Tile & Grout Cleaning

Return Tile & Grout to Like-New Condition

You Won't Believe the Difference!

Hard surface flooring can add beauty and texture to your home. It is sometimes chosen by homeowners with the misconception that it is easier to care for than carpeting. While it surely requires a different type of maintenance, it still needs proper care and cleaning on a regular basis, just as your carpet does.

Even if you clean your tile floors regularly, you will probably notice that the grout lines continually get darker and darker – to the point that you may not even remember what the original grout color was! The same can be true for the tile itself. Because grout is a porous material, it can easily trap dirt. As it builds up, the grout will darken in color.

the dry guys, grout cleaning in kenosha, tile and grout cleaning
the dry guys, grout cleaning in kenosha, tile and grout cleaning company kenosha

Get Off Your Hands & Knees!

(and save your toothbrush for your teeth!)

There is a much better way to keep your tile & grout looking like new, and all you have to pick up is the phone. “The Dry Guys” can clean and restore your hard surface floor – no toothbrushes required!

  • A mild alkaline solution is used first to loosen accumulated soil, grease, and contaminants.
  • The cleaning solution combined with agitation from a tile cleaning tool with rotary brushes removes the soil, grease & contaminants from the floor, and it’s carried away through the vacuum port.
  • A sealer can be applied following the cleaning. It will protect the grout and help prevent it from absorbing the dirt, dust and grease that finds its way to your floor.
kenosha tile cleaning, tile and grout cleaning in kenosha, tile cleaning company kenosha
tile cleaning in kenosha, kenosha tile and grout cleaning, the dry guys
tile cleaning in kenosha, kenosha tile and grout cleaning, the dry guys

The end result was so great that the areas cleaned looked like they had just been retiled. The bathrooms were noticeably brighter and there were numerous comments made by the people who work in the building about how wonderful they looked.

- Neil Guttormsen