Stone, Tile, & Grout Cleaning
We Clean For Your Health
One of the nicest touches to the basic architectural components of a home is ceramic or stone tile in kitchens, bathrooms, entryways and even outdoors. It’s hard to go wrong with tile. It’s durable, long-wearing, and looks great. A stone tile floor in the entryway immediately adds an air of class in a home, and there’s nothing quite like a stone patio in the backyard to host a barbecue for family and friends.
Unfortunately, tile, stone, and grout are not immune to the unhealthy elements that are in and around your home. Over time, dirt and grime build up in the porous surfaces of your stone, tile, and grout flooring. While regular sweeping and mopping with regular household cleaners are helpful at keeping excessive build-up at bay, it doesn’t deliver the deep tile and grout cleaning that your floors really need.
Some people try to take matters into their own hands and scrub between the tiles with a toothbrush to get at that gunky build-up that mops and brooms can’t reach. Unfortunately, that’s a lot easier said than done. It is a back-breaking method of grout cleaning that, after all the work, yields mixed results at best. After potentially hours of scrubbing, you often have nothing substantial to show for it besides several aching joints and a filthy toothbrush. So what’s going to save your back and deliver a deep, safe, healthy cleaning?
The answer: professional stone, tile, and grout cleaning from your local Chem-Dry operator.
Best known for our carpet cleaning service, Chem-Dry professionals are much more than carpet cleaners and offer more services today than ever before, like tile cleaning in Redlands. Just like our oriental rug cleaning, carpet cleaning, and upholstery cleaning services, a Chem-Dry professional stone, tile, and grout cleaning reduces the dirt and grime. Our tile floor cleaning services will make your surfaces and your home sparkle – not to mention it’ll be safer for your family and pets. Safeguard the health of your family and the beauty of your home with stone, tile, and grout cleaning services from Chem-Dry.
Clean, Protect, and Seal Surfaces
A professional tile and grout cleaning will remove the dirt and grime that has collected on your floors over time can restore a healthy shine to your tile and make it look like it did when it was first installed. But the grout used to install it is a highly porous material that can absorb soil and spills, just like carpet, making them more difficult to clean and making cleaning efforts less effective. After we clean your tile and stone floors, we apply a sealant to keep out dirt and grime, giving you the opportunity to clean up any spills quickly before they can soak into the grout to stain and linger.
Trained and certified Chem-Dry professional tile cleaners take their time to complete our thorough stone, tile, and grout cleaning process. Chem-Dry provides the best possible service with the safest and most effective cleaner to ensure a safer, healthier home for your family:
- Before the on-site cleaning process begins, Chem-Dry professionals perform pretests to determine the type of stone, tile, or grout to guarantee the safest, highest quality outcome for your home, especially when working with acid-sensitive surfaces such as marble, terrazzo, travertine, and limestone.
- Our certified technicians also provide additional inspection, tape off the area to protect adjacent surfaces, and perform dry soil removal, clearing away surface dust and dirt for better access to build-up and more effective deep-cleaning results.
- Chem-Dry professional tile cleaners perform quality checks along the way. If the results are uneven or do not meet expectations, they clean over the uneven area and check their results again, repeating this quality control process until they’ve reached the optimal result.
- Immediately following your cleaning, Chem-Dry sealers are applied that create a barrier to keep grime out and allow for easy maintenance. Our stone, tile, and grout cleaning and sealing services leave your floors purified, protected, and ready to use after only a few hours.
- Additional floor cleaning services such as grout recoloring, stone polishing and granite renewal restore your floor and other surfaces to their original color and luster.
Don't just take our word for it
Dada and Philip, who serviced my carpet arrived on time. They were very respectful of my new home. Dads was very professional and courteous explaining the cleaning process and what result I could expect and not expect. Dada took time out during the job to provide evidence that my carpet was clean and free of all dirt and pet dander. I would not be hesitant at all to recommend this company to my friends and relatives! Awesome job! I would that all service people be like them! Thank you!
Want to learn more about our tile cleaning process? Watch this short video to see it in action!
Frequently Asked Questions
Why should I have my tile, stone and grout cleaned?
Just like carpet, dirt builds up over time that dulls your tile or stone’s appearance and discolors your grout. A thorough, professional tile, stone & grout cleaning is the only way to remove the deep-down dirt, make this area of your home look nicer and ensure that all areas of your home are clean and healthy. Scrubbing tile & grout on your hands and knees isn’t a fun job – with our professional equipment we can save your back-ache and make your tile surfaces look better than ever.
How often should I clean my tile, stone and/or grout?
Many factors need to be considered when determining the frequency of cleaning. Foot traffic, children, pets, and routine floor maintenance will affect how often you need to have your tile, stone & grout cleaned. If stains and discoloration are present then your tile and grout is ready for a cleaning.
Why should I have my grout lines sealed?
Grout is a porous material that absorbs soil and spills, just like carpet. Having a sealant applied will help create a protective barrier, giving you more time to clean up dirt and liquid spills before they soak into the grout. The type of sealant you choose will determine the degree of stain resistance that the grout will hold.