Winter is the messiest season for floors. While you may let your cleaning slide by just vacuuming your floors during the rest of the year, during this blustery, wet winter season, you’ll want to acknowledge the fact that carpeted floors are going to be extra dirty. They are going to take the brunt of the foot traffic coming in and out of the offices, and front entry ways, and will need proper care. That’s why winter is the best time to clean your carpets.

Winter is the Best Time to Clean your Carpets

Your carpets might not have been thoroughly cleaned after the warmer months, and now that pollen, dust, and other indoor particles have built up from the last season, plus your work spaces are more closed up, and the heat is on– who knows what kind of dirty build up is in those carpets. All of these reasons are why winter is a good time to have your carpets cleaned. A good carpet cleaning will eliminate the indoor contaminants, reduce the staining, and tackle those high traffic areas.

Winter Weather Can Ruin your Carpets

Now let’s talk about soiled and stained carpets, and why it’s so important to stay on top of this type of carpet dirt. If you address these type of carpet messes on a regular and timely basis, your carpets will look newer longer as well as give a friendly, clean appearance for your clientele. Fewer carpet replacements sound great, too, right? Putting off cleaning until warmer months can cause stains and dirt from the winter months to set, in turn causing a more worn appearance as well as creating a situation where stains can become permanent. Another reason to clean your carpets during the winter months is to remove the unwanted dirt that weighs down and grinds down on these fibers. The dirt will literally cut and snag carpeting, and again, show a worn, tired looking carpet. No business owner wants that.

Winter is a Quiet(er) Time

Winter is also the perfect time to clean your carpets if schedules tend to slow some. Cleaning carpets can be a big job depending on the size of your floors. Making the time during quieter schedules is helpful for everyone.

Avoid the Carpet Messes

Here are just a couple of ways to avoid carpet messes becoming a serious problem:

  • Provide Runners and Rugs in high traffic areas. Runners and rugs can be removed and replaced for quicker cleaning in between full carpet shampoos. Those extra snowy days can benefit from a rubber-backed runner at your front entry way.
  • Provide Carpet Spot Cleaners to catch those large spills from lunch or while making coffee. A quick clean up from a topical product might not get rid of the spot entirely, but it can help make it less noticeable and easier for your carpet cleaning team to remove it during the shampooing.

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We’ve Got You – and your Carpets – Covered

Consider winter as the time of year to have your carpets cleaned in order to provide a pleasant indoor work environment for your staff. Clean carpets provide a professional and polished work space, and a great way to maintain your indoor space. An easy way to stay on top of this and keep your office space looking its best is to hire a professional cleaning crew. The cleaning staff should be educated on any special sanitizing needs, procedures, and requirements that are involved with having a presence in your office atmosphere. We at Clean Method provide this type of professional cleaning service.

Click here to learn more about our carpet cleaning services. Our professional cleaning staff is bonded, insured and maintains OSHA compliance. We would love to help with your cleaning needs. Please contact us online or call us at 571.451.0441 for answers to your questions and

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