Are you looking for a reliable commercial floor cleaner?
With over 65 years of experience, research and development in the commercial floor cleaning services industry, ServiceMaster Clean has the knowledge and expertise to provide the best commercial floor care and cleaning for all types of commercial and industrial facilities including hospitals, schools, high-tech facilities and more.
Each type of hard-surface flooring requires specific care to maintain its original brightness and surface texture. Whether your floors are vinyl, ceramic, marble, quarry, tile or other materials, you can depend on us to create a custom care plan to suit your particular needs and budget.
ServiceMaster Of Calgary uses the most advanced and innovative floor care products, equipment and methods available in the industry, to achieve optimal results for your flooring.
You can rely on ServiceMaster Of Calgary to keep your hard-surface floors long-lasting and looking their best. Maximize your investment with a hard-surface floor care and cleaning program from ServiceMaster Clean.
HELPING YOUR BUSINESS SHINE
- Maintain your best professional appearance.
- Enhance slip resistance, increasing safety for your employees, customers and guests.
- Utilize the most current innovations in hard-surface floor care.
- Protect your hard-surface floor investment and avoid early replacement.
- Advanced floor restoration processes and products
DID YOU KNOW
Clean and well-maintained floors offer greater slip and fall protection. Using the proper cleaning and finishing products, equipment and methods is critical for maintaining the slip-resistance rating of your floor.
Our commercial floor cleaning services include:
- Stripping and Waxing
- Tile & Grout Cleaning and Grout Colouring
- High speed burnishing
Did you know?
Does urethane have an odour during application?
Urethane finish contains no VOCs or solvents, which are often the source of odour and even harmful fumes. Urethane finish has a very light, almost unnoticeable, clean scent.
How often do I buff?
If heel marks and scuff marks become prevalent, buffing is needed.
Is drying and curing the same thing?
No. Drying means that the surface layer is no longer wet or damp to the touch. Curing, on the other hand, means that urethane has reached its maximum hardness thereby providing the necessary protection of your flooring.