Office Steam Cleaning
PROFESSIONAL OFFICE FURNITURE CLEANING AND DISINFECTION IN CENTRAL TEXAS
Employee and workplace safety against pathogens has become an important part of worker retention and productivity. C-Serv offers professional steam cleaning for office furniture in the Austin Metro area.
Today’s modern office environments have unique needs when it comes to cleaning and protecting office furniture.
FIRST DO NO HARM
Generalist steam cleaners are great for homeowners, however office furniture has brand specific requirements. Our professional team only cleans office furniture.
BACTERIA AND VIRUSES
Bacteria, viruses, and germs cling to textured fabrics consisting of tiny fibers such as cotton, wool, linen and polyester. Bacteria can spread on furniture and hard surfaces. We steam clean office furniture at over 200°F to kill 99.99% of all pathogens on these surfaces.
a clean office is a healthy office
BACTERIA AND VIRUSES
Bacteria feeds off everyday occurrences such as food spills and fecal matter tracked in from the bottom of shoes and from pets in the office.
ALLERGENS AND DANDER
A variety of allergens can be found in upholstery, such as pet hair, dander, and pollen. This can present problems for people with asthma or weakened immune systems.
GREASE, OILS AND OTHER PARTICLES
Hair, skin and sweat can all leave traces of oils and grease on upholstery. Over time, the buildup of grease and oils from people and food attract dirt and bacteria.
FABRIC AND UPHOLSTERY PROTECTION
Fabric protectors like Scotchguard penetrates the surface material, filling tiny pores in the fabric. This keeps future spills and dirt from absorbing and becoming permenent stains.
MOLD AND MILDEW PREVENTION
Mold and mildew love moisture. If left untreated spores can feed off furniture materials such as the exterior covering or interior stuffing. If mold is left untreated, it will become necessary to dispose of the furniture. Regular cleaning can spot and prevent this problem.
Cubicles are made up of both cloth and hard surfaces. The fabric captures and retains dust particles or chemical pollutants often lead to off-putting smells. Hard surfaces can host a variety of pathogens including bacteria and viruses.