Tiled floors- VCT (Vinyl Composite Tile)
VCT, or vinyl composite tile floors are the most common types of resilient flooring today. Binders make vinyl composite tile more resistant to abrasion, chemicals, and solvents. Although it looks solid, VCT has many microscopic holes in its surface when unfinished. This characteristic makes it less water and stain resistant. When properly sealed, vinyl composite tile is usually resistant to oils, greases, acids, and alkalis.
ServiceMaster Professional Building Maintenance (PBM) has a variety of techniques to keep your VCT floors looking their best.
Strip & Refinish Vinyl Tile:
This process is necessary for floors with old finish built up around the edges, badly stained floors, or when the finish has discolored. We generally recommend this process once every year or two. We lay 3 coats of finish, guaranteeing a superior shine and longevity.
Shower Scrub & Refinish Vinyl Tile:
When the floor still has finish on it, but the finish is scuffed and stained, this procedure will restore the room’s appearance by scrubbing off the dirty layer of finish and replacing it with 2 or 3 new coats. This is our most commonly performed procedure, since it is very economical and leaves great looking floors.
Machine Polish Vinyl Tile:
This process will smooth out many of the scuffs and scratches in your VCT floor finish, improving the gloss and extending the life of the finish. It will be performed on a periodic schedule based on your facility’s needs.
Contact us today to schedule a commercial cleaning service for your VCT floors. With 24/7 availability, we take calls day or night, responding to customer needs in Harford County, Baltimore County and Baltimore City.