Tile & Grout Cleaning
When it comes to cleaning, few things are as difficult and aggravating as dirty grout. You try scrubbing, scraping, mopping and soaking but nothing seems to work. Actually, the more you mop, the worse it gets right? This is because the dirt and stains have gone beyond the range of most simple cleaning methods. Our system is proven to return your tile, grout, natural stone, carpet, concrete, marble, ceramic, porcelain, travertine or slate to a like new clean. We use a state of the art truck mounted system that combines super heated water, under pressure with vacuum extraction to remove all dirt, grease, grime, mold, mildew and bacteria from the floor and sanitize it. Once the floor is clean we can now protect your floor with one of our professional grade sealers to help make cleaning easier and resist future stains and build up allowing the floor to stay cleaner longer. Having your floors professionally cleaned is simple and easy. Just pick up the phone and give us a call, that’s all it takes. You’ll be amazed at how fast, effective and affordable it is to have Beyond Clean clean your Tile & Grout as well as other hard surfaces.
Why, in desperation do so many people resort to bleach and acids to attempt to clean their grout and tile? Then when this method fails, attempt to scrub and scour the filth away without results?
The problem: If you consider that seemingly smooth surfaces become scratched and dulled from daily abrasion and this in turn creates micro hiding places for dirt, oils and bacteria, conventional cleaning methods, for the most part, never truly work. In addition, the condition worsens in a short amount of time and creates an unacceptable floor that can’t be cleaned using the mop and water. The newer ceramic tile flooring creates a problem on two fronts: first, the tile surfaces are engineered with more texture than ever before making the mop less useful and effective. Secondly, and even more noticeable and problematic, the grout between the tiles has even more texture to trap dirt residue left by mopping. Mopping simply takes the dirt from the top of the tile and deposits it in the low lying grout lines where the water evaporates leaving behind the dry and crusty dirt and germs.-