Cleaning and Maintenance Services
An FSI cleaning and maintenance plan not only makes your flooring more attractive, but significantly improves your financial ROI.
Clean and well maintained flooring provides an enhanced image and a safer, healthier environment for your employees and guests. It also extends the life of your floor.
Most flooring manufacturers require ongoing maintenance programs in order for their warranty to be valid. We’ve participated in extensive training and earned certifications from the leading manufacturers. So not only will your investment be protected, it will be cared for using the most appropriate process.
FSI has achieved and maintained certified-firm status with The Institute of Inspection, Cleaning and Restoration Certification (IICRC). We also use methods and materials approved by the Carpet and Rug Institute (CRI). Our goal in cleaning and maintenance is to extend the lifespan and improve the appearance of your floors — while minimizing toxic waste and ozone depletion. We offer a wide variety of services like preventive care and products, interim-cleaning or deep-cleaning regimens, and winter salt extraction.
FSI has decades of experience taking care of virtually every type of flooring surface including:
We even clean fabric-upholstered furnishings such as lobby sofas, office chairs, and cubicle panels.
The FSI technicians are also trained and skilled at water removal, structural drying, and moisture remediation. In the event of water damage, the first step in your recovery plan should be a call to Flooring Services Inc. — 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. We will use the proper techniques to not only restore your property and its contents, but to remove and prevent the formation of hazardous toxins. And we’ll work with your insurance company to document your losses and make sure you get a fair reimbursement as quickly as possible.
“A water pipe burst in a very special room at our church. Due to Flooring Services posthaste response, thousands of dollars worth of furniture and carpeting was saved! They really saved the day!”
First Presbyterian Church