our service catered to your needs
We have customers whose level of care requires a 6 or 12 week rotation, and some we only see once per year, for example industrial break rooms cleaned during shutdowns. But most customers are return customers. Our customer retention is higher than average for our industry because we value the long term relationship.Below is an explanation of the different methods of floor care that may be required.
total strip and wax
Just like it sounds, this involves removing ALL of the old wax and applying 3 or 4 new coats. Generally it is the most labor intensive and the most expensive method. the level of dirt, grimy edges, old yellowed coats of finish dictate and determine if this is needed. We can generally tell with just a quick look if this is whats needed just from experience.this method yields the best results.
All photos on our website are photos of floors we have actually done.
scrub and recoat
This method requires that the wax be in reasonably good condition. The surface is scrubbed, rinsed and re-coated.This usually gives ok to good results, whereas not all imperfections can be removed with scrubbing only. But if you can deal with these imperfections it can save money as it is not as labor intensive. We can determine if this method is good for you with a quick look at the floor, call for a quote.
restoring, buffing and burnishing
These methods are used when floors are in good shape and you just want to touch up the shine, make the floor finish harder for durability, and are preventative. Generally the more often you buff or burnish the longer the floor lasts between strippings, saving money...
call to get a quote!
How it works--we come to your facility and get you a quote. We set a date to complete the work, usually after closing, we show up and get it done. Work cannot be done while employees are about as the cleaning process creates slippery floors.