Textiles, Carpet & Upholstery Maintenance Plans
Care, Maintenance, and Preservation program for Textiles and Upholstered furnishings
For existing carpets and upholstery, NEx Systems patented natural dry cleaning technology, NEXfoliation, cleans fibers and returns them to their original performance characteristics. Unlike standard carpet and upholstery cleaning processes, NEXfoliation is a non-toxic, patented approach to dry cleaning textiles and upholstered fabrics that removes normal soiling, spots and spills as well as mold, fungus and bacteria including Staph – without residues or odors.
Once cleaned - or for new installations - our maintenance plans use proprietary no-VOC fiber protection topically applied to protect textiles from the daily grind of foot traffic, soiling, food and beverage spills, as well as highly residual mainstream cleaning products. Textiles are porous by nature and when left untreated, can be permanently damaged. NEx Systems natural VOC free fiber protection technology preserves the original aesthetic and performance characteristics of your carpets and upholstery for years to come with no toxic odors or residues.
Hard Surface Floor Maintenance Plans
Maintenance expertise in every surface with patented processes and proprietary products
NEX Systems started as a maintenance company with proprietary formulations that were environmentally friendly and non-toxic for workers and tenants to combat the respiratory disorders rampant in the industry from toxic cleaning chemicals.
Our first products were for textiles and commercial carpets, but soon we developed non-toxic cleaning materials for use on polished concrete and epoxy floors as well. Over time, we began to replace whole flooring systems for our clients that had been specified incorrectly for their environments or installed poorly…. And eventually had accumulated the equipment, products and expertise to lead innovation across the floor installation industry.
NEX now has over 50 million square feet of commercial floor maintenance under contract.