Don’t Freeze Your Carpet Cleaning Equipment

It’s November and those nights can get quite cold.  In many states, you probably have already kicked on your furnace at night.  You may have even brought out that heavier blanket to put on your bed.  Just as you like to be warm at night, so does your cleaning equipment and supplies.  Many professional cleaners get caught off guard during November because a night that drops below freezing sneaks up on you.  It only takes one freezing night to cause hundreds or even thousands of dollars of damage to your equipment.  Pumps, hoses, fittings, valves, etc. can easily burst from water freezing.

Most seasoned cleaners have probably gone through it in the past.  New cleaners beware!  Make sure you keep an eye on your local weather, whether by TV, radio, internet, or your phone app.  Take appropriate precautions.  Turn on your heater, move your equipment into your home, etc.

Everybody dislikes spending money that doesn’t need to be spent.  This is one expense that can be easily prevented.

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CleanCraft Products, Inc. is a family owned corporation dedicated to providing professional cleaners the highest quality cleaning equipment, chemicals, supplies, and information. Owned & operated by professional carpet cleaners for professional carpet cleaners!
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2 Responses to Don’t Freeze Your Carpet Cleaning Equipment

  1. jerryhend says:

    Wow! Thank you for this information, I’ll remember what I read from this post. Thank you.

    -Chris

  2. Unfortunately I have read your post too late !

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