Audit

Building type

Factory

Church

Daycare

Home

Medical

Office

Salon

Sweep floor

Floor

Is the flooring in poor condition ( broken tiles, scuffed tiles, dull floor surface, missing tiles, buckled tiles, water damage )

Entry Areas

Is the flooring in good condition ( no broken tiles, no scuffed tiles, shiny floor surface, no missing tiles, no buckled tiles, no water damage )

Can this floor be mopped

Is there a specific chemical that should be used

What type of chemical is required

Can this floor be scrubbed with a machine

Can this floor be waxed

Would the customer like the flooring waxed ( we recommend floors be waxed at least 1 time per year) our process involves stripping or scrubbing off all old wax using a highly abrasive yet safe for the floor stripping chemical and a heavy machine that will scrub the tile floor surface using a highly abrasive yet safe for the floor scrubbing pad. There are different pads for different situations. Some pads are less abrasive and some are extremely abrasive. Once all old wax, dirt and surface stains are scrubbed down we then suck up all water and dirt with a wet vacuum. The floor is then rinse mopped to wash away any chemical residue. The final step is wax is applied in single even coats with dry time of up to 40 minutes inbetween coats. We apply up to 6 coats depending on the preferred level of shine and protection customer requests. Floor waxing costs .30 cents per square foot of tile area that needs waxing.

When was the last time floor was waxed

Can this floor be high speed buffed and polished

Would the customer like the flooring buffed ( we recommend floors be buffed at least 1 time per week) customer can visit www.2thecleaners.com/floor for details on our procedures and specifics

When was the last time floor was buffed and polished

Please select floor type below. Different floor types may require different cleaning methods

Tile

Wood

Stone

Vinyl

Pergo

Marble

Mosaic

Concrete

Other

Carpet

Is the carpet in good condition (no rips, tears, stains, exposed threads, missing pieces)

Is the carpet in poor condition (rips, tears, stains, exposed threads, missing pieces)

Vacuum

Edge vacuum

Would the customer like the carpeting cleaned and shampooed

Does the customer prefer hot water extraction ( Hot water extraction is a process where a pre spray chemical is sprayed onto all carpet fibers to loosen the dirt and stains from the carpet. A hot water extraction shampoo filled machine either truck mounted or portable is then used to simultaneously spray down hot soapy water and wet vacuum dirt, debris, and stains from carpet fibers. This method can take up to 48 hours to dry depending on how much water is put into the carpeting. High speed fans are often used to speed up the drying process. This process is best for removing extremely heavy stains and pet mishaps )

Does the customer prefer low moisture carpet cleaning ( Low moisture carpet cleaning is a process where a people, pet, child and environmentally safe chemical is sprayed onto the carpet fibers that crystallizes the dirt. A lomac brush machine then works the chemical deep into the carpet so all dirt can be crystallized. The carpet dries in 1 hour and should be vacuumed to remove all crystallized chemical residue. The carpeting is then free to be walked on. This process uses a small amount of water and chemical therefore it is much better for the environment since it uses less resources. This process is best used for light traffic pattern, light stained areas where the customer wants a fast dry time so their space is available faster for foot traffic )

Throw rug

Oriental

Plush

Berber

Commercial

Other

Wipe glass windows

Wipe doors

Wipe door jams

Wipe door hinges

Wipe and sanitize door handles

Wipe and sanitize light switches

Wipe and dust tables

Wipe chairs

Vacuum chairs

Wipe and dust picture frames

Organize magazines

Remove cobwebs

Wipe and sanitize telephones

Wipe and dust shelves

Wipe stains from walls

Lock door when cleaning is completed

Hallway

Floor

Please select floor type below. Different floor types may require different cleaning methods

Tile

Wood

Stone

When was the last time floor was buffed and polished

Would the customer like the flooring buffed ( we recommend floors be buffed at least 1 time per week) customer can visit www.2thecleaners.com/floor for details on our procedures and specifics

Can this floor be high speed buffed and polished

When was the last time floor was waxed

Would the customer like the flooring waxed ( we recommend floors be waxed at least 1 time per year) our process involves stripping or scrubbing off all old wax using a highly abrasive yet safe for the floor stripping chemical and a heavy machine that will scrub the tile floor surface using a highly abrasive yet safe for the floor scrubbing pad. There are different pads for different situations. Some pads are less abrasive and some are extremely abrasive. Once all old wax, dirt and surface stains are scrubbed down we then suck up all water and dirt with a wet vacuum. The floor is then rinse mopped to wash away any chemical residue. The final step is wax is applied in single even coats with dry time of up to 40 minutes inbetween coats. We apply up to 6 coats depending on the preferred level of shine and protection customer requests. Floor waxing costs .30 cents per square foot of tile area that needs waxing.

Is the flooring in good condition ( no broken tiles, no scuffed tiles, shiny floor surface, no missing tiles, no buckled tiles, no water damage )

Can this floor be waxed

Can this floor be scrubbed with a machine

What type of chemical is required

Is there a specific chemical that should be used

Can this floor be mopped

Sweep floor

Is the flooring in poor condition ( broken tiles, scuffed tiles, dull floor surface, missing tiles, buckled tiles, water damage )

Is the flooring in good condition ( no broken tiles, no scuffed tiles, shiny floor surface, no missing tiles, no buckled tiles, no water damage )

Please note that this checklist is a hypothetical example and provides basic information only. It is not intended to take the place of, among other things, workplace, health and safety advice; medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment; or other applicable laws. You should also seek your own professional advice to determine if the use of such checklist is permissible in your workplace or jurisdiction.