Tile & Grout Cleaning
Use Floors for More Than Walking? Clean Tile Matters
Put away that toothbrush and bottle of grout cleaning. ServiceMaster Quality Cleaning tile and grout experts can clean your tile and grout more thoroughly and with less hassle. Retail grout cleaners only clean the surface of the grout; a stronger cleansing method is the only way to truly deep clean porous grout. We use specialized, high-powered equipment and products that remove and extract soil from deep within grout.
ServiceMaster Quality Cleaning can restore tile and grout to a better clean. And our grout-sealing product helps maintain the cleaned grout for months and makes your regular home maintenance more effective.
Beyond Just Improving the Appearance of Tile and Grout, Professional Cleaning by ServiceMaster Has Several Benefits:
- It can help extend the life of floors by removing debris that can weaken the tiles.
- Our cleaning is safe for tile floors of all types including ceramic, porcelain, travertine and limestone.
- It helps you avoid the expense and inconvenience of completely replacing tile floors.
- We clean ceramic and porcelain tile and specialize in kitchens, baths, countertops and other tiled areas of your home.
A Name You Can Trust.
ServiceMaster Quality Cleaning has been providing unparalleled level of cleaning for more than 25 years to the Wichita community. Our research and development team works to ensure that we are using state-of-the-art products and processes to restore your tile and grout. We work to your specifications and guarantee the job is done right.
How can I keep my floors looking clean?
- Vacuum or sweep floors before mopping to remove as much dirt as possible, especially dirt that has settled into the grout.
- Mop tile regularly with a neutral cleaner. Rinse the mop in fresh water after mopping a small section. Then, remove excess water from the floors by mopping with a dry mop.
- Clean spills quickly to avoid staining floors.
- Avoid scratching and scraping your floors with actions like dragging chairs or furniture. Scratches and cracks in the floor easily capture dirt.
- Don’t use finish was, ammonia-based cleaners or bleach, which damage floors.
How often should I get my floors cleaned?
- Beyond regular routine cleaning, we recommend professional cleaning every two to three years.