Floor Care Pricing Considerations

How much can you expect to spend on your commercial floor care services? The truth is that floor care pricing will vary based on a few factors. Here are the top three factors to consider when you book your next floor care service.

Floor Condition

If your floors are fairly new, it is likely that less work will be required resulting in a lower price. The same goes for floors that have been maintained properly post install and have a quality rating of seven or above. High traffic areas like lobbies and hallways tend to collect more scratches, embedded dirt and overall more wear. Such floors require more extensive methods of cleaning, which put them at a high price point. No matter what, ignoring your floors will cost you in the long run. It is always smart to work with a service provider that can schedule and perform regular services to prevent the need for emergency services or premature floor replacements.

Space Restrictions

Large open spaces will be on the lower spectrum for floor care pricing. This is because the area can be easily accessed by technicians and their equipment. Crowded, confined spaces, most often found in offices, may require extra measures resulting in more labor costs or specialized equipment. The same can be said for medical facilities that require work to be done in small sections over a long period of time like ERs.

Chemical Costs

Commercial cleaning chemical is expensive. If you the customer choose to purchase the chemical yourself, that allows us to take care of the labor alone. It would make sense for you to purchase the chemical if you are part of a buying group that gives you access to cleaning chemical at a lower cost than your service provider.

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