Professionally cleaning stone and tile throughout your home can look nice, but also can extend the life of your floors and tiling in the long run. Routine floor and tile cleaning can keep wear-and-tear, staining, and further damage from tuning into bigger issues. Here are five ways regular, professional stone and tile cleaning can extend the life of your stone floors and tiling.
Whether you have an infant who is almost ready to crawl or a toddler who puts everything in her mouth, keeping the floors clean when you have young children is extremely important. You may think you have an advantage if your floors are tile or stone, but there are important considerations for how to clean these surfaces when you have a little one around.
It is a great feeling to have a fragrant, clean bathroom with sparkling mirrors and spotless tiles. After hours of scrubbing and wiping away the built up dirt and grime that accumulates all too quickly in a busy household, you feel satisfied to pull off your rubber gloves and store them under the sink until next time. As you stand back to admire your efforts, you would never stop to consider that your bathroom is not really clean at all.
Homes should promote the resident’s health. People spend a lot of time in them, and they naturally are effected by their surroundings. Picking tile as a design element is a good first step in promoting your health in general. They don’t have any fibers to catch pet dander and they don’t hide any substances beneath their surfaces. Their best feature for your health, though, is that they are easy to clean. Keeping your tiles clean can ensure that your home promotes your health in a number of ways.
Whether it’s a kitchen backsplash or tiled bathroom floor, grout is the essential filler for tiled spaces throughout the home. If you have tiled surfaces you probably notice that, while it may be simple to clean the tile, it is often difficult or even impossible to thoroughly clean the grout. Here we’ll talk a little bit about what grout is and try to answer the question “Why is my grout always dirty?”