Expert Tile & Grout Cleaning in Dallas – Fort Worth, TX
Different floors have different maintenance needs. Ceramic tile is a valuable material that is smooth unlike concrete and does not rot like wood. However, dirt and debris accumulate on the tile and within the grout lines. Over time, the grout can disintegrate and damage the floor. Professional tile and grout cleaners use the most effective methods to keep floors clean. As a concerned home or apartment owner, consider the reliable services of Clarkie’s Carpet Cleaning. The company also cleans several other types of flooring surfaces such as: tiled, concrete, rubber, laminate floors.
Clarkie’s Carpet Cleaning tile and floor cleaning professionals consider each floor individually. They choose the best cleaning method based on the condition. As a homeowner, you may have used cleaning products that strip the floor of its shine and strength. If you do not seal the grout, the color and texture may change. An unsafe and unpleasant residue is common. Clarkie’s Carpet Cleaning cleaners are biodegradable and leave no residue or stains behind. Clarkie’s Carpet Cleaning professionals pay attention to your needs. They provide plenty of safe, effective options for your floor.
We Clean Different Types of Hard Floor Surfaces
- Rubber (gym floors)
Clarkie’s Carpet Cleaning professionals take several steps to clean and renew your floor. First, they apply a non-toxic cleaner that covers the floor completely. The cleaning solution loosens stubborn stains and dirt from the file and grout. Then, the professionals either use hot water and high water pressure to clean off the dirt, which flows into our cleaning machine or we will use our floor scrubbing machinery to power scrub your floor and also vacuum up the water. We do not leave pools but vacuum up the water on your floors. Depending on the floor size, this controlled cleaning can take one or two hours. Next, they dry the floor with high pressure machines. This process can take up to half an hour. Afterwards, you can maintain your floor to preserve its condition.