Flooring comes in many shapes, sizes, and colors. Unlike natural stone (tiles), such as travertine and marble, porcelain and ceramic tile are considered “man-made.” So the cleaning and restoration process is a little different. One of the most popular tiles used it homes, ceramic tiles can be divided into two types: non-porcelain (i.e, traditional ceramic that can be glaze-coated to any color) and porcelain (more durable and typically has a glass-like texture).
Over the years, oil and grease mixes and often forms a thin film surface that cannot be removed with a simple home-scrub, traditional products, and a mop. Professional brush agitation, specific detergent cleaners, and sealants are needed in order to protect and maintain both tile and grout.
We specialize in cleaning colored grout, ceramic tiles, porcelain tiles, linoleum and vinyl, and even brick.