We're floor mat service professionals!

No one would dream of telling you how to run your business. That's what you do best. Let us do what we do best--leave your floor mats to the professionals. You ask, "Why not just buy dust control mats and clean them myself?" That's a good question.
The answer is twofold: First, unless floor mats are engineered to wear and are cleaned on a regular basis, they won't do what they are supposed to do--control dust. Second, the price of a professional service is competitive with the expense of buying and maintaining your own mats.

Floor mats placed in high traffic areas protect carpets and floors from everyday wear and tear, as well as controlling the amount of dirt and moisture tracked into a building. Yet if those mats are not given a professional cleaning on a consistent schedule, they become the equivalent of an overflowing dustpan--practically useless!

With best intentions, an employee may regularly clean a building's purchased mats without realizing that he or she isn't getting them clean. If floor mats are not properly cleaned, they will not effectively control dust. And that means that employee's time and the employer's money have been wasted.
It's a matter of fact:

Research has turned up some interesting facts on the troublesome of dust particles. Consider the simple fact that professionally serviced floor mats can catch at least 70% of the dust tracked into your facility. Then consider that:
More than 80% of the dust, dirt and grime in public buildings is tracked in from outside.
One square yard of commercial carpeting can accumulate one pound of dirt a week and up to two pounds a week during wet weather.
The costs of removing one pound of dirt from a building can easily exceed $500.
Only 10% of dirt is removed from floor mats with a vacuum cleaner.
And 96% of building maintenance cost is labor!
It's a fact that clean floor mats pick up dirt much better than dirty mats. And a rental service will ensure that your mats are clean and attractive.

Plus, a professional service frees your employees up for other cleaning, such as overhead light fixtures, vents and furniture.

In our increasingly litigious society, floor mats have proven themselves indispensable in minimizing slips and falls wherever the public and slick floors meet.

Many hard surface floors are not slip resistant, particularly when contaminated with dirt, sand or moisture. Floor mats not only collect these contaminants but also provide slip-resistant surface that can help meet ADA requirements.

In recent years, management has discovered a new benefit of floor mats: Properly cleaned mats greatly reduce the source of dust particles in a building and are therefore an excellent tool for improving Indoor Air Quality (IAQ).
The World Health Organization estimates that up to 30% of all buildings have poor IAQ, which can cause flu-like symptoms, sore throats and allergies. And according to the EPA, problems with IAQ cost employers between $4.4 billion and $5.4 billion each year from paid sick days and low productivity.

Those numbers are reason enough for every manager to install floor mats, Yet is cannot be overstated that the effort is wasted unless mats are properly maintained and regularly cleaned.

Leaving the dirty work to professionals lets you concentrate on your business matters.

Business pressures in the 1990s dictate that expenditures prove cost-effective. By making the decision to have professionals manage your floor mats, you get what you pay for--clean mats that look good, control the flow of dust, and help prevent slips and falls. In addition, with a service there's no storage problem, no inventory of mats, and no replacement costs. You pay only a nominal service charge and soiled mats are exchanged with freshly laundered ones as often as you
want.  The decisions to have a service provide floor mats is a smart, cost-effective move that reduces maintenance costs, conveys a professional image to customers, and ensures the safety and health of customers and employees.