If you’ve noticed that your office carpeting has gotten a little grubby-looking, but you’ve had more on your mind than getting professional carpet cleaning done, it may be time to call in the pros.  If you notice that your carpeting has gotten dirtier – and maybe smellier – and you see it every day, then you can be sure that your customers will notice it immediately.  And nothing says, “I really don’t care about my customers,” like a dirty business.  When you’re ready to pick up the phone for help, here are some questions you need to ask your carpet cleaning pro:

1 – Do You Use Environmentally-Friendly Cleaning Products?

Cleaning your carpeting with harsh chemicals is as bad, or worse, than not cleaning it at all.  Vapors and residue from harsh cleaning chemicals that aren’t environmentally-friendly are not only bad for you, your employees and customers but are also bad for the environment when cleaning equipment residue enters the waste stream.

2 – Do Your Products Get Rid Of Germs As Well As Dirt?

An office environment is like a school environment – lots of people touching the same doorknobs and toilet levers and sneezing and coughing into each other’s spaces.  So when one person gets sick, it spreads around quickly.  When your carpeting is clean, germs don’t have the chance to settle in and you’ll minimize the number of sick days your employees have to take.  

3 – When Can You Clean My Carpeting?

For a business owner or manager, “when” is as important as “how” when it comes to office carpet cleaning in Las Vegas, NV.  The carpet cleaner you call must be flexible and be able to work after normal business hours or on weekends to keep disruption of your daily functions to a minimum.  

4 – What Kind Of Training Do Your Employees Have?

Hiring a professional carpet cleaner who uses environmentally-friendly products won’t do you much good if their employees aren’t properly trained in using their equipment and in cleaning techniques that reach every part of your carpeting.  In addition, it doesn’t hurt to ask your cleaning pro if they conduct background checks on their employees who may be working unsupervised in your place of business.

5 – What Are Your Terms And Guarantees?

Before you enter into an agreement for carpet cleaning, make sure to ask for a complete description of the services they’ll be performing, payment terms and whether or not they’re bonded and insured.  You should also ask what happens in the event that you’re not satisfied with their services and ask for references from other businesses they’ve worked with.  Make sure to do a little scouting on your own as well.  Check online review sites like Yelp and the Better Business Bureau to find out what customers have said about them.

When you’re ready to get your office carpeting in shape for your employees and your customers, call us at Zerorez carpet cleaning in Las Vegas, NV at (702) 567-0016 to get the right answers to all of your questions.  You can also visit us online at www.zerorezlasvegas.com to learn more about our patented cleaning technology.