We’re Approved Amtico Aftercare Specialists. This means that you can be sure that we’re experienced and qualified to advise and maintain your flooring purchase.
ServiceMaster Clean have been cleaning carpets and floors across the UK for over 50 years. We know a thing or two when it comes to specialist and professional carpet and hard floor cleaning.
Trained by Amtico on how to restore and dress Amtico flooring, we can offer specialist advice on the types of coating and treatments available to keep floors looking pristine. Our national network of trained specialists now boasts over 50 technicians who have all been thoroughly trained in how to care for your Amtico flooring after installation. Even in the most careful of homes, accidental damage such as scratches, stains and scrapes can occur when it comes to hard flooring. Fortunately, they’re all things that we at ServiceMaster Clean, like to get our teeth into.
Amtico is a premium flooring product. It needs caring for and looking after to ensure that it lasts for years to come. ServiceMaster Clean understand this and can be trusted to treat your Amtico flooring with the care and attention it deserves.
We can help with:
- Scratches, scuffs and scrapes
- Stains and cleaning
- Ongoing maintenance
- Applying protective sealants
- Advice and AfterCare Support
Amtico, when cared for properly, will last for years, whether it’s in a kitchen, hallway, sitting room or cloakroom. ServiceMaster Clean can help keep it in top condition. ServiceMaster Clean are approved by Amtico as AfterCare Specialists.
Hints and Tips for Amtico Floor Care
Use fibre matting to remove excess grit, dirt and moisture. Sweep your floor more often. Use Amtico International Floor Dressing for that extra protection.
If greasy, remove solids with absorbent paper then use Amtico International Floor Cleaner (following the instructions on the bottle). If there are dull residues, mop the floor again and avoid exceeding the recommended concentrations of the product. Avoid using ‘other’ cleaning products, for example washing up liquid.
Protect your floor under heavy furniture with wide bearing cups. For chairs and frequently moved furniture, use easy swivelling wide wheel casters or felt pads. The subfloor beneath the tiles may be permanently indented if load bearing devices are not used.