Tile & Grout Cleaning FAQ
Most frequent questions and answers about tile cleaning
Tile and grout cleaning is the process of removing dirt, stains, and buildup from the surface of tiles and the grout lines between them. This process typically involves using specialized cleaning solutions and equipment to restore the appearance and cleanliness of the tiles and grout.
The frequency of tile and grout cleaning will depend on the amount of foot traffic, spills, and dirt buildup. In general, it is recommended to have tile and grout cleaned at least once or twice a year to maintain their appearance and prolong their lifespan.
The time it takes to clean tile and grout will depend on the size of the area, the level of dirt and stains, and the cleaning method used. In general, it can take several hours to a full day to clean a large area of tile and grout.
To prevent stains on tile and grout, it is important to clean up spills as soon as possible, use doormats to reduce dirt and debris, and avoid using harsh chemicals or abrasive cleaning tools that can damage the tiles or grout. Applying a sealant to the grout can also help prevent stains and make cleaning easier.
We clean ceramic tiles, porcelain tiles, safety floors and natural stone floors like marble, limestone and terrazzo.