Floor Cleaning Services, VA, MD & DC

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With years of experience in floor cleaning services, we can Strip and Wax your floors and handle just about any problem that you have.

Floor Cleaning ServicesIn commercial settings, the flooring often takes more abuse because of higher traffic volumes. The most common flooring materials used in commercial settings include laminate, carpet, and vinyl. The carpeting for most commercial buildings is low pile, which reduces the amount of dirt and debris that it can retain. Laminate and vinyl flooring are both water-resistant, which means they won’t allow mold to grow if they get wet. These materials are also durable and easy to maintain. Striping and waxing them is the most common practice to maintain a clean good looking floor.

When a customer or potential employee visits your commercial building, they are very likely to notice the condition of the floors. If your flooring is dirty or damaged, it can send a negative impression to visitors or staff members. However, finding the time to clean the floors can be difficult. Take this task off of your plate by hiring our team at Monument Facility Services to handle it for you. We offer floor cleaning services to customers in Virginia, Maryland, and Washington, D.C. With years of experience in floor cleaning services, we can handle just about any problem that you have with your floors. We also use environmentally friendly cleaning products to reduce the risk of damage.

Even vinyl and laminate floors, which require limited maintenance, should be cleaned every so often. It becomes especially important to schedule floor cleaning services during the winter months, when mud and snow are tracked in regularly. Give us a call to schedule your floor cleaning services or to discuss monthly maintenance packages and options that work for your business.


At Monument Facility Services, we offer floor cleaning services in Virginia, including Chesapeake Bay, Hampton Roads, Richmond, and Tidewater, as well as Maryland, Washington, D.C., and Orlando, Florida.