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Your Affordable Tile Cleaning Service

Yes, it's true. We offer one of the best tile cleaning services in Vail, AZ. We keep it pretty simple. Our job is to make your tile floors look like new. It's amazing how grout lines are so subtle, but when they're 100% clean, they can give the room a huge lift in appearance. We are your Oro Valley tile cleaners, and we'd love to make you our next satisfied customer.

We proudly serve the Greater Tucson area:

  • Tucson
  • Oro Valley
  • Marana
  • Foothills
  • Vail
  • Rita Ranch
  • Sahuarita
  • Saddlebrooke
  • And more!

Tile Cleaning Near Me

Soil, dirt, grime, and spills easily create marks and patches on the grout of tile floors, and as a result can make the entire floor look dirty and unattractive. From a commercial standpoint, the condition of floors can also have a negative impact on business and visitors.

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Hotels, restaurants, supermarkets, offices, schools and other organizations are all examples of environments where visitor opinions can mean a loss or increase in revenue. For these reasons and others, it is very necessary to protect, maintain, and preserve tile floors and keep them looking great, and for a hygienic environment. Our professional cleaning services can give you a quote today for tile and grout cleaning.

 

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How to Prepare Your Home for Tile Cleaning


Step 1: Remove clutter from the floors

There are shoes, toys, dog beds and a dozen other small objects that can make it difficult for your tile cleaning professional to perform the service. If you are having a countertop cleaned, it will help a lot to put away food, small appliances, and dishes before we arrive.

 

Step 2: Remove area rugs, mats and other floor coverings

Go ahead and remove any floor coverings that are in areas that you want cleaned. Doing this before we arrive helps our ability to deep clean your floors and get into ever area of the stone and grout. We need you to be 100% satisfied with your floors once we're finished if we ever hope you'd use us again and refer us to your neighbors and friends.

 

Step 3: Move furniture away from the cleaning areas

This includes kitchen tables, chairs, movable islands, high chairs, and storage racks. Be sure to move them to a safe location where they won't be a tripping hazard. Once the area is dry, you can move your furniture back the way you prefer.

 

 Step 4: Sweep any debris from the cleaning area

We're not talking about doing a perfect job. What we need is a quick sweep to remove dust, loose dirt, dropped pieces of food, and other pieces of junk from the floor or countertop. Sweeping helps move the process a little faster and lowers the likelihood of anything getting stuck to the ground once it's wet. An added bonus to moving the furniture out of the way is that now you will have a better opportunity to clear out pieces that may have been missed in previous cleanings.

 

Step 5: Create a clear path for our tile cleaners and equipment

Our team of cleaners will arrive ready to clean, so it will help a lot if we can easily transport the equipment to the room where the cleaning will take place. Sometimes its necessary for you to move a car to allow the cleaners to park as close to the front door as possible. It's a good idea to move these items as soon as you can to avoid any delays.

 

Step 6: Prepareyour pets for the visit

A new person in your home visiting can make a pet uneasy. Loud noises and unfamiliar smells from cleaning products can cause your pet to get upset or overly curious. While our cleaning products are safe and your pets are adorable, having a dog or cat underfoot can create a tripping hazard or other complications. Before the cleaning crew arrives, it's a good idea to have an idea of where you'll want your pets when the cleaning begins.

We get the job done right, and you'll know you've made the right choice after working with us. Thanks for stopping by.

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Tile Cleaning FAQ

How often should I have my floors cleaned?

This is always a difficult question because floors differ based on who uses them and how much traffic they endure. Just like with carpet, a lot of factors should be considered when determining how often you should clean your floors. Foot traffic, children, pets and routine floor maintenance will affect how often you need to have your tile & grout cleaned. The effectiveness of any previously applied sealants and regular maintenance schedules are also important factors in determining how often a professional floor cleaning is needed. Sealants help to keep dirt on the surface for maintenance cleaning & removal. It is important not to use acidic cleaning agents for maintenance on tile and grout. Acidic cleaning agents compromise the sealant and make it easier for dirt, oils and liquids to seep into the porous material. This makes it hard, if not impossible, for common cleaning maintenance. We recommend cleaning floors with warm water and a neutral pH cleaning agent such as dish detergent.

How long do I have to stay off my floors after having them cleaned?

Applying a sealant to your floors is an investment that we all want to last you as long as possible. For these reason we recommend you wait 30 minutes before walking on the floor to allow the sealant to dry properly. It will take 24 hours for the sealant to cure completely, so we suggest that you avoid any liquid coming in contact with the sealant during that time. This is especially true for any cleaning and sealing work that has been done around high water traffic areas like bathrooms.

How can I tell if I have natural stone or ceramic/porcelain tile?

The easiest way to tell is that natural stone often varies in color so no two pieces look the same. Ceramic/porcelain tile have repeating patterns and colors throughout, so every piece will pretty much look the same. If you are unsure of the type of flooring you have, our professional technicians can analyze the materials and determine the type of flooring you have in your home.

What natural stones do we clean?

We can clean Travertine, Marble, Limestone, Slate and Granite floors. We can also clean Flagstone, Concrete, Terrazzo and Saltillo floors.

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How do I stop tile and grout from getting dirty again after cleaning?

Eventually every floor will need cleaning again. But if the goal is to make a professional cleaning last as long as possible then we recommend using a professional clear penetrating sealer that will provide future resistance against staining and contamination. This is one of the best ways to keep floor looking their best for as long as possible.