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Winter Floor Protection for Commercial Businesses

Hardwood Flooring ServiceAh, wintertime. With winter comes plenty of snow, ice, and lots of cold temperatures. Which isn’t a problem…until you have to clean up all the snow and ice that gets tracked through your workplace! As a business owner, winter weather isn’t just annoying when it comes to cleaning up your floors — it can also damage your flooring, as well. So, winter is here: are your floors protected? Check out our guide below.

Best Ways to Provide Winter Floor Protection for Your Commercial Business:

  1. Invest in floor mats. Floor mats are a fantastic way to collect snow, ice, and other winter-related debris. Not only will floor mats help reduce the potentially hazardous conditions caused by winter weather (people tripping and falling in puddles of ice, etc.), but they will also help protect your flooring from salt — salt is damaging for floors because it can cause peeling, fading, and more.
  2. Purchase wet floor signs. Another great way to protect your floors during the wintertime? Use wet floor floor signs! By distributing wet floor signs around your office, you can help prevent people from slipping and falling, and increase protection from water damage for your flooring.
  3. Call a flooring expert. If you need tried-and-true ideas for protecting your floor during winter, it’s always best to bring in the pros!

Contact the Experts at D & R Floor Today!

If you have further questions about winter floor protection for your commercial business, it’s time to contact D & R Floors. For over 20 years, we’ve been serving the Dallas-Fort Worth community with high-quality, affordable flooring options, repair, and maintenance. Here at D & R, our team of skilled technicians is truly committed to helping you get the flooring you’ve always wanted – call us today at (972) 625-4100 to find out more, and to schedule your first consultation with us.

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