About Black Belt Floor Care
From the Owner, Daniel West
I got started in the business back in 2010 I Was having a rough time trying to get by I just put my grandmother to rest who had taken care of me since I was a baby. I was in college at the time of her death and couldn't afford college anymore my now wife of ten years was pregnant with your first child. One out of two other amazing kids years later. So I dropped out of college and went to trade school for Janitorial maintenance where I graduated top of my class. I specialized in strip and waxing because I was an artist and painter and that hard skill came easy for me even though that is the hardest janitorial skill to master. I worked for Manhattan, NY government buildings on a part-time basis. My hard work and perseverance earned me full-time contracts in metro transit transportation buildings plus subway systems, and I also worked at La Guardia Airport. I was the first worker ever in my company to have dual full-time contracts which I worked for 10 years before resigning and coming to Texas to start my cleaning business.
What makes my business different is my very diverse knowledge and experience in the industry I was a worker for 10 years and worked in many locations before landing my long-time permit locations. My company is better because I never stop learning and developing my skills. I am always trying to earn certifications and go to special training for myself and I expect no less when I do get staff in the future.
I have two special training certifications. My first certification is back in 2010 before I started doing janitorial maintenance I went to school for six months in Manhattan, NY to earn a cleaning diploma. I attended a Career Design trade School called Fedcap where each trainee cleaner goes to very rigorous intense training on everything general cleaning, Floor buffing, floor burnishing, floor scrubbing, strip and waxing, carpet shampooing, carpet extraction, grout and tile cleaning, and window cleaning. My second cleaning certification I got last month from an online course called IAP Career Design Trade School. I graduated with a Cleaning Business Certification. I wanted to learn the business side of cleaning and how to run a successful cleaning business now I am armed with both skill sets.
My promise is to give 120% effort to all my clients no matter how long or hard the project is. I guarantee great customer service, I guarantee results, and satisfactory work. My mission is to wow all of my future clients and their future clients with first-impression 3D visual effects giving all my floors that wet look like you about to swim in the water. The first thing you see when you walk into a building is the floors my mission is to leave a first and last impression when you walk in and out and think of Black Belt Floor Care. A black belt represents the highest level, so that is what I want to leave behind.
In addition to starting my cleaning business, I hold a 2nd-degree black belt in karate which I get my hard work, dedication, and perseverance from. Growing up as an orphan being raised by my grandmother I started karate at the age of sixteen. My grandmother enrolled me because I was bullied terribly. My Karate school welcomed me in like a new family member. Its there where I found my second home a father figure in my chief instructor and a Dojo family full of instructors and peers. My Dojo taught me so much and I embodied four core values, dedication, perseverance, loyalty, and courage. Through sixteen years of dedication, perseverance, and hard work after ten years of practice I was able to earn my first black belt five years later I earned my second one before parting ways to embark on a new journey in Texas with my wife and three children. Even though I may have more titles to my name such as karate champion and MVP I always remain humble and eager to learn and never forget where I came from. That's how I got my business name.
Black belt floor care cleaning and polishing floors at the highest level.
"Wax on wax off."
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