Hardwood Floor Cleaning
Give your floors a flawless clean
Hardwood floors bring a classic style to any workspace. But daily wear and tear can leave your floors looking worn and damaged. Because hardwood floors are a softer material they can be damaged if cleaned improperly. Hiring specialists who know how to maintain this type of flooring is essential. Our cleaners are well-versed in how to avoid warping or dulling hardwoods by using the right equipment. Trust ServiceMaster Clean for exceptional hardwood floor cleaning services that can bring more beauty to your work facilityGet Your Free Quote
Experts for every level of clean
With over 75 years of experience, ServiceMaster Clean brings professionalism and expertise to every job. We'll work with you to create a custom hardwood floor cleaning schedule that provides a clean, safe and healthy work environment for all.
Our expert services include:
- High-quality commercial grade products
- Specialized cleaning equipment
- Protective finish to protect your floors and make them shine
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Hardwood Floor FAQs
How Frequently Should Commercial Hardwood Floors Be Professionally Cleaned?
It's advisable to professionally clean your wood floors every year. If your floors receive medium to heavy foot traffic, it's a good idea to clean them quarterly. If they receive lighter use, it is probably fine to clean them annually or twice a year.
Is It Possible to Reduce the Appearance of Scratches and Wear?
If your floors have deep scratches, discoloration, or gaps, you probably need to have them refinished. (This should be done every 7 to 10 years). For smaller scratches and damage, cleaning and polishing will indeed help reduce the visibility of wear. By eliminating grime and dirt and polishing floors to a shine, scratches can become much less obvious.