Tile & Grout Cleaning
We Clean for Your Health
A unique touch to your 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 extra style 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 and stone 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, turning them into a breeding ground for disease-causing bacteria. Especially in bathrooms and kitchens, where germs can run rampant, it’s important to do everything you can to cut down on the spread of bacteria. While regular sweeping and mopping are helpful at keeping excessive build-up low, those don’t deliver the deep 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 chore that, that rarely yields squeaky clean results. After potentially hours of scrubbing, you often have nothing substantial to show for it but 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 Macomb County Chem-Dry operator.
Best known for our carpet cleaning service, Chem-Dry By Brian professionals are much more than carpet cleaners and offer more services today than ever before. Just like our oriental rug cleaning, carpet cleaning and upholstery cleaning services, Chem-Dry’s professional tile, grout and stone cleaning reduces the dirt and bacteria that can spread germs, so your surfaces and your home will sparkle and 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.
Chem-Dry recommends professionally cleaning your bathroom, kitchen, walls or any tile and stone surfaces every 12 to 18 months. This will ensure a healthy surface, as well as a long-lasting shine. Calling Chem-Dry By Brian will save you time, money and pain from scrubbing the tiles yourself.
Chem-Dry By Brian offers a number of service depending on the surface you need cleaned. The surfaces we service are ceramic, granite, porcelain, slate, Saltillo, travertine, and concrete. Depending on what type of surface you have and what needs to be done, we can offer you granite renewal, stone polishing, clean & seal natural stone, grout color restoration, seal & protect and clean & sanitize tile, grout or stone to complete any look you want! Don’t see what you’re looking for, give us a call and we can discuss your problem in more details.
Chem-Dry has been around since 1977, and has dedicating their time to help families live more healthfully.. because a clean home is a happy, healthy home. Choose Chem-Dry for a healthier carpet and upholstery cleaning and a safer, refreshed home that the whole family can enjoy. If you need to get your tile, stone or grout cleaned call Chem-Dry By Brian, your local cleaner serving the Macomb and Oakland Counties. We want to provide a healthier home for you, your family and your pets.
Tile Cleaning FAQ
Q: How often should my tile, stone and/or grout be professional cleaned?
A: Depending on a few factors of your tile and location, it will determine when the recommended time is to get your tile professional cleaned. Foot traffic, children, pets, and floor maintenance that should be considered.
Q: Why should I have my tiles, stone and grout cleaned?
A: With constant foot traffic, floors start to discolor or dull when dirt builds up. With a professional cleaning, the tiles will be restored to their original shine.
Q: Should my grout lines be sealed?
A: Grout lines that aren’t sealed will absorb soil and spills. With sealed lines, the porous material creates a barrier so you have more time to clean up spills and dirt before it soaks in.