Selecting the best floor burnisher for your business isn't always easy. There are several different types and models with varying features to consider. When it comes to choosing a burnisher, you will want the best one for your business' size, budget, and needs. In a previous article, we shared a list of the best burnishers of 2019 based on the available features. That list included the NSS eForce® floor burnisher.
Integrating an autoscrubber into your floor care program will save you time, labor, and other cleaning costs. Auto floor scrubbers, or autoscrubbers, remove soil and stains from hard floors better, faster, and more hygienically than the traditional mop and bucket.
All janitorial cleaning equipment, including your floor burnishers, will break down at some point or another. Some problems you will be able to fix yourself, while others will require expert help. If you can solve the problem yourself, you will save time and money, not only on the cost of repair but also on the added labor costs that is required to still get the job done while the broken equipment is being repaired. Depending on the floor burnisher power source, you may experience different problems.
As you search for the best commercial floor buffer for your facility, you want to buy the buffer that will be the right fit for your business’ needs and budget. The TASKI® ergodisc ® 175 and 200 made it on our list of the best commercial floor buffers of 2019. There are some key reasons why the TASKI® ergodisc® 175 or 200 may be the best commercial floor buffer for your facility.
The cost of an automatic floor scrubber is a large factor you have to consider when choosing a scrubber for your facility. The best autoscrubber for your facility will match your business’ needs and budget. Auto floor scrubbers, or autoscrubbers, remove soil and stains from hard floors better and faster than the traditional mop and bucket. They are also a more hygienic alternative to the traditional cleaning methods. Investing in an autoscrubber can seem expensive, but integrating an autoscrubber into your floor care program will save you time, labor, and other cleaning costs. Automatic floor scrubbers perform three cleaning procedures in one pass, removing the manual labor from cleaning a floor. In one pass over the floor, an autoscrubber will dispense cleaning solution, agitate the solution with a floor pad or scrub brush, then vacuum it all up with an autoscrubber squeegee attachment.
Floor buffers are one of the most versatile pieces of janitorial cleaning equipment used to maintain your floors. Selecting the right one for your facility will make sure that you are getting the best results. If you’re thinking about investing in a floor buffer, the Viper Venom™, is one of our top rated commercial floor buffers of 2019. The Viper Venom™ offers some key features and upgrades that set it apart from other floor buffers.
When equipment breaks, it leads to equipment downtime. Without janitorial cleaning equipment, your janitorial cleaning team will have to spend more time completing each task, leading lower worker productivity and higher labor costs. Knowing the problem affecting your commercial floor buffer can help you better understand whether your buffer requires professional repair or if it is a simple fix. Some of the most common causes of broken equipment can be fixed by you. Not having to bring your buffer in for service for something that could have been easily fixed will save you time and money, and allow your cleaning team to get back on track faster.
Floor burnishers are an important component of a complete floor care program in any facility with hard floors. Burnishers are high-speed floor machines used to polish or burnish hard floors, bringing back the floor’s original shine. Keeping your facility’s floors in top condition and looking great relies on a quality floor burnisher.
Almost all commercial facilities have carpeted floors somewhere in the building that will be affected by dirt and stubborn stains. Even with the best entry matting system and routine vacuuming schedule, your facility's carpet will need to be spot cleaned and restored. The best way to perform periodic spot cleaning and remove deeply embedded dirt is with a carpet extractor. Using a carpet extractor to perform periodic spot cleaning or deep cleaning will save you time and money.
Floor burnishers are an important addition to any facility’s floor maintenance program. They are used to polish or burnish a floor to bring out its original shine. Shiny floors lead to a great looking facility and happy guests. Like any purchase, you are likely curious how much one is going to cost you. Depending on what you are looking for, and the needs and budget of your facility, a floor burnisher can cost anywhere from $1,300 to $20,000. For some, the cheapest burnisher will be all you need, but for others, a more expensive option will be the best fit for the facility.
Carpets can have a large impact on the way your facility is perceived. If your facility's carpets are worn, stained or dirty, people will notice and leave with a negative impression of your business. Commercial carpeting, especially in high traffic areas, will experience noticeable wear and damage if it is not properly maintained. Once damaged, there is no way to hide it. Unlike in homes, you can’t just move a sofa or table over the bad spots. The only way to hide damage is to prevent it. Carpets are easily damaged by soils and require preventative, routine, and deep cleaning to protect them from the effects of liquids and abrasive soils. The best way to preserve the appearance of your carpet, extend the life of your carpet, and protect your commercial carpet investment is with a comprehensive commercial carpet care program.