World-Class Commercial Floor Cleaning, Maintenance, and Installation

Whether you need help with your one-time or periodic commercial floor cleaning service, office textile cleaning, new flooring installation or replacement, ceramic tile restoration, or office sanitization, we can deliver the quality of results you can trust.

We serve the corporate, government, education, and healthcare markets in the State of Florida, working closely and in partnership with our customers to ensure the very best outcome that meets their budget.

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My name is Pete Alfieris, I am the facilities manager at the College of Engineering and Computer Science, here at UCF. We recently had two office suites recarpeted by your company and I had the pleasure to work with both Devon and Scott. I wanted to express my appreciation for the excellent service and work that was done in our office suite.

They showed up on time and worked until the job was completed with such professionalism. The installers were unbelievable with the care with any of the furniture and both installs. I have received such great praise from staff and faculty members whose offices were done.

Truly an incredible experience! Thank you again Scott & Devon!

Pete Alfieris Facilities Manager College of Engineering & Computer Science University of Central Florida - UCFPete Alfieris
Facilities Manager
University of Central Florida

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ORLANDO/CENTRAL FLORIDA

6450 Kingspointe Pky, Ste 10
Orlando, Florida 32819

JACKSONVILLE/NORTH FLORIDA

9454 Philips Hwy, Suite 3
Jacksonville, FL 32256

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3927 Progress Drive, Ste 101
Lakeland, FL 33811

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Ongoing Best Practices for Facilities Managers

While tending to his ailing father, Greg Hurtt noticed his dad had grown disoriented and clammy over the course of the morning. A check of his father’s blood pressure confirmed that something was wrong. Hurtt called 911.

When the paramedics arrived, Hurtt’s father had improved. But, given the man’s history, the paramedics decided he should be admitted into the hospital. Upon learning they were taking him to the hospital, the man pleaded and begged not to go.

While these feelings are not uncommon, for Hurtt’s dad, the negative feelings were elevated. During a recent stay in a rehab center, he contracted a near fatal infection. Since then, he has feared being admitted into any health care facility. His impression of chaos and lack of cleanliness in the health care environment has clouded every experience.

A patient’s perspective is all-important.

In 2002, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services partnered with the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality to develop The Hospital Consumer Assessment of Healthcare Providers and Systems survey.

The HCAHPS is designed to capture patients’ perceptions of the quality of their care while in a hospital or health care facility. Because of this nationally standardized survey, patients have an opportunity to compare hospitals in their area and choose where they will receive care based on a consistent quality ranking. What’s more, according to legislature enacted in 2010, the Medicare and Medicaid reimbursement monies a hospital receives are greatly impacted by HCAHPS scores.

Question #8 of the survey addresses cleanliness by asking, “During this hospital stay, how often were your room and bathroom kept clean?” While the bathroom floor may be cleaned regularly, the impression that it isn’t or hasn’t been cleaned effectively, especially when tile and grout are old and worn, can impact patients’ and their families’ points of view.

The SaniGLAZE system provided by Cubix, Inc. not only restores ceramic tile and grout surfaces to a like-new appearance, but also seals out impurities to prevent future contamination. Standard cleaning methods don’t remove impurities and odor-causing agents from porous grout, so no amount of mopping done will change the perception that the area is dirty.

The bottom line is that clean and sanitary floors in a health care environment are not only what’s best for patients’ health, but can also help patients and their families feel comfortable in an otherwise stressful time.