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It might seem simple, but cleaning concrete floors is tough work because your floor is porous. It involves the use of strong chemicals, pressure, and concrete sealants. When you don’t have the time, skills or tools to clean your concrete floors, we’ve got you covered. The experts you can hire know how to clean your concrete floors best and make them look good as new.
Make a post on Airtasker with all the crucial details. Include your address, the kind of concrete floors you want to be cleaned, your budget and when you want the job done. Interested Taskers closest to you will approach you about your job and supply a free quote. They will have ratings and reviews to help you decide which one to hire.
Once you’ve chosen one and agreed on the rate, they go to your location to do the job. You can release the payment after your floors are cleaned. Believe it or not, it can be that easy and straightforward to find someone to make your concrete floors clean and spotless. Hire an expert concrete floor cleaner and get on with your day - use that pink button now!
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Usually no. The concrete floor cleaning specialist you hire already has the right tools, equipment, and knows which cleaning solutions and techniques work best. They also have the requisite skills and experience in cleaning your concrete floors, so there’s no need to supply them with any of these items. The only thing you can provide is access to a source of clean, warm water to use for their cleaning service.
It usually takes an hour, but that also depends on the size, number of floors that need cleaning and the complexity of the job. If it’s a straightforward clean-and-rinse affair of one floor, this can take at most an hour. Expect an hour or so more if the job requires spot-cleaning of stubborn rust, grease or oil stains. It can also take another hour or so if there is mould present.
Yes! If you offer concrete floor cleaning services yourself and need an extra hand, you can always hire a Tasker. The key is to be as specific as possible to attract and hire the right one. You’ll be pleased to discover that you can hire a Tasker for this and almost any related handyman job you can imagine, such as window cleaning, floor polishing, floor repair and clearance services.
Yes and no. Most Taskers that you hire for cleaning concrete floors, including those in your basement, only have the experience, skills and experience for doing precisely that. Some may agree to clear your basement of junk or discarded items in some cases for additional costs. Your best solution is to hire separate clearance services first to clear out junk items then let your hired concrete floor cleaning specialist do their work.
An excellent way to care for your concrete floors is to have them periodically cleaned and inspected by a floor treatment specialist. Avoid placing bulky, rusted mechanical items that can scuff or scratch your concrete floor’s surface. Store items correctly in boxes and don’t casually toss items on your concrete floor. Hire a cleaning expert to remove stains or mould, and get a floor treatment specialist to replace the floor treatment as needed.
Yes, but only in some instances. If your concrete floor is untreated and doesn’t have sealant, you don’t have to worry about which type of cleaning solution to use. Cleaning untreated concrete floors is more manageable, and you can do it with simple tools like nylon brushes, cleaning solution, a broom and a bucket of warm water. But if your concrete floor has a sealant, you’d best hire a cleaning expert for this task.
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What do concrete floor cleaning services include?
Concrete floor cleaning services include all the tasks or activities needed to get your concrete floor clean and spotless. You can hire a concrete floor cleaning specialist to clean your warehouse concrete floor or residential concrete floor. This is regardless of whether it’s the floor of a workspace in a warehouse or your patio, kitchen, garage, living room or bedroom.
The service can involve several tasks like sweeping the floor before cleaning, removing individual stains from grease, oil or other substances and removing mould and mildew. Your cleaning specialist can use the appropriate pH-neutral cleaners to effectively remove dirt, grime and stains without harming your concrete floor’s sealant.
If your floor is cluttered with stuff, some specialists can clear away items for an additional fee. Before cleaning your concrete floor, your concrete cleaning specialist can test for the presence of sealant. This is done to determine which type of cleaning solution they can use before proceeding with the cleaning process.
Once they know the sort of sealant present, your cleaning specialist can sweep, vacuum, use a pressure wash or a combination of these to clear the concrete floor of loose dirt, dust and debris.
Cleaning the concrete floor
Your cleaning specialist proceeds by using the appropriate type of cleaner for your concrete floor. This can be a pH-neutral store-bought solution or a cleaning agent that is premixed with warm water. They can pour the cleaning solution onto the floor or spray it on with a pressure washer. They can follow this with a rinse of pure warm water.
Removing grease, rust and oil stains
Your cleaning specialist can remove individual stains caused by grease, oil, rust or other substances. Some cleaning specialists can apply a commercial degreaser and scrub the stain off with a hand brush or pole brush.
Others may use a solution of vinegar or straight up soak the stain with vinegar, then allow it to stand for about 10 minutes. They then brush the stain off then apply baking soda to the area to reduce the acidity, followed by a rinse to avoid damaging the floor sealant.
Removing mould or mildew
Your hired specialist uses the appropriate mould and mildew-removing cleaner to avoid damaging your concrete floor’s sealant. They can apply a mould-killing detergent, bleach and water solution or vinegar if the concrete floor is untreated. After the cleaning solution is allowed to sit for a few minutes, your cleaning specialist can mop or rinse this away with a pressure washer.