When it comes to industrial cleaning, most property managers or owners think of cleaning floors, machinery, and ceilings. These are all certainly important, but there’s another aspect of your facility that should never be overlooked.
Can you guess what it is?
Walls. Your walls frame in everything that goes on in your property, collecting dirt, grime, stains, and contamination. This means that over time they darken, looking worse and worse, and also absorb more light. In other words, as your walls darken so does your work environment.
We recently were asked by an automotive parts manufacturer in Ohio to clean their walls for all of the reasons above. Specifically, theirs were coated with a thick layer of grease from years of build-up.
As a side note, you might be wondering how we were contracted to complete a job in Ohio. We work nationwide, and do this by first asking a prospective client for detailed photos (so we can see the current condition and access points) and dimensions of the project site. This allows us to work up a ballpark figure for our services. If they think it’s a good fit for their budget, we’ll send out an estimator to create a formal quote.
Creating a Brighter, Cleaner Facility with Industrial Wall Cleaning
We’ve included a photo that depicts the stages of transformation. Quite a difference, isn’t it?
We began with a strong power washing process, then we scrubbed by hand using an industrial degreaser. The result was stunning, and completely transformed the space. It was like turning the lights back on, only these lights didn’t cost a cent to run! The best part was seeing how amazed our client was too.
As an added benefit, we were asked to come back and dry ice blast a few filthy pieces of machinery, and the results during that project were equally as positive.
Do You Have Industrial Cleaning Questions?
The K Clean USA team offers a wide variety of industrial cleaning services, all designed to create a healthy, attractive, efficient environment for you and your staff. Why not contact us today with any questions you might have?