There is nothing more exciting than seeing new tile no matter where it is. Most of us look forward to remodels because it comes with the installation of new tile, and it is even better in the bathroom. Though tile can look amazing, the reality is that maintaining it can take some work. Between each bit of tile, there is grout. Both of these materials are known to build up with residue over time. Fortunately, we are here to help.
Tile can make for a wonderful surface. It is often incredibly nice to look at, and it tends to be hard enough to make a solid area for many uses. By nature, it is resistant to certain kinds of damage, including water damage, making it ideal for highly frequented space. It comes in many different materials, shapes, and sizes. Each one requires its own sort of treatment in order to ensure that it is well maintained in the long run. When you don’t maintain your tile properly, it can discolor, grow pale, show scuffs, and more. Our tile cleaning services are designed to ensure that your tile is always sparkling.
One area that can truly benefit from a good cleaning is the bathroom. Tile is the go-to material in bathroom design. More often than not, you will find it on the floors, as well as the walls. This is because of its incredible moisture resistance. However, tile does run some added risks in the bathroom. Over time, it is common for soap scum and other kinds of buildup to show on the surface of certain tiles. This can leave a bathroom looking worse and feeling a bit dingy. Fortunately, our team is ready to polish your tile up so your bathroom looks brand new.
Grout can be found all around the home and plays a vital role. Though grout can be used to offer a certain design touch, it is generally chosen because it is helpful functionally. Grout is used to bring together other building materials like tile all around the home. The fact is that grout is excellent at holding certain items together. Unfortunately, it is also known to get dirty over time.
The majority of grout is known to be lighter than the surrounding materials, but that isn’t the only problem. When you touch grout, you will find that it has a fairly rough surface in most cases. Other times, it might feel soft and smooth. In both cases, grout is prone to attracting dirt and other materials, particularly with prolonged exposure. When grout gets dirty, you can physically see it. It tends to get discolored, oftentimes turning yellow, tan, and sometimes other colors depending on what stained its surface. This doesn’t look great, but sometimes a household cleaner can’t fix it. Thankfully, the team at Disson’s Carpet and Upholstery can!