Here are some pictures of recent parking garage floor cleaning jobs. One in particular was incredibly filthy. Management admitted that it had not been cleaned in at least 6-7 years. You can see the ridge of filth in some of the pictures.
Why Scrub Instead of Sweep Parking Garages?
We used to sweep garages, but realized very quickly, that sweeping only removed surface dirt, sand and trash while creating a dust cloud that could potentially ruin sensitive electronic equipment found in most parking garages.
We Pressure Wash and Mechanically Scrub Garage Floors
Our pressure washing equipment is set just over an inch from the floor to optimize water pressure and contain the dust, dirt and debris from flying all over your garage. The only time we use a wand, is to get into nooks and crannies and around garage support pillars. After pressure washing, we scrub the floor with a stiff brush and remove any remaining water and residue, leaving your floor virtually dry.
Salt Residue Destroys Concrete
SALT residue is what destroys concrete and the only way to remove salt residue, is to pressure wash and scrub it away. Dry sweeping will only “push” the salt residue further into the concrete.
Our Wet Cleaning Process Will Not Damage Sensitive Electronic Equipment (Like Dry Sweeping Does)
Rest assured that your thermostats, air handlers, smoke and heat sensors are in good hands when we’re on the job.
Contact us to discuss your parking garage floor cleaning needs. We can help!