Industrial floors take the brunt of a busy workplace. From dust to spills, oil, grease and even tyre marks, if your industrial floors are looking worse for wear, you’re not alone.
Unlike commercial floors that are easier to clean, industrial floors require specialised machinery and products to maintain their integrity. Failure to clean your industrial flooring could put your staff and visitors in danger by creating slip hazards. You might even be unknowingly creating a fire risk.
Here at APT, our floor cleaning team have been helping businesses clean their floors for over 30 years. With decades in the business, we’ve developed a specialist floor cleaning service that’s efficient and cost-effective.
At APT, we understand the importance of keeping your floor in good condition. Working in partnership with our sister company, we’re proud to bring our customers not just specialist industrial floor cleaning knowledge, but industry-leading, non-slip, non-tainting, and food-safe cleaning chemicals that guarantee impeccable results.
No matter your industry, our team are ready and waiting to help get your floors looking their best. As a leading industrial floor cleaning company in Wales, we’ve helped hundreds of clients get their buildings ready for inspection. To learn more about how we’ve helped other businesses like Renold Couplings and Doncasters, visit our dedicated case studies hub.
Here’s what our customers think about our floor cleaning services:
“We have worked with APT for many years and have always been impressed by their transparency and their desire to genuinely make a difference to our business. They work with a sense of pride when handing over any job. I can’t thank them enough for their proficiency in helping and consulting with us in the hand over which went smoothly with no charges levied. I highly recommend them, Andrew’s skill is in finding a more efficient way, it’s a credit to him and APT.”Dean Thomas – Custom Extrusions
As well as making your business look scruffy, dirty industrial floors are a health and safety nightmare. Some hazards associated with dirty floors include:
The danger of falls or health conditions – By leaving dirt, grime and dust to build up, you’re putting people at risk of slips, trips and falls. Not to mention the fact that long-term exposure to dirt can cause all mater of side effects if left untreated. If you’re not careful, you could find yourself amidst a costly lawsuit. Or, at the very least, you could end up with employees taking more sick days.
Damaged equipment – Excessive dirt can obscure surface damage. By hiding cracks, ridges and potholes, trucks and machinery moving across your floor can get damaged.
Fire hazards – Dust, debris, rubbish and other particles might look innocent – but they might present a fire risk. If you forget to regularly clean your industrial floors, a potentially flammable build-up can accumulate, increasing your risk of fires and explosions.