Our West Chester Grout Cleaning Professionals Provided a Remarkable Service and Restored the Restrooms in SS. Simon and Jude Church
February 15, 2021
Maintaining public restrooms in top condition can be difficult because these areas receive hundreds of visitors daily. This heavy use can lead to damages that require professional attention. The manager of SS. Simon and Jude Church in West Chester, PA, contacted Sir Grout because there was a problem with the church's restrooms. The ceramic tiles looked dull and the grout lines had acquired a darkish tone.
The cleaning staff of the church tried to solve the problem with regular maintenance, but they were not successful. Despite their best effort, nothing they tried worked. Concerned by the issue, they notified the church manager. After seeing the problem, he decided to look for professional assistance. Luckily, one of his acquaintances was a loyal Sir Grout of Greater Chester County client. She highly praised our West Chester Grout Cleaning
service and recommended visiting our website to find more information about us. The manager followed her suggestion and went online to visit our site. Everything he saw and read convinced him we were the best hard surface restoration company in town. He filled out the "Request a Quote" form and asked for a free assessment.
As requested, we visited SS. Simon and Jude Church to inspect the restrooms. We immediately noticed the grout lines were full of dirt and grime. Because of this, the restrooms' ceramic tiles looked run-down and unappealing. As we continued the evaluation, we learned it was necessary to seal the surface. We explained common grout is porous and can absorb all sorts of external agents. Sealing the grout lines is essential to prevent future damages. When we finished the inspection, we concluded that regular cleaning wouldn't provide an effective solution. The restoration required Sir Grout's hard surface expertise and professional equipment. We proposed a grout cleaning service to address all the damages and give the surface a revamped new look. The church manager was happy with the assessment. He accepted our offer and decided to set up a date for the job.
We returned to SS. Simon and Jude Church on the appointed date, ready to restore the restrooms. To ensure the best results, our grout cleaning process consists of several steps. We began by cleaning the surface using our exclusive pH-neutral natural hard surface cleaner and a high-speed scrubber. Our top-of-the-line product is soap-free and won't cause any damage. It is made with high-quality ingredients and offers many benefits. With this step, we successfully removed all the dirt. Once the restrooms were spotless, we continued with the grout repairs. Using professional diamond saws, we thoroughly worked on the entire surface and fixed all the issues.
The final step of the restoration was the sealing process. For this task, we applied a coating of the best grout sealant, our state-of-the-art ColorSeal. Our top-notch product provides unmatched protection, closing off water absorption and repelling dirt, grime, and other harmful external agents. It also makes cleaning routines easier and faster. ColorSeal has a large selection and variety of colors. The owner can match the grout with the tiles, greatly improving the appearance of the entire surface. When we finished all the steps, the restrooms had been completely overhauled and the ceramic tiles looked great.
Our client was beyond thrilled with the results of the grout cleaning job. He loved the brand-new appearance of the restrooms. The church manager was very happy because the restoration had been cost-effective, successful, and fast. After thanking us, he assured us he would recommend Sir Grout of Greater Chester County to everyone.
Public restrooms receive wear and tear. As a result, surfaces can deteriorate quickly and lose their appeal. To prevent damages and keep these challenging areas in top condition, it's necessary to follow Sir Grout's recommendations. Before leaving, we gave the cleaning staff of the church some suggestions for safer and more effective maintenance. We recommended using only pH-neutral, soap-free cleaners like Sir Grout's Natural Hard Surface Cleaner
. Our product doesn't leave any harmful residue. It is also non-toxic and safe for everyone. Setting a regular cleaning routine is the best way to prevent the accumulation of dirt particles.
We do not recommend using soap-based or acidic cleaners. These products contain harsh properties that can harm the surface. They can also leave a residue that seeps into the grout. This can lead to more severe issues like structural damage. When applying the cleaning solution, always use clean mops. Let the surface dry completely before entering the restrooms again. Avoid using abrasive tools because they can leave scratches.
As you can see in the before and after pictures, Sir Grout of Greater Chester County always provides the best results. With our professional grout cleaning process, restoring your damaged surfaces can be easy and fast. We offer qualified services that are effective in any setting, including bustling commercial environments. As a leading company in the hard surface restoration industry, we have years of experience providing reliable solutions to countless satisfied customers. Don't hesitate to contact us by calling (215) 609-4868
or by filling out our "Request a Quote" form for a free consultation. To learn more about our commercial tile and grout services, click here
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