Hard floors are a popular choice among many company owners due to their durability and versatility. This type of flooring also withstands a high amount of foot traffic, making it ideal to use in public places. As more and more people walk on the hard floor surface, however, this can lead to surface damage. This is why it’s advisable to hire a professional to clean and maintain the hard floors to keep them looking new and also prolong the floor’s lifetime by preventing wear and tear.
The revolution in hard floor care will change how the floors will be taken care of in the near future. There will be no more need to refinish or strip hard surface floors. These trends are leaving business owners unsure whether to adopt or not, the cleaning industry is headed to a future full of unknown anticipations.
Below are some of the things you should know about hard floor care trends:
No More Floor Finish
The days of using floor finish, which is time-consuming and can be hazardous, are long gone. Diamond polishing, stain guards, and self-cleaning services are replacing the finish in commercial locations. Better products and processes of commercial cleaning services providers eliminate the need of a floor finish.
Floor Care Equipment
Hard floor cleaning machines and equipment are becoming digital, thus easy to operate. The equipment also relies on energy-efficient electronic systems that use sustainably-engineered water to clean the equipment. Though it is a slow start, robotic equipment will hit the market and lower the maintenance costs.
Validation of Floor Care Results
A while back, if your floor was clean with no visible build-up, it was considered clean. Nowadays, there is a need for proof that the floor is clean, prompting the use of scientific testing processes and equipment. There are some specifications that require validating the efficiency of cleaning systems in relation to film thickness, friction, and gloss levels.
Change is inevitable and an important phase in life. Although some of the products and processes contradict the established procedures and face a lot of skepticism, manufacturers, distributors, and commercial cleaning companies will have to adapt to the new changes.