Ceramic tile is one of the most abused and overlooked floor
and wall surfaces in the home simply because of the care involved in cleaning
it. No one is anxious to relive the terrible memories of scrubbing each tile
and grout line for hours with a small brush and of using those irritating,
harsh, and unsafe chemicals. Most of us would rather rearrange our sock drawer.
So we wait and wait …
The good news is State of the Art Cleaning Services can make short work of this
task, using only earth-safe products that won’t harm your family, your pets, or
this world we share.
State of the Art Cleaning Services skillfully accomplishes the proper cleaning
of ceramic tile. Heating purified water to over 230 degrees, we then inject an
oxygenated form of hydrogen peroxide under 800+ lbs of pressure utilizing very
specific tools and attachments. The cleaning results speak for themselves.
Whether your tile is in your kitchen, bathroom, or some other area of your
home, those stubborn stains, embedded bacteria, and germs don’t stand a chance.
Your tile and grout will look very much as it did the day it was installed.
If your tile grout requires sealing, or if you have a few pieces that are
chipped or broken and need to be replaced, we can perform those repairs too.
State of the Art Cleaning Services is dedicated to helping you keep your home
healthy, clean, and always looking its best. The solution to difficult ceramic
tile and grout cleaning is just a phone call away.
Trust State of the Art Cleaning Services for all those difficult and unpopular
projects. You really will be glad you did.
General cleaners not specifically formulated for natural stone or tile are
never recommended. These can breakdown the sealer, thereby removing its
protective properties and making the stone and tile grout susceptible to
stains. Worse yet, many cleaning products, including those that contain lemon,
vinegar, bleach or ammonia can etch away the polish, discolor the surface, or
even scratch your stone. Many cleaners have what is called a chelating agent in
them. This agent breaks down and dissolves minerals in hard water. Since all
stone is made up of minerals, these types of cleaners will dissolve and cause
streaks over prolonged use.
• Ceramic Tile & Grout
Ceramic tile and grout is man-made clay fired material.
Glazed ceramic tile does not normally require any protective treatment. It is
the glaze itself that gives the tile its excellent protection and resistance to
the absorption of dirt. Many of the new ceramic tiles in today's market are
manufactured to look like real stone State of the Art Cleaning Services offers
tile and grout cleaning and sealing.
• Quarry Tile & Pavers Brick
Quarry tiles are an unglazed ceramic material. They are
particularly well suited for exterior paving due to their low absorption and
resistance to freezing. This type of floor is one of the most durable on the
market today. State of the Art Cleaning Services offers cleaning or stripping
along with sealing or a wax finish.
• Terracotta Tile or Saltillo Tile
Terracotta tile or Saltillo tile is one of the oldest
ceramic materials made by man. This type of tile is created by mixing clay and
water, leaving it to dry naturally and then baking it in a kiln. Saltillo tile
has particular characteristics that demand special treatment. State of the Art
Cleaning Services offers cleaning and sealing for this type of floor.