Is it Important to Clean Your Tile, Grout & Stone Floors?

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Just like with your carpet or upholstery, the tile and stone in your home can also accumulate dirt over time. This can not only give the floor an appearance of being “dull”, but it can also discolor the grout. And over time, as the dirt builds up in your tile and stone surfaces, it can easily become a breeding ground for bacteria to settle into your floors.

Eventually you will need specialized cleaning solutions and powerful suction equipment to get your floors free of the dirt and bacteria. To actually spend hours on your hands and knees is back breaking work and many times the dirt just doesn’t want to release unless you have certain solutions and powerful suction.

Chem-Dry of Michiana has the specialized cleaning solutions and the powerful equipment to get your tile and stone clean and healthy. We can gently “blast” the dirt and grime from your tile and stone floors. This will leave your floors clean, healthy and extend the life of your floor surfaces.

If you think your tile or stone might be ready for a professional cleaning, call us to schedule a free demonstration and free estimate. This will determine whether it’s time to hire a professioal for the tile and stone in your home!

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