What a Difference! This Bathroom Looks Like New After a Grout Cleaning in Boston, MA
December 27, 2017
As much as we would like for our homes to remain in perfect condition, time is not a gentle thing to deal with here. Wear and tear is normal, and most home interior and exterior surfaces require frequent maintenance in order to keep them looking good and well-maintained over time. Busy rooms like the kitchen and bathrooms are more prone to experience overuse due to heavy foot traffic, constant exposure to water and staining substances, and ineffectual cleaning methods, making them look dingy after a while.
Our clients, a couple native to Boston, were having trouble with both their kitchen and bathroom floors. They initially thought maybe replacing both could be a good investment, but the woman wanted to check other options before breaking the bank on an extensive and messy renovation. Their problems, however, were very clear: the tiles had a yellow layer of grime dulling them and the grout was darkened. They knew these were signs both floors needed professional maintenance, so they set out to find the best Boston grout cleaning
service to restore them.
They took their time doing research on the internet, looking for the most reputable Boston tile cleaning
companies. Then they stumbled upon Sir Grout of Greater Boston's website. After going through some of our testimonials and noticing the high quality of the services we offered, they decided to give us a try and signed up for a free in-home evaluation.
Just a few days later, our crew of expert technicians arrived at our clients' residence to make the necessary assessments and offer them the best possible solution. Thankfully, neither the kitchen nor the bathroom floor had irreparable damages—all that was needed to spruce up their appearance was a tile cleaning service coupled with Sir Grout of Greater Boston's flagship grout cleaning treatment. Relieved that they wouldn't have to opt for a replacement, our clients agreed to the services and scheduled another appointment.
Grout is a very porous fluid form of concrete, so it must be carefully mixed, installed, and sealed. There is a specific process in doing so for it not to crack or peel, to prevent staining, and to avoid water seepage, which can cause serious problems if ignored. Many people do not have proper installation and sealing of their grout, which can eventually lead to issues such as loose tiles and moldy grout. Luckily, this was not our clients' case; the stains and persistent grime weren't irreversible.
To restore our client's kitchen and bathroom floor, our techs started by applying our soap-less and pH-balanced and rinsed most of the dirt with a high-speed but gentle scrubber. To get to the most difficult corners and remove any trace of mold or bacteria, they used a high-temperature steam cleaner. Once the grime was taken care of, our crew used our proprietary Tile Armor, a water-based tile and grout protector that keeps tiles and grout stain-free. Tile Armor is also non-toxic, which makes it perfectly safe for pets and children, and is also extremely durable.
Once our crew of experts was done, they showed our clients the results. The couple was mesmerized; the man said he was thankful they came to Sir Grout of Greater Boston before they decided on a long renovation that would have ultimately been a disturbance, too messy, and too expensive. They were so happy that they left us a nice review:
Bob & Amy M - Middleton, MASeptember 14, 2016
Chris, everything went really superb today. Rigo was a very good, very professional, nice man. He did a super job. Please feel free to use us in anyway in any future recommendations. Again, I thank you!
Are your floors looking dingy and in dire need of a facelift? Our experts at Sir Grout of Greater Boston provide all the hard surface restoration services to make your surfaces look renewed. Call us at (781) 899-0388
or fill out the "Request a Quote" to set up an appointment with our crew.
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