How much time do you spend on your floors? If the answer is “a lot,” then a floor scrubber machine might be for you. A floor scrubber machine can make short work of any surface, and save hours in labour costs. The key to making sure your new purchase will last and be worth the investment is to know what to look out for when shopping around!
Determine Your Needs
Before you start browsing, ask yourself what your needs are. What kind of floors do you have? Are they outdoors or indoors? Do you need something for wet scrubbing or dry only?
If your floor is made up of concrete then you will require a floor scrubber machine that is designed for wet scrubbing. If you have a car park or any other outdoor surface then an all-weather option will be better suited to your needs.
If the floors in your building are tiled or made from laminate or vinyl then a machine with dry-only brushes is a better option.
The size of your cleaning area is also important as this will dictate the size of the machine you need and whether you need ride on or pedestrian models.
Check For Reviews
It is important to check for reviews of the floor scrubber machines that are on offer as this will give you more information about which one would suit your cleaning needs. You can find these by searching online or talking to other businesses in your industry who may have already bought a machine themselves.
Try Before You Buy
With the wide range of floor scrubber machines on the market, have a go on each machine before you buy it. This will give you an idea as to which one is most comfortable for your height and what weight of scrubber head suits the surface type that you need to clean.
Companies such as Cleanhire UK offer businesses the option to hire scrubber dryers on a short term basis. These services are perfect for businesses who only want to rent one of these machines before committing investment in their own machine which can be costly, especially if they don’t know how often it will get used.
As we’ve seen, there are a lot of considerations to keep in mind when you buy your floor scrubbing machine. You need to consider the size and weight of the existing equipment that will be used with it, how often you plan on using it, what materials you want to use for cleaning (water or chemicals),and whether or not this is something that can be done by one person or if more than one person needs to work together during operation.
If any of these questions have left you feeling uncertain about which product is best for your business requirements, then please get in touch with us at Cleanhire UK so that our experts can help provide recommendations based on our years’ worth of experience working closely with businesses like yours.