Learn How a Grout Cleaning Service in Chandler, AZ, Gave This Floor a Brand-New Appearance
February 02, 2017
For years, these homeowners' residence in Chandler, Arizona, had been the meeting place for their whole family. This happened due to one remarkable reason: the large 400-square-feet, reddish-tiled party room that they had constructed at the back of their residence was just perfect for family gatherings, Thanksgiving, birthdays, anniversaries, and Christmas dinners.
Nonetheless, the decades of constant dancing, wine spilling during toast, or cake fights at birthdays had progressively ruined the reddish floor's appearance. The homeowners realized this when looking through old photos of previous parties. Soon, they were going to celebrate their eldest son's graduation, and they wanted to bring the place back to its previous good-looking condition. That is, they needed a quick and effective cleaning solution. After browsing the web hoping there could be a way to restore the floor, the homeowners found our grout cleaning services in Chandler
They browsed our website and read some of our previous hard surface restoration stories. The before and after photographs amazed them so much that they decided to call us and schedule an appointment for a free, in-home consultation.
Our team of hard surface restorers arrived at their home a few days later to examine the party room floor. As they expected from what the homeowners had told them over the phone, years of foot-traffic had made the wide floor's grout dirty and unattractive. While talking to our team about the cleaning procedures they performed on the floor, the customers showed our specialists the soap-based cleaner they normally used. Our team then explained to them that this was probably the reason why the floor had gotten in such a terrible state, since soap-based cleaners leave a sticky residue that traps dirt.
After talking to our team about the upcoming graduation party, the customers expressed their concern for the floor's condition. However, our specialists put them at ease by assuring them that a deep grout cleaning service could refresh the grout and give the floor the renewed look they were looking for. Our clients immediately agreed to the service so cleaning began right the following day.
To start the cleaning process, our team of specialists applied a non-toxic, pH-neutral cleaner to loosen the embedded dirt. Secondly, a high-speed, gentle scrubber was used to extract dirt from the grout. Some of it was difficult to remove, so our team turned to vapor steam cleaning to leave the whole floor as fresh as could be. Finally, Sir Grout Phoenix applied ColorSeal to recolor the floor's grout. That way, no matter how many parties are held in future years, the grout will remain stain, water-, mold-, and mildew-resistant.
The entire process made the place look much cleaner and elegant. Also, thanks to ColorSeal, now the grout's color complemented the reddish tiles. Therefore, the floor seemed more in line with the party room's decoration. The clients were thankful we could refresh their party room's appearance with our cleaning and ColorSealing techniques.
Additionally, our skilled specialists recommended the homeowners to use a soap-less, pH-neutral cleaning agent to maintain the grout's brand-new appearance, since that type of cleaner doesn't leave a sticky residue on the floor and doesn't need to be rinsed off. They also advised them to change mop water when it appears dirty and to dry the floor with a towel or terry cloth.
If you are looking for grout cleaning and sealing specialists in Chandler or surrounding areas, Sir Grout Phoenix offers you the best services and attention. Call us at (480) 268-3257
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