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Ceramic tile is one of the least cared for flooring surfaces primarily due to the time and care required to cleaning it. No one wants to scrub each grout line on your hands and knees for hours with a small brush using chemicals that are harsh on your hands and potentially toxic to your pets and children. The Heaven’s Best environmentally friendly method of cleaning and sealing tile and grout will greatly enhance the appearance of your floors while creating an invisible “dirt barrier” making future cleaning a breeze.
Think All Grout is Sealed? Think Again…
You might be surprised to find out that grout cannot be sealed at the time of tile installation. Newly installed grout usually needs 72 hours to cure before a sealant can be applied to it. Since sealer is not necessarily a “requirement” of a tile and grout job, contractors will often skip this important step for one or both of the following reasons:
Reason #1: It would require a return trip to the job sight, 3 days or longer from the installation date. This is often difficult for busy contractors.
This problem is seen in about 90% of new tile installations. Without properly sealing the tile and grout, dirt and debris will build up in the pores of the grout. Routine maintenance, such as mopping, cannot properly remove dirt from the grout. In most cases, mopping simply forces the dirt into the grout lines where it accumulates over time and can actually promote the growth of bacteria.
One of the biggest threats to tile surfaces is toxic mold. Mold develops when moisture builds up and heat and moisture are allowed to fester causing mildew. Mildew continues to develop into mold. Hiring a professional tile & grout cleaning company to properly evaluate and maintain your tile situation is a great first step towards keeping your tile looking beautiful for a long time to come. Heaven’s Best has trained and experienced cleaning professionals that will tackle your tile and grout maintenance needs.
Why You Need to Seal Your Grout:
Besides its decorative aspects, grout serves other, more functional purposes. One important job of the grout lines is to give water a place to accumulate versus sitting on top of the tile surface. This helps address the slippery nature of most tile surfaces. In addition to the water, dirt and debris also find their way into the grout. By sealing the pores, the water still has a place to go while dirt and debris are kept out. This drastically reduces the time and effort required during routine maintenance and helps keep the grout looking like it did when it was new.
We want to serve you for a lifetime and we want you to be 100% satisfied with the job. You deserve the best… Heaven’s Best! Call us for a free estimate on your tile cleaning job today!