You Won't Believe How This Old and Dirty Floor Was Restored After a Professional Grout Cleaning in West Chester, PA
November 09, 2016
Moving to a new place can be such a hard and never-ending task, not only because of all the things that need to be moved and the tough work, but also because, in that new place, there's always something that doesn't fit the standards of your ideal home. That's what happened to this newlywed couple when moving to their new place in West Chester, PA. Once this young couple got married, they decided to move from Lancaster to West Chester. They found a really comfortable apartment near their new jobs, and they took it, but there was something that was not so great about this place – the kitchen and laundry room were very unattractive due to the dirty and stained floor.
Grout is a highly porous material, so grime can easily permeate grout lines. If this is not controlled on time, it could create bigger problems and costly repairs. These homeowners thought the damage was beyond repair, and they were seriously considering ripping the whole flooring up to replace it. However, a close friend advised them to investigate and look for professional help to repair it. Looking for the best solution and worried about the cost, they searched on the Internet for a West Chester grout cleaning
service to recover their floor. They immediately found Sir Grout of Greater Chester County, and they called us for an inspection to diagnose the damage on their floor.
On the scheduled date, our tile and grout cleaning team went to their place and inspected the entire apartment to check which areas needed the most attention. The team found that the areas that needed the most work were the kitchen and laundry room, where the flooring was seriously damaged by high foot traffic, humidity, and spills.
To help this couple finally feel at home, we did a profound tile and grout cleaning by using a pH-neutral cleaning product and a scrubber to remove all the grime. In order to prevent further damage to tile floors and grout, we proceed to seal them right after cleaning, especially when the area is highly exposed to foot traffic or moisture. So, once the floor was completely clean, we applied our special Tile Armor sealer to protect the tiles. We also applied our proprietary ColorSeal to protect and recolor the grout lines and give their floor a totally new appearance. The most important advantage of this treatment is that all grout becomes stain- and water-resistant, so the floor's immaculate appearance can last for years if it is properly maintained. Our ColorSeal is a long-lasting solution that is far less costly than replacing the whole flooring.
When our team finished, the floor looked completely new. The homeowners were truly amazed by the results. They said they really couldn't believe the difference our specialists made on their kitchen floor. The couple was so satisfied with the job Sir Grout of Greater Chester County did that they immediately invited some friends over to show them their magnificent, new place.
Some common cleaning products can deteriorate grout lines and tiles by creating a film which traps dirt, making the floor more vulnerable to stains. That's why our team suggested to always use pH-neutral and soap-less cleaning products to ensure long-lasting results. We also advised them to never let cleaning products, water, or any other spills dry on their floor. The floor should always be wiped dry to make sure that grout lines and tiles remain clean and looking perfect.
If your tiles or grout lines have become dirty and unappealing, then call us now at (215) 609-4868
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