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Tile & Grout Cleaning / VCT Refinishing

Cleaning tile floors by hand is hard work. It’s messy, uncomfortable—and impossible to get the deep-clean results that come with professional tile and grout cleaning. That’s because grout, which is a porous material, collects dirt, grime and spills, often discoloring the surface. Regular mopping and spot cleaning just does not reach the hidden dirt that lies deep within the pores of your grout lines. A professional tile and grout cleaning for your floors will restore the luster to your floors, making them look like new.

At Superior Cleaning our tile cleaners achieve far better results than any hand cleaning could ever do. Our trained technicians begin by inspecting your floor to determine the best treatment process and the proper cleaning agent. Next, our tile steam cleaners yield a high-pressure water and vacuum combination that extracts dirt from deep within the tile and the pores of your grout.

Once the tile is clean, a finishing coat of clear sealant or color sealant protects your grout and keeps it looking great. The clear sealant penetrates the grout surface to create a protective barrier against spills and permanent stains. It also ensures that future tile and grout cleanings yield the best possible results.

The color grout sealant is our premier grout cleaning service. When grout is permanently stained and even the best cleaning methods can’t reverse the discoloration, our exclusive system restores uniform color and provides a waterproof seal.

This makes tile and grout cleaning easy and hassle-free. An average-size room (up to 300 square feet) takes only 30 to 60 minutes to clean. Times vary based on tile size, amount of soil in the grout lines, and the configuration of the room. If you include sealant, it typically takes about 2 to 3 hours to complete. We recommend waiting 30 minutes before walking on the floor so the sealant can dry properly. Because it takes 24 hours to cure completely, avoid any liquid from coming in contact with the sealant during that time.

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