Dirty carpets can create an eyesore for customers that enter your office, but how do those dirty carpets affect your employees day-in and day-out?
Fact- Carpet Cleaning enhances office health. Skipping regular professional carpet cleaning can take a tole on the overall health of your employees and affect the day-to-day procedures of your company.
Heavily-soiled carpets in your office is packed with germs, bacteria, dust mites, dead skin cells, and all kinds of other irritants.
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Employees who work in an environment with dirty carpet, rugs, furniture or cubicle walls are at risk of developing a variety of serious health conditions. These conditions include: asthma, allergies, respiratory problems and an overall weakened immune system. Some less serious symptoms that might affect your employees are: dizziness, nausea, headaches, and fatigue. All symptoms create issues throughout the work place and do not create an environment for maximum productivity.
Scheduled Maintenance Cleaning. Get ahead of the problem by contacting your AmeriClean Account Manager to schedule an appointment to create your commercial maintenance program that best suites your needs and concerns for your facility and employees.
Be Proactive. Have a spill at the office? Customer tracked in mud from their shoes? No problem. Call your friends at AmeriClean and we’d be happy to take care of it. No need to wait till you predetermined scheduled date.
Together we’ll keep your carpet looking like new and your employees healthy!
About AmeriClean, Inc.
AmeriClean, Inc was established in 1986 by Bob Eriks in a small warehouse as a provider of Fire Damage Restoration for Northwest Indiana. Fast forward to today and AmeriClean’s services include Carpet, Upholstery, Air Duct, Area Rug, Ceramic Tile Cleaning; as well as: Water Damage Restoration, Fire Damage Restoration and Mold Remediation. With 30 years of experience, AmeriClean, Inc. is now a leading name in residential and commercial properties for cleaning and restoration needs. For more information, visit our website or call 800.654.9101.