- THE MAGAZINE
Yep, your resident curmudgeon Steve Toburen weighing in here with his usual contrarian view.
The main difference is the technology used to dehumidify the air passing through the unit.
When we were putting together the ICS 50th anniversary issue last February (www.icsmag.com/50), I remember speaking with Claude Blackburn about his early days in the industry.
Have you ever taken a call from a perspective customer where they ask you a question and before you know it you are saying words like extraction, surfactant, truckmount, encapsulation, or (heaven forbid) deflocculation?
Haugland Bros. Carpet and Wood Care (Naperville, IL) can do two things for your deck: protect your investment in wood and transform an ugly, dirty deck into a neighborhood masterpiece.
Floor maintenance technician? Carpet cleaner? Pressurized hard surface extraction tools cover both vocations.
Carpet Tech has a lot in its arsenal of service offerings. The one thing that most of the company’s add-ons have in common is that they rely on arguably the piece of equipment that’s most synonymous with the cleaning industry – the truckmount.
Experience tells me that our customers appreciate and actually expect us to look clean and smell clean when we enter their property to perform our work.
When you walk through the front entrance of your commercial carpet cleaning account, it is often easy to locate the busiest areas by following the trail of asphalt tracked in from the parking lot on matted carpet that is already heavily impacted with soil.
You can make more per hour preserving hardwood floors than you can cleaning carpet.