While tile is far more durable than carpet, that doesn’t mean it’s impervious to damage, stains, and grime. However, stains don’t mean the end for your tile flooring. Even if your floors have collected years of dirt and grease, they can still be revived with some TLC – Tile Loving Care!
Your bathroom, kitchen, and entryways are the worst culprits for grime buildup. Your bathroom is where you get clean, but it’s also the location of quite a bit grime production. Humidity doesn’t help, as it breeds mold and mildew, which can leave your grout-lines looking dingy.
Your kitchen is next, and it’s not much cleaner. Spilled batter, a fumbled egg, a tipped wine glass, grease spatter, and who knows what else could be decorating your tile floors. While you might be able to clean up most of the mess, sometimes your grout picks up what you can’t. The sealant on your tile can also degrade over time, allowing the surface to become stained or discolored.
The entryways might be last on your list, but they’re also the first places to pick up dirt. You and your guests can trample in a fair bit of snow, dirt, and debris from outside. Even if you have a welcome mat and a shoe rack, you can only prevent so much. After a while, you’ll need a deep clean.
That’s where The Dry Guys come in. When you have someone on-call to do the scrubbing and sealing for you, there’s no need for you to sacrifice a toothbrush plus hours on your knees scrubbing at grout lines. We have the technology to do a faster, more thorough job.
Even if your floors are old and showing their wear, they can still be rejuvenated by a good tile and grout cleaning. If you’re considering a tile replacement because of aesthetic damage, consider this option first. It’s far cheaper, and you might be surprised what is lying beneath all those layers of dirt, grime, and stains.
Whether you’re preparing your home for potential buyers, or just want to do some deep cleaning of your tile and grout floors, call The Dry Guys to help you get the job done faster, easier, and better than you could have imagined.