Floors are always beneath our feet, so we may take them for granted. However, we all notice when floors are poorly maintained. Well-maintained floors aren’t just important for making a good impression on all visitors and staff members, however; they’re also necessary for preserving a safe, hazard-free environment. Every floor requires regular cleaning, but the procedures and best practices will vary depending on the material and type of floor in question. Fortunately, The Budd Group is equipped to customize a floor care plan suited for each of our customers’ needs.
Our floor care program is holistic in its approach. No floor type is off limits. Here is a small sampling of the types of floors The Budd Group can maintain:
If it’s a floor, our team can handle it. We train and deploy the right people for each unique circumstance.
As previously stated, every floor is different. Depending on the floor material, different maintenance methods are required. Some floors will need daily attention, while others require periodic deep cleaning or polishing, perhaps in addition to daily or weekly vacuuming, mopping and/or sweeping. Whatever the case, we have the experience and resources to handle any and all floor care requirements. Some of these specific services include:
Just as each floor is different from one another, so is every facility. The Budd Group works with organizations across many industries, providing services that cater to the specific needs of each customer. There is no one-size-fits-all solution to facility maintenance. Our team works closely with our customers to create a customized floor care plan that seamlessly integrates with existing operations. This means we will work with a customer’s schedule, budget, floor types and other unique challenges and requests to ensure an optimal floor care strategy that keeps everyone safe.