The Importance of Carpet Care: Maintaining Facility Asset Value
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As a building takes up more space on an organization's balance sheet, the need to maintain its value becomes increasingly critical, and this is often accomplished by reducing added maintenance or refurbishment costs. Cleaning and maintenance are key to extending asset life cycles – and carpet care is a vital component in an overall asset preservation strategy. According to the Carpet and Rug Institute, increasing the annual cost of cleaning a carpet by 10 percent can extend a carpet's useful life well beyond the manufacturer's estimated life cycle, ultimately paying for itself in deferred replacement costs.
This webcast features a thorough discussion of the role carpet care plays in enhancing overall asset value of a facility, and reviews key facets of a carpet maintenance regimen.
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