Tile and Grout Cleaning
in Michigan City, Northwest Indiana and Southwest Michigan
Mold and mildew on your tile and grout looks gross, smells bad, and left untreated it can become a dangerous health issue for your family or business. A deep clean will restore your tile back to “like-new” condition by removing stains, mildew, mold, soap scum, and any other dirty build up. We provide this service for both commercial and residential clients in Beverly Shores, Michiana Shores, La Porte, Valparaiso, Chesterton, and New Buffalo, Michigan.
Why You Need a Professional Tile and Grout Cleaning
It’s a chore not many people want to get down on their hands and knees to do. So leave it up to the professionals – we’ll save you the backache. A professional tile and grout cleaning will prolong the life of your tile while also restoring your space to one that is cleaner, healthier, and safer. Selling your home? A deep clean of your tile and grout will improve the aesthetic look of old tile and increase your home’s value. If you’re dealing with water damage, we can clean, sanitize and restore your tile during the restoration process to save you the cost of a total replacement. We offer thorough cleaning of tile and grout in showers, bathrooms, counter tops, backsplashes, kitchens, basements, entryways and mudrooms.
Frequently Asked Questions
How Often Should Tile And Grout Be Cleaned? We recommend once a year.
Do I need to do anything prior to the technician arriving for my scheduled service? Move all breakables and smaller items off of your tile.
When will I be able to walk on my floors after a tile and grout cleaning? Immediately.
Is It Important To Seal Grout Lines? We always recommend sealing the grout. Grout is porous and can be discolored if not sealed.
Mopping and Scrubbing Isn’t Enough
Check out these before and after pictures to see what a professional cleaning can really do.
Add a Grout Sealant to Keep it Protected
Grout is porous, which means moisture can seep in around the tile surface – especially in rooms with a lot of steam and humidity – and damage your tiles. Adding a sealant to your grout reduces its porous properties and makes it more resistant to future moisture and staining. If you don’t have it sealed regularly, it will wear away more quickly causing it to crack and discolor.