ServiceMaster Building Maintenance provides office carpet cleaning services in Madison and nearby areas.
Many Madison, WI business owners and managers have begun putting plans in motion for holiday parties, customer appreciation events, and open houses. If you’re among them, give ServiceMaster Building Maintenance a call to have your carpets professionally cleaned prior to or immediately following the big event.
We have the trained personnel, professional equipment, and highly effective cleaning solutions to tackle any commercial carpet cleaning job. After we’ve professionally cleaned your carpets, you’ll be ready to impress your employees, customers, and vendors. The spots, stains, and odors will be completely eliminated.
If your guests accidentally spill eggnog, fruit punch, red wine, or drop cranberry sauce, chocolate candy, or other kinds of goodies on the carpet during the festivities, ServiceMaster Building Maintenance can remove those spots, plus any traffic patterns that may have formed during the busy holiday season.
If a spill occurs during the party and you have the opportunity to address it quickly, follow these steps:
- Immediately blot it up, using a clean, white and absorbent material.
- Remember not to over-wet the spill. Carefully work with small amounts of a high-quality cleaning solution.
- Work from the outer edge of the spill or stain toward the center.
- Don’t rub! Resist the temptation to rub or brush the stain.
If the above steps fail to remove the stain, call ServiceMaster Building Maintenance. Our high-quality carpet cleaning processes will not only remove those nasty stains, but they’ll also eliminate trapped pollutants such as dust mites. This will improve air quality and protect the sizable investment you’ve made in commercial flooring.
If your business is located in the Wisconsin communities of Appleton, Green Bay, La Crosse, or Madison, pick up the phone and call ServiceMaster Building Maintenance. In Minnesota, we serve Winona and the surrounding areas, and in Iowa, we cover the communities of Cedar Rapids and Iowa City.