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Cost-Effective Carpet Care
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Just as deferred maintenance in a facility can ease budget constraints by reducing overhead costs, so can decreasing the frequency and/or intensity of carpet care throughout a building. Unfortunately, the consequences of cutting back—whether it’s a piece of building equipment or an expanse of carpeting—can actually increase costs in the long run. Poorly installed, cleaned or maintained carpet often fails well before its estimated life cycle, and for that reason, BSCs, sanitary supply distributors and housekeeping executives must be able to demonstrate the value of routine carpet maintenance to their customers, and help them understand how an investment in a carpet cleaning program pays dividends.
Attend this webcast to learn more about winning strategies to establish an effective carpet care regimen and learn the keys to successfully clarifying the necessity and financial benefits of regular carpet maintenance to end users and customers.
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