drier. The dry conditions can cause the floors to expand, and may often lead to cracking and separation. The commercial floor cleaning services company will not have control over your air-conditioning systems but they should be able to recommend appropriate temperature and humidity settings.
If your office becomes busy, you should consider yourself to be fortunate, but the downside is that a bit more of your resources must be directed at maintenance, if you wish to have visitors returning. The floors should not be neglected, as it may one of the areas your visitors will notice as they can make quick and easy eye-contact.
Keeping floors, bright and shiny is much easier than other surfaces, and it suggested that you wash the floor regularly with a mild solution of vinegar and water.
For extra protection and added shine, there are products designed specifically for use on floors. If you know your floors really well, there may be a universal product that may be suitable for various types of floors, but the manufacturer’s instructions must be followed in order to achieve the best results. Periodic buffing is also essential in order to remove scuffs and scratch marking that come from everyday wear and tear on your floors.
If scuff and sand marking are not removed, they can the development of bigger issues as they can assist in the retention of moisture and bacteria that can harm you floors over longer terms.