Tough On Dirt.
Gentle On You.

Tile and Grout

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Gentle deep cleaning

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No harsh chemicals

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Residential cleaning

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Commercial cleaning

There are two ways to clean tile and grout. You can get on your hands and knees using harsh chemicals and several stiff bristle brushes …or you can call us.   Our way utilizes Green certified products designed to emulsify ground in dirt, cooking oils, and everyday food stains without the VOCs or harsh odors of other tile cleaners.  These products are not only safe but also work on natural stones, porcelain tiles as well as ceramic tiles. There is no mess involved with our special self-contained rotary tile wand, which utilizes high-pressured hot water and powerful extraction to get your tile beautiful again. Your floor will be left sanitized and truly clean with no soapy residue to attract dirt. This will do a much better job in a fraction of the time. Yes, we will still get on our hands and knees to get edges and difficult areas but you won’t have to.  From residential homes to commercial shopping malls, restaurants, and even car dealerships we find that our customers are pleasantly surprised with the final results, in some cases having forgot what the floors original color used to be

FAQS

How long will it take to professionally clean my tile and grout?
It’s not just a cleaning its more of a restorative process. It will take more time to clean tile and grout so allow 30 to 60 minutes per 300 square feet.
Should I have my grout lines sealed?
Unless you have used one of the new epoxy or urethane/quartz-based grouts, sealing the grout joints is highly recommended following the cleaning. We use a water based penetrating sealer that has no odor. This commercial grade sealer provides a barrier against dirt and most stains. We ask that you allow the sealer to cure a full 48 hours before any liquids are allowed to contact the floor.
How soon can I use the area after it is cleaned?
You can walk on the tile once we are done cleaning, the floor will be mostly dry. We will use fans designed to blow air across the surface during the cleaning process. We recommend to avoid using the area for 30-40 minutes  if the sealant is reapplied. Care should be taken to avoid the grout lines if they still appear wet.
How often should I have my floor professionally cleaned?
Frequency will depend upon your use, cleaning products used, and overall maintenance between cleanings. Generally 12 to 18 months would be a good recommended maintenance schedule for a kitchen. However, everyone’s tolerance and cleaning habits are not the same. If you are seeing a noticeable difference where you walk compared to the outside of the room, it may be time. A good quality grout sealer can extend the time between needed cleanings by making it easier to maintain a clean appearance.
How should I maintain the floor once it’s cleaned?
Ceramic, porcelain, and glazed tiles can be cleaned and sanitized with vinegar (plain white) and water 1:1 ratio in between professional cleanings. This will also help in removing soap residues. Take care not to get this mixture on any metal for it is corrosive. Vinegar and other acids cannot be used on natural stones, which are more sensitive and require neutral cleaners. Blue Dawn® dish washing detergent is an old favorite for many when it comes to lifting dirt and oil. A few drops in bucket of hot water will create a mild but effective solution.
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Hours Of Operation

Monday-Friday 9am to 5pm

Monday-Saturday 9am to 2pm

24 Hour Emergency Service

Peoria 282-7453

Bloomington/Normal 807-5252

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We Serve the Following Cities

Peoria County:

Bartonville, Bellevue, Brimfield, Chillicothe, Dunlap, Edelstein, Edwards, Elmwood, Glassford, Hanna City, Kickapoo, Mossville, Peoria, Peoria Heights

Marshall County:

Henry, Hopewell, Lacon

McLean County:

Bloomington, Normal, Carlock, Danvers, Downs, Gridley, Heyworth, Hudson, Le Roy, Lexington

Woodford County:

Congerville, El Paso, Eukeka, Germantown Hills, Goodfield, Kappa, Metamora, Roanoke, Spring Bay

Tazwell County:

Deer Creek, Delevan, East Peoria, Groveland, Mackinaw, Marquette Heights, Morton, Pekin, Washington, North Pekin, Pekin, Tremont