Wednesday, May 18, 2016

More construction means more floor space to clean.

Commercial and institutional construction is set to increase in 2016, which means floor cleaning workloads will, too.

When construction projections go up, so does the need for new floor cleaning equipment. According to Dodge Data and Analytics, construction in the U.S. is set to increase 6% by the end of 2016, following gains of 9% in 2014 and 13% in 2015, and a large percentage of this construction falls into the “institutional” and “commercial” categories. These types of new facilities all require well-planned cleaning programs, hence the anticipated need for new floor cleaning equipment.  

New healthcare facilities are focusing on cleanliness more than ever.

Construction of healthcare facilities is booming, and they face very specific challenges when it comes to sanitation. Large amounts of pathogens are carried inside these facilities every day, and the occupants of these buildings are often more vulnerable to the diseases these pathogens than the general public. That’s why it’s so important for new healthcare facilities to use equipment that can thoroughly disinfect while minimizing the use of chemicals. Cleaning health facilities also needs to be done very quietly, further narrowing the field when it comes to which floor cleaning equipment you select for the job.

We’re building healthier learning environments.                       

Although schools aren’t being built as quickly as new healthcare facilities, they do have something in common. Schools, like hospitals, also have particularly sensitive occupants. This not only means that thorough disinfection is important, but also that chemical use must be kept to a minimum due to allergies and sensitivities among students. Schools, both new and old, can benefit greatly from this kind of green cleaning and disinfection. Plus, in order to clean during more productive daytime hours, floor cleaning equipment should be as quiet running as possible to avoid disrupting the learning process.

Cleaning new office space is big business.

With new office spaces and facilities being built throughout North America, new carpet and tile are coming with them. These new offices will all need thorough cleaning programs, and not only for health and sanitation reasons. Clean office spaces can allow for a more productive workforce by reducing sickness and stress as well as improving motivation. Dirt and/or clutter, whether consciously or subconsciously, can affect our mood and how well we work. With the right powerful, highly effective floor cleaning equipment, a new office space can be a bright, positive and clean work environment.

Since Advance builds the most cutting edge floor cleaning equipment on the market, they can effectively sanitize without using excessive amounts of energy or chemicals while maintaining a sharp, organized image. This makes Advance the right brand for a wide variety of new facilities. To get a free site assessment at your facility from your local authorized Advanced dealer, go to

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