TILE & GROUT CLEANINGProfessional local tile cleaning in Logan, UT and Cache Valley
Tile & Grout Cleaners in Logan, UT
Tile and stone floors are now popping up in entryways, family rooms, and kitchens – not just bathrooms! Despite this trend, tile and grout easily become dulled or stained with dirt over time. Instead of hours spent on your hands and knees scrubbing the grout with a toothbrush or mopping tiles with store-bought cleaners, let Chem-Dry Of Northern Utah transform these surfaces back to their original sparkle! Our professional technicians use specialized cleaning solutions and equipment to remove soil and dirt that has built up over the years. Let us refresh the look of the stone, tile, and grout in your Logan, UT home!
Our Tile Cleaning Process
Before the tile cleaning process begins, we perform tests to determine the type of stone or tile. We do this to guarantee the safest, highest quality outcome for your home. Especially when working with acid-sensitive surfaces such as marble, terrazzo, travertine, or limestone.
Our certified technicians also provide additional inspection, tape-off the area to protect adjacent surfaces, and perform dry soil removal. They clear away surface dust and dirt for better access to build-up and more effective deep cleaning results.
We’ll perform quality checks along the way. If the results are uneven or do not meet expectations, we will clean over the uneven area and check again. We repeat this quality control process until the optimal result is achieved.
Chem-Dry sealers are applied immediately following your cleaning. This creates a barrier to keep dirt out and allow easy maintenance. Our stone, tile and grout cleaning and sealing services leave your floors purified, protected, and ready to use after only a few hours.
Cleaner, Healthier, & Longer-Lasting Tile Cleaning
It is recommended that you professionally clean your tile, stone, and grout once every 12-18 months. Getting your tile, grout, and stone cleaned this frequently protects your home or business and helps your space look the best it can. Chem-Dry of Northern Utah‘s tile cleaning service is ideal for a variety of different styles of tile and stone. Including saltillo, ceramic, porcelain, slate, granite, and travertine.
We know the risks that come with using harsh soaps and cleaning chemicals. That’s why we only use natural, non-toxic cleaning solutions that are safe for your children and pets. You can be confident that we only use the best methods and solutions to clean your tile, stone, and grout.
We had Chem-Dry of Northern Utah come and clean all of the tiles in our house and they did an amazing job. My kitchen, laundry room, back porch, and bathroom all look fantastic. The tile and grout look like new, which is huge for us because we have 2 large breed dogs and 2 toddler age kids.
We are getting our house ready to sell and we will definitely be using Chem-Dry again when we move into our new house.
I would gladly recommend this company to anyone that asks.
Commercial Tile Cleaning in Logan, UT
Vinyl Composition Tile (VCT) is a very common type of tile flooring and is used in a lot of commercial and business locations. Some of the most common places you’ll find VCT are stores, hospitals, schools, lobbies, and restaurants.
These floors tend to take a lot of abuse because these places are often high-foot-traffic areas. VCT is durable, but it still requires routine maintenance to keep a clean and shiny appearance.
Chem-Dry of Northern Utah has the necessary knowledge needed to be able to restore Vinyl Composite Tile floors back to their original luster. We’re proud to offer VCT stripping and waxing services in Logan and the surrounding Cache Valley and Box Elder County areas.
VCT is strong and designed to hold up for a long time, but heavy traffic dirties the floor and quickly wears down the wax. The wax coating protects the tile underneath, and if all of the wax wears off, then the tile will obviously suffer. It’s important to schedule routine VCT cleaning, sealing and/or waxing to prevent excessive wear and tear. That is what will help your tile last!