Our Certified Hard Surface Restoration Experts in Houston Successfully Revamped This Damaged Ceramic Floor with Our Superior Grout Cleaning Process
July 31, 2019For our next clients, moving into their new home was not a a perfect experience. They recently purchased a new house in Houston. The property offered all the features they wanted and the family loved their new place. However, while preparing the house, they noticed the ceramic floor looked unappealing. They tried cleaning the surface, but the grout lines remained dirty no matter how much they mopped and brushed. Concerned by this problem, they searched online for solutions. Unfortunately, none of the DIY methods they used worked. The best option was to look for professional assistance. Luckily, one of their friends recommended our Houston grout cleaning service. He said we had done an amazing job in his house. He advised them to visit our website to get more information.
As their friend suggested, they went online to check out our site. On the page, they went through the "Before and After" gallery. The pictures showed them the results of our work and the superior quality of our service. They were happy to see we had successfully restored many surfaces. Once they finished browsing the gallery, they read testimonials from previous satisfied customers. The positive feedback we receive every day certifies we are leading experts in the industry. After going through our site, they knew we could help them, so they called us and requested a free in-home consultation.
On the appointed date, we assessed the condition of the surface. After greeting the owners, they showed us the floor. We noticed the grout lines were damaged. The floor received heavy foot traffic over the years. As a result, the grout had accumulated dirt and acquired a darkish color. Furthermore, the ceramic tiles looked dingy and stained. After checking the sealant, we noticed the grout needed sealing. We explained that unsealed grout can absorb all sorts of external agents like cleaner residue or spills left on the surface. When this happens, it spoils the appearance of the entire floor. To rectify all the problems, it was necessary to use professional hard surface restoration equipment and techniques.
The solution we offered was a grout cleaning service. Using our tested methods, we would restore and enhance the surface. We assured the owners an efficient, fast, and successful procedure. They were happy with our proposal and decided to hire us, so we set up a date for the job.
The following day, we performed the restoration of the floor. Our grout cleaning process requires thorough execution and our high-end tools. We began by cleaning the surface using our exclusive pH-neutral product and a high-speed scrubber. Our cleaner won't cause any damage because it is soap- free and doesn't leave residue. Additionally, it has an improved formula that can help inhibit the growth of bacteria, fungi, mold and microorganisms. Once we removed all the dirt, we were ready to fix the grout. We repaired the grout lines and got rid of all the blemishes. After that, we continued with the sealing process.
To seal the grout lines, we applied our top-notch sealant, ColorSeal. This adds a layer of protection, closing off water absorption and reducing the accumulation of dirt, grime, and all other harmful external agents. With ColorSeal maintenance isn't a problem because it makes cleaning routines easier and faster. Furthermore, our sealant offers a large selection and variety of colors. This allows the owners to match the grout with the tiles and improve the appearance of the floor.
When we finished the process, the floor looked wonderful. We invited our clients to see the results. The owners were amazed when they saw the restoration we had achieved. They were beyond happy because all the problems the floor had were gone and they could finally enjoy their new home. The grout cleaning process had been successful, cost-effective, and enhanced the appearance of their floor. After thanking us, they said the quality of our work was impressive, and from that point on, they would recommend our service to their family, friends, and neighbors.
Before leaving, we gave the family some suggestions that will help them keep the floor in top condition. To decrease dirt build-up, we recommended setting up a weekly cleaning routine. Use only pH-neutral soap-free cleaners like Sir Grout's Natural Hard Surface Cleaner. Our product is safe for any type of surface and it has ingredients that can help provide protection against bacteria and fungi. Furthermore, it is non-toxic and safe for everyone in the house, including pets. We told them it is important to avoid using soap-based or acidic cleaners. These products leave residue and contain harsh agents that can deteriorate the grout and the tiles. Make sure your cleaning solution is free of these properties. Additionally, we recommended not rinsing a mop into the cleaning solution and using it on the floor. Mops accumulate grime that can seep into the grout lines. For this reason, never use dirty mops on the surface.
Restoring your damaged surface is easy and fast with Sir Grout Houston's help. Our certified experts can give your old floor an incredible new look. We offer superior grout cleaning services that can revitalize any type of surface in just one day. As a leading company in the hard surface restoration industry, we have effective and reliable solutions at your disposal. To contact us, call (713) 856-9586 or fill out our "Request a Quote" form for a free in-home consultation. Also, please subscribe to our newsletter and keep up to date with our latest info and promotions.
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