Although this hasn’t been the snowiest winter Boston’s ever seen, we’ve had a decent amount of winter weather. Grime, salt, sand, and a whole lot of moisture gets brought into your business by your customers and employees every single day. Even if the carpets are being vacuumed on a daily basis, there’s still a lot of particulate matter that remains in the carpeting.
The teeny tiny particles that stay in the carpeting damage the carpet’s fibers. This happens in a number of ways. These particles can be rough and abrasive – gritty like sandpaper – and that results in the carpet fibers being subjected to many, many tiny cuts. The carpet is weakened and can develop bare spots.
Additionally, the particles that remain deep in the carpet can interact on a chemical level with the carpeting. Again, this weakens the fibers and can result in bare spots or staining. The longer the particulate matter is in your carpeting, the more damage it can do. Additionally, particulate matter makes your carpets look dirty and smell bad.
That’s why mid-winter carpet cleaning makes sense. Our professional carpet cleaning team comes to your site equipped with all of the necessary tools and medical-grade cleaning products to deep clean your business carpets. The damaging particulate matter is removed, which significantly reduces the wear and tear the carpeting is experiencing on a daily basis. Odorous elements are removed, so the carpet is less stinky. Your business will look much better.
The Carpet Cleaning Calendar: Boston Edition
For the Boston area business that experiences moderate to heavy foot traffic, having the carpets professionally cleaned every four to six weeks makes sense. Mid-January, Early March, Mid-April, Early June, Late August, Early November, Early December, Mid-December are among the most popular times of year to have your carpets cleaned based on local weather conditions. During extremely rainy weather, additional carpet cleaning can help keep your carpeting looking and smelling its best.