If you want to save yourself serious some serious time and money on replacing your facility’s floors, read on for some summer tips to keep your facility’s floors going strong for years to come.
Control Indoor Humidity Levels
Regularly measuring the humidity levels inside your facility is very important in general, but especially in the sweltering summer months.
You can control the humidity levels inside your facility by:
- Properly maintaining your facility’s air conditioning system and components
- Watching out for any spills and leaks during scheduled maintenance checks
- Considering installing a dehumidifier to help mitigate the issue of mold and slips
Protect Your Facility’s Flooring from the Sun
Fading is an unwelcome consequence of your facility’s flooring being exposed to sunlight for long periods. Whenever you can, shield your floors from direct sunlight.
Maintain your Facility’s Floors
No matter what type of facility you run, people coming in and out are bringing a lot of unwelcome contaminants with them:
- Outdoor allergens
- Other contaminants
Making sure that your facility’s floors are correctly maintained during the summertime is vital for your business. This will defend your floors from damage and stains while protecting your occupants from allergens and noxious, as well as improving overall occupant safety by preventing accidents.