TCM Restoration & Cleaning: Tile and Grout Cleaning

If you have ANY of the Hard Surfaces listed below, in or surrounding your home, you must read this Special Bulletin!
Ceramic Tile with Grout, Porcelain Tile with Grout, Concrete, Slate, Travertine, Granite, Marble, Brick and more...

Warning!

Hard surfaces that are unsealed or sealed with poor quality sealers are a sponge for oil, food or beverage spills which can result in permanent staining. Proper sealing and maintenance can protect your flooring investment from permanent damage by creating an invisible barrier to reduce spill penetration.

Before and after of tile restoration and cleaning
Cleaning your tiles will make them look brand new

A simple test to see if you are properly sealed

Step 1: Take a spoonful of water; pour it on grout or stone. Wait 5 minutes. Did the water absorb? Did the color darken?

If you answered yes to either of these questions, your hard surfaces are vulnerable to staining!

Sick and Tired Of Those UGLY Floors? Let us restore Your Floor’s Beauty!

You’ve worked very hard and spent thousands of dollars to get your home looking great. Let us help you keep it that way!

Frequently Asked Questions

How do you clean the surface to be sealed?

Indoor surfaces must be steam-cleaned. We achieve this through our state of the art cleaning process which extracts the moisture during cleaning before applying the sealer. Exterior surfaces are pressure washed with heat.

How soon can I walk on the surface after sealing?

This varies depending on temp, humidity, & absorbency of the surface being sealed. Usually within a couple of hours, you can be back on the surface. We will supply you with some shoe covers as well. What to do now? Call TODAY for your FREE Inspection!

Client Testimonial

We are very appreciative with all the staff. From the 1st contact and newsletters to the cleaning services itself, Always friendly and very helpful. We have tile floors in certain areas of our home, and with four dogs it gets pretty grimy. The tile looks Brand New!

—Gail Milner