Our Grout Cleaning Professionals Restored the Condition of This Floor in Houston
October 12, 2022
Damaged grout is a common occurrence on tile floors. Liquid getting through the grout and improper cleaning and sealing processes can cause this problem. When damaged grout is ignored for a long time, the structure and appearance of the floors deteriorate. Most homeowners are unaware that their floor grout has deteriorated until it is too late.
A homeowner recently requested our grout cleaning services in Houston, Texas
, to restore his tiled floor. He had realized some time back that his floor was deteriorating. Dirt had begun accumulating in the grout lines, making them dark and discolored. He didn't have the time to clean his place often, but he decided to try it one day.
He went out and bought various cleaning items and tried cleaning the floor. Even after cleaning the floor with the products he purchased, he noticed that the overall appearance of the surface stayed the same. At that point, several of the grout lines looked terrible. Concerned, he searched for a solution on the internet.
Most people on the websites he went through suggested getting the grout lines professionally restored. He discovered that structural damage might result if the grout is not properly taken care of. He searched for a local hard surface restoration company online and found Sir Grout Houston on the first page of search results. He was sure we were the best option after watching video testimonials from satisfied customers and viewing our before and after picture gallery
. He requested a free in-home evaluation shortly after.
Our team went to the owner's home on the day of the evaluation to assess the condition of the floor. The floor was unclean, and the grout lines were deteriorated and full of dirt. The grout had to be replaced all over the surface. When our specialists asked the client about his cleaning habits, he said that he used over-the-counter cleaning products when he tried to clean the floors. These cleaning products contributed significantly to the grout's deterioration. If grout isn't adequately sealed, most store-bought products will destroy it. The homeowner was pleased with our evaluation and chose to hire us.
Our team returned on the scheduled date to get the job done. We began by soaking the floor in a pH-neutral, soap-free cleaner. Our cleaner has components that help decrease the formation of fungi, mold, and mildew, in addition to being tile and grout safe. Our experts used a high-speed scrubber to clean the floor's surface after letting the cleaner sit for a moment. We steam cleaned the surface to get rid of the remaining dirt.
After the floor had been cleaned properly, the sealing procedure began. This step would be the last in our multi-step process. To assure long-term preservation, ColorSeal was used. Our top-of-the-line sealant produces outstanding results. It protects against dirt, grime, and other external irritants, reducing daily wear and tear. The floor looked terrific after we were done.
The homeowner was able to see the results and was surprised by what he saw. Filth was not present, and the grout lines looked way better. He showed his appreciation for our services and said that he would recommend Sir Grout Houston to his relatives.
We gave the homeowner some maintenance advice before leaving. We recommended keeping the surface as dry as possible. We also advised him to avoid using over-the-counter cleaning products. Most people aren't aware that these cleaners contain dangerous chemicals that can ruin tile and grout. A pH-neutral, soap-free cleaner, such as Sir Grout's Natural Hard Surface Cleaner
, will effectively clean your hard surfaces and give them the cleanest appearance.
Our grout cleaning specialists provide the best hard surface restorations in Houston and nearby areas. Call us at (713) 856-9586
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