STONE, TILE & GROUT CLEANING

Clean Stone Tile

Why is it important to maintain your flooring?

As you well know, your flooring is a big investment. It’s the foundational decorative design of the interior of your home. But whatever kind of flooring you have, whether that is carpeting, ceramic tile or natural stone, it all has to be maintained and cleaned regularly to keep up its appearance. You may do your best to keep up with the maintenance of your flooring, but despite all your efforts, you’ve noticed it just doesn’t look the way it used to.


Over time, hard surface flooring like ceramic tile and natural stone can become embedded with dirt, grease and grime that your household cleaners and mops just can no longer remove, especially those hard to clean grout lines.


This is where our services can help. With our restorative cleaning process, we can bring back the appearance of your flooring to the way it used to be, just like in this photo!


Our process starts by vacuuming the floor to remove any loose debris.

We then mask off any areas around the flooring that may need to be protected during the cleaning.

After that, we apply an environmentally friendly cleaner with oxidizing and degreasing capabilities that work deep down into the nooks and crannies to dislodge the dirty soil from the floor.

We then pay special attention to the grout lines by scrubbing the grout with a specialized brush made specifically for that purpose.

Once this has been done, we use a floor machine to thoroughly scrub the rest of the ceramic tile/ or stone.

In the next step, we use a pressure washing spinning tool that hooks up to our truck-mounted machine which uses soft hot water to thoroughly rinse and vacuum the emulsified soils off the floor to make it pristine clean.

Air movers are then used to quickly dry the floor.


Once the floor has dried, a clear penetrating sealer is applied to the grout lines of the ceramic tile. 

In the case of natural stone, after the cleaning has been done, we can polish the stone to bring back its luster. A penetrating sealer is then applied to the whole floor to help protect it against future soiling.


After the cleaning and sealing are done and the job is finished, we give you tips and suggestions on how to best maintain your floors to retain their appearanc

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