Greater Seattle Commercial Carpet Cleaning
Be Sure Your Carpets Are Cleaned by the Best!
Our Steam-Cleaning Service Use Exceptional Equipment & Eco-Friendly Products
Eliminate dust, dirt, unpleasant odors and more with professional office cleaning services from Anderson Carpet Cleaning. Through our hands-on experience in the office cleaning industry, we recognize the special needs of an office building cleaning project. All cleaners are trained in environmentally responsible cleaning practices to avoid harsh chemicals. No matter how dirty your office is, whether your space is large or small, Anderson Carpet Cleaning will transform your dirty office into an immaculate space that boosts employee productivity and morale. Our qualified specialists use industry-standard cleaning methods and products to deliver a deep clean that really shines! From lobbies, offices, open office spaces, kitchens, conference rooms, and more, we clean it all.
Recreation and Shopping Centers
Retirement and Disability Facilities
How it works (and what we need):
We find people sometimes have a tough time conceptualizing how a truck-mounted unit can reach upper floors in a highrise office building.
Not to worry! Anderson is the choice commercial carpet cleaner in Seattle Metro & Greater Eastside with a unique portable commercial cleaning system designed to provide top-notch service for your office carpet. We can clean your offices – up to the 20th floor!
Cleaning & Disinfecting Your Facility or Office:
Using our traditional system there are some things we need to do the work.
We need to connect to an outside water spigot. Most buildings have at least one located somewhere on the outside of the building. However, if it’s broken or otherwise non-operational, we can’t do it.
Since our hoses are physically connected to the machine in our van, an elevator simply won’t work for our purposes. Thus, we need access to a stairwell.
We need to have an outdoor access point where our van can park relatively near the building’s inside stairwell (if the work is on an upper floor). Usually it’s no problem. Within 60 feet is fine. We simply pull up near a side door close to the stairwell and park next to or on a sidewalk. We cannot park on the other side of a street or trafficked driveway, or in a remotely located parking lot, and we avoid enclosed parking garages since our machine(s) gives off exhaust.
We need to do it at a time when office staff is not trafficking the area. Usually, times are set up near the close of business on a workday, weekend, or minor holiday. We also have to consider the activities of other workers that use the building who might be in adjoining offices that operate on a different schedule.
There are some other considerations as well:
Our commercial carpet cleaning does not provide this. If there is a concern about the door remaining open while we do the work, you may want to consider having your own security personnel keep an eye on the entrance.
We carry commercial liability insurance (2 million policy) and can provide documentation. If you require us to hold comprehensive coverage on our commercial vehicles however, this is a deal breaker. But, we agree to release you from liability for damages and/theft related to our property.
Forms and Contracts:
Some property management groups have certain protocols they must adhere to related to billing, forms, contracts, and other paperwork. If this is the case, let us know in advance and we will see what we can do. For our part, we have never required customers, either commercial or residential, to sign a contract. Our company has never been sued or had an insurance claim.
How far we can go:
We can go a long way vertically. Gravity being what it is, there is big difference between pulling water and air downward from higher elevations than pulling upwards or across. If we can get within 75 feet of the inside stairwell, 300 feet of total hose lets us do the 8th floor of a typical high-rise depending on the span of floor itself. If we can get within 25 feet of the stairwell, we can realistically clean the 11th floor! I would consider putting another 50 foot length on too (3 more floors), but with less certainty.