Tile & Grout Cleaning
First Class Carpet & Upholstery Cleaning provides professional tile and grout cleaning for residential and commercial customers throughout Hudson Valley. Call 845-224-5651 to schedule your free estimate.
No matter how often you mop your floors, they still need regular tile and grout cleaning. Grout is porous, which means it easily absorbs dirt, liquids, and allergens—you can spend hours scrubbing it, but you’ll only remove the outermost layer of grime. We use a unique cleaning method that extracts dirt from deep within the grout, restores the appearance of your tile, and sanitizes your floors. Wherever you have tile and grout in your home, a professional cleaning will remove stains, allergens, and buildup.
Once we’ve finished your professional tile and grout cleaning, we can apply a sealant to your grout in order to prevent dirt and spills from being absorbed, maintaining the results and keeping your tile and grout looking like new.
Frequently Asked Questions About Professional Tile and Grout Cleaning
What is the best cleaner for tile and grout?
The best way to clean tile and grout is with a professional cleaning, as it’s the only way to truly lift dirt and allergens out of your flooring, rather than just removing surface-level stains.
How much does it cost to get tile and grout cleaned?
The cost of getting tile and grout cleaned depends on the square footage of the room, how many grout lines you have, and whether you choose to have a sealant applied afterwards.
What happens if you don’t seal grout?
If you choose not to seal your grout, you’ll need more frequent professional cleanings. Because grout is so porous, it absorbs spills, bacteria, and dirt; in a damp environment like a bathroom, grout can even harbor mold or mildew.
How often should tile floors be professionally cleaned?
Tile floors should be professionally cleaned once a year for a healthy home. If you own a business, your tile floors will likely need to be professionally cleaned more frequently because of the foot traffic commercial buildings and stores receive.