18/02/19 Schools and Offices

The carpet tiles used in many schools, universities and offices require a different cleaning method to most residential carpet. Carpets in our homes tend to have a pile and are fitted on top of underlay. This allows the extraction of soiling with a rinse solution and air flow, sucking the dirt out. Dense tiles are generally laid straight on concrete, this generally means sufficient air flow for extraction is hard to achieve. Instead the soiling is chemically encapsulated and agitated onto a scrubbing medium and mechanically lifted. Whatever the method, the correct chemistry and process will achieve 1st class results.