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Let Dan Dan the Carpet Man help maintain your commercial space.

We know how to care for and clean every type of floor covering including carpets, area rugs, tile, hardwood, and natural stone. After 23 years in the professional carpet cleaning business, we have seen it all. We are equipped to handle every type of soiling condition known to our industry!We use heavy-duty commercial truck-mounted equipment.

Our hot water extraction method provides deep “steam” cleaning with water pressure (up to 400 PSI for carpet and 1,200 PSI for tile), continuous vacuum suction, and heat (240⁰ at the truck) properly regulated so that carpets, tile, and natural stone floors get exceptionally clean without over-wetting. And, with specialized attachments we deliver the level of clean you really need to clean and sanitize your floor coverings.

Our carpet cleaning systems are the most advanced in the industry and our cleaning techniques are proven to be more effective. It’s the combination of our specialized equipment and proprietary cleaning processes that results in getting the maximum soil removal and maximum spot removal without leaving a sticky residue or over-wetting your carpet. And, our Lead technicians are certified by IICRC®. That means that they have been trained to professionally clean floor coverings and upholstery to the highest industry standard.

We have references from our Commercial Cleaning customers, provided upon your request and by permission from the Orlando area businesses that we have served including:

  • Churches
  • Funeral Homes
  • Construction Trailers
  • Hotels and Motels
  • Assisted Living Facilities
  • Office Buildings
  • Restaurants
  • Salons and Spas
  • Retail Stores
  • Day Care Facilities and schools
  • Studios and auditoriums
  • Any publically-accessed space

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Commercial Carpet Cleaning

Hot Water Extraction (“Steam Cleaning”) method 7-steps
  1. Pre-inspection. During the pre-inspection, you can work with your technician to identify soiling condition, spotting, carpet material, and your specific concerns.
  2. Proprietary Pre-spray. All carpets are pretreated with our 5-componant proprietary pre-spray containing emulsifier, disinfectant /oxidizing booster, deodorizer, solvent booster, and surfactant.
  3. Traffic Lane Cleaner. “Heavy traffic” areas are pre-treated with a higher pH cleaner designed to attack the toughest soiling conditions and discoloration (solution contains the latest in surfactant technology, chelating ingredients and alkali builders).
  4. Agitate. After pre-spray is applied to your carpet, it is agitated with a “pile rake” or “carpet broom” to work the solution into the carpet pile, dislodging particulates and helping the solution break down soluble soil.
  5. Extract & Rinse (wand). Using our truck-mounted hot-water extraction system we “steam” out dirt and residue while sanitizing your carpet with very hot water (240º at truck) under high pressure (400 psi) with constant vacuum suction — all carefully regulated for an exceptionally clean carpet without over-wetting. For restorative cleaning, particularly when carpets are heavily soiled, we recommend a RotoVac machine “deep clean” (optional step at additional cost).
  6. Speed-Dry Fans. High-velocity air movers are placed to dry your carpet faster and to prevent possible mold conditions. Speed drying may reduce drying time by as much as 50%. “Pick-up fee” applies if fans are left on-site after cleaning.
  7. Post-inspection. After cleaning is completed, we ask you to inspect the job with your tech. If there is a questionable area, we will re-clean it for you immediately. If you will not be on premises at the time of completion, your technician will call you to provide our post-inspection report, obtain payment authorization, and get procedures for securing the premises when we leave.

Optional Steps available: pre-vacuuming and furniture moving

Encapsulation (“Dry Cleaning”) method 4-6 steps
  1. Pre-inspection. During the pre-inspection, you can work with your technician to identify soiling condition, spotting, carpet material, and your specific concerns. Your Technician will determine which steps are necessary to get the best results.
  2. Encapsulation. Encapsulating agent is applied to the carpet and scrubbed in with our powerful rotating brush system to thoroughly reach the dirt within the fibers absorbing the dirt molecules. The “foam” then dries and crystalizes, encapsulating the dirt so it can be easily vacuumed up and removed from the fibers. Our Encapsulating agent and cleaning method includes a soil-repelling carpet protectant (no post-cleaning carpet protector application is required).
  3. Post-spot. We take the additional time to re-clean any “spots” that are not removed during the regular cleaning process using specialty spotting techniques and more powerful cleaning solutions. Permanent “stains” (organic or non-organic) may not be able to be removed.
  4. Post-inspection. After cleaning is completed, we ask you to inspect the job with your tech. If there is a questionable area, we will re-clean it for you immediately. If you will not be on premises at the time of completion, your technician will call you to provide our post-inspection report, obtain payment authorization, and get procedures for securing the premises when we leave.

The following steps are typically performed by building maintenance staff and not by Dan Dan the Carpet Man unless we are ordered to do so at an additional fee.

  1. Furniture Moving. For a more thorough cleaning, carefully move light furniture (e.g., desk chairs, coffee tables, chair mats). Larger pieces can be left in place. Remove all personal belongings and file boxes from floor surfaces to be cleaned.
  2. Post-vacuuming. For best results, the freshly-cleaned carpet should be thoroughly vacuumed within 10-days following our Encapsulation cleaning process (extra-heavy vacuuming with a commercial machine).
Top 3 reasons to use the Dry “encapsulation” method instead of the Wet “Steam cleaning” method
  1. Fast Dry Time.
  2. No Wicking or Re-soiling .
  3. Less expensive / no building restrictions.

iicrc-certificationHow often should commercial carpets be cleaned?

When determining an appropriate cleaning interval, commercial accounts should consider the type of carpeting (color, construction, installation and fiber content), the type and amount of traffic and therefore level of soiling, the quality of user maintenance (vacuuming and spot cleaning) being done, soil prevention systems already in place (walk-off mats, doorway grids, etc.), and the overall image and level of appearance or level of cleanliness being put forward.

Cleaning Interval.The more use the carpet gets, the less the interval between cleanings should be:

  • Facility Minimum – 12-month interval. Even if foot traffic is light, your carpet is still subject to the accumulation of dust and other environmental debris. Clean your carpets at least once a year to prolong its life, maintain its appearance, and improve indoor air quality.
  • Offices – 9-month interval. For health and appearance purposes, clean your carpet every nine months if you have staff on premises (especially ifany are smokers) and you have any client meetings.
  • Retail Spaces – 6-month interval. Clean your carpet every six months if you have walk-in customers. The overall appearance of your facility (especially floorcoverings)can impact buying decisions.
  • Pre-schools &Daycare – 3-month interval.As a result of foodservice issues and heavy foot traffic from kids, teachers, and parentscarpets need to be cleaned, disinfected, and deodorized once every three months.
  • Restaurants – 1-month interval.Because restaurant carpet gets the most foot traffic (plus food and beverage spills), professional carpet cleaning is recommended on a monthly basis. Individually, any one of these factors are tough on carpets, but together they can quickly ruin the appearance, resiliency, and longevity of even top quality goods.

Keep in mind that every space is different, so these recommendations are general in nature. For example, the carpet cleaning interval could be increased in spaces with a lot of hard surfaces (tile, natural stone, hardwood, etc.) in traffic areas. And, carpets have to be cleaned more often in facilities located in very humid or dusty environments (like Florida).

What’s the recommended carpet cleaning method?5_-_IICRC_Logo_circle

The IICRC® (Institute of Inspection, Cleaning & Restoration Certification) is the world’s mostrecognized body of certification for carpet, upholstery, and tile cleaners.

Recommended Method

The IICRC® and carpet manufacturers (to maintain their stain-resistance warranty) recommend the “hot water extraction” (commonly called “steam” cleaning) method at least once per year. This method uses “heat” (240 degrees at truck) to “sanitize” carpet (kill mold, bacteria, germs, mites and other toxins that are present) and 400 PSI of water pressure to rinse out dirt and contaminants. The level of moisture is controlled to prevent damage to the underlying material and excess water (along with the dislodged dirt) is continuously removed by powerful vacuum suction. The depth with which this method treats not only reduces harmful allergens, it will greatly improve the overall appearance and lifespan of the carpeting. A key benefit to steam cleaning carpet is the minimization of chemicals present during the process. In addition, there is less chance of harmful residues contaminating the indoor environment. The air can remain healthy and clean for those within the space.

Pollution Control

Keeping carpet and other floor coverings (we also clean tile, natural stone, and hardwood) fresh is an important part of maintaining a healthy indoor environment. And, reducing or eliminating a major source of irritants is critical to family members who suffer from allergies, asthma, emphysema, sensitivity to cigarette smoke, or other breathing problems. Forced-air HVAC systems (and gravity) cause airborne pollutants settle onto floors. And, particulates (soil, dust, pet hair, etc.) are carried inside your home on the skin, hair, clothing, and shoes of family members (including pets) and guests (any foot traffic). Carpet fibers catch and hold particulates, absorb food and beverage spills, facilitate residue transfer (oil, tar, grease, etc.), and harbor contaminants (pollens, fungus, bacteria, air pollution, cigarette smoke, car exhaust, etc.) and countless chemicals that could contaminate the air quality inside your home. Just like any other “filter” carpet becomes less effective at its job when full, so routine sanitation (and removal of debris) is a must. Frequent vacuuming is important in preventing buildup of soil and grime, but it is only the first line of defense in carpet care.

Damage Control

Just like sandpaper, dirt is an abrasive. With every step, dirt is ground into carpet fibers causing it to wear out faster. Clean carpet will far outlast a dirty carpet. And, while regular vacuuming helps to eliminate dirt and other particulates, the longer the interval between professional cleanings, the faster your carpet will wear out!


eco-friendlyEco-friendly Pre-treatment

Our formula for really clean carpets!

Our Proprietary Pre-treatment Formula includes up to six (6) powerful components:

  1. Emulsifier A powerful agent that effectively releases dirt and other contaminants from carpet fiber in highly soiled areas and suspends them in solution for easier removal.
  2. Disinfectant Our disinfectant is anti-microbial (kills molds, virus, and bacteria) and delivers oxidizing cleaning boosters and fabric brighteners as well.
  3. Deodorizer Effective deodorizer that eliminates odors.
  4. Surfactant This “surface acting agent” improves the cleaning performance of our pre-spray emulsifying oils, waxes and tars … especially in Olefin fibers! (Berber carpet). Included in 10-step commercial process – Level 2.
  5. Traffic Lane Cleaner. A concentrated pre-conditioning detergent with deep penetrating action for heavily soiled carpet. Its combination of builders and detergents with a solvent boost for aggressive cleaning action removes grease and heavy soil.Included in 10-stepcommercial process – Level 2.
  6. Solvent Booster. A high pH cleaner designed to attack the toughest soils, our solvent booster contains the latest in surfactant technology, chelating ingredients and alkali builders (used primarily on heavily soiled carpets and commercial jobs). Included in 10-step commercial process – Level 2.

Carpet Pre-treatment with the right chemical formulation in the proper pH range is the key to effective carpet cleaning! We use powerful cleaning solutions designed to get residential and commercial carpets amazingly clean without damaging effects. Carpets are “pre-treated” before heavy-duty “steam” cleaning using an effective multi-component spray-on application. Up to 6 components based on the cleaning level selected (available separately). Included FREE on every job.

Carpet Cleaning Equipment

We dispatch a fully-equipped professional cleaning crew to your job. We have the equipment and the trained personnel to get your job done correctly (according to IICRC standards) and efficiently (in a reasonable timeframe that permits thorough cleaning).You won’t find a better-equipped and trained cleaning company.

Vehicle Fleet. Service Vans with power unit and self-contained water tank. Trailers with power unit only.

Safety. Vehicle parking cones, first aid kit, fire extinguisher, and other DOT-required equipment.

Site Protection. Pressure hose connector covers, door mat, non-marring hose retainer (for 2nd floor and stairways), and furniture blocks are standard site protection equipment. The use of safety signs, corner guards, entry door seal (for hoses), shoe covers, and other site protection equipment and procedures are only included with our UltraCare™ package.

Non-power Equipment. Our service vehicles are outfitted with a full complement of cleaning equipment, pump-up sprayers, hand tools, and crew convenience items (drinking water, handsoap, personal gear).

Power Unit. Commercial grade, vehicle mounted, gasoline-powered, high pressure (1000psi) hot Water (240 degrees) extraction equipment specifically designed for cleaning carpets.

Hoses. Non-marring vacuum (2”) hoses and high-pressure hot water hoses (3/4”) reach up to 250’ and are maintained on vehicle-mounted reels. Metal couplings are covered with protective jackets (pressure hose connector covers).

Filters. Our pre-filter collects carpet fiber and all other debris. Any valuable items swept up by our vacuum process can easily be recovered before reaching our main filter.

Air Movers. We provide air movers (specialized electric blower fans) for faster drying times.

Wands. We us a variety of specialized high-pressure wands to clean your carpet

Rotovac® is a revolutionary deep-cleaning rotary power head used for restorative cleaning on heavily-soiled carpets (optional step not intended for use on glue-down carpets without padding).

cleanCommercial Cleaning Services

Dirty flooring can cause health problems and make a business look careless – so a professional floor care specialist is a critical ally for everybusiness.

Entryways, doorways and high traffic zones pick up sediment much faster than residential flooring and require regular maintenance to stay tolerable. Residential accounts are almost always restorative or corrective cleaning situations where the customer finally cannot wait any longer and hires a cleaning company to come in and bring the carpet back to acceptable levels of appearance and sanitation. By comparison, commercial carpet cleaning is generally maintenance cleaning. Services are performed at various intervals (contracted over time) with the goal of keeping the carpet’s appearance and sanitation from ever reaching an unacceptable level. Commercial carpet cleaning is very often part of a maintenance program as opposed to a stand-alone event.

Dan Dan the Carpet Man has the experience, training, knowledge, and desire to care for your commercial flooring. We are highly proficient at steam cleaning, encapsulation cleaning, de-greasing, and deodorizing, as well as stripping and waxing.

Let our business take care of your business. Commercial floor care is priced by the square foot. We prefer to inspect the property to be cleaned and provide a FREE “firm price” quote (instead of an over-the-phone estimate).

Commercial Cleaning services include (click the link for more information):

Commercial Carpet cleaning (10-steps – specific commercial process)

Tile and grout cleaning (7-steps – same as our residential process)

Upholstery cleaning (7-steps – same as our residential process)

Hardwood Floor Cleaning & Finish Coating

VCT cleaning, stripping, and waxing

Guarantee (1)Guaranteed Results

Our Triple Promise

  1. We include everything needed to get the job done right!
  2. You’ll receive a great value! We promise fair, upfront pricing.
  3. Our Certified Technicians recommend the appropriate cleaning level.

“Re-clean” Guarantee

Our “Re-clean” Guarantee is included in our 10-step Commercial carpet cleaning. If any spots resurface on your carpet within 3-weeks of our service we will return to your property and re-clean the affected area(s) at no additional charge.

What’s Not Covered?

We can’t extend our “Re-clean” Guarantee if you have Berber (Olefin) carpeting or on any carpeting that has been damaged, abused, or neglected. Some carpets may require a second cleaning (at an additional cost) to qualify for our “Re-clean” Guarantee. No guarantee is offered at our “maintenance level” (Basic 5-step service – level 1).

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