McCreary’s Healthy Homes
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Typically, we break out the mop to clean the surface of the tile and it does a decent job. The residue that is cleaned from the surface of the tile travels to your grout lines and causes discoloration. The surface of tile is easy to clean, but cleaning the grout lines can be a tough task. Not only is it tough to clean, but tedious back breaking work. The traditional on your hands and knees with a toothbrush and a bucket, scrubbing your life away. Call (517) 484-6908, your Local Professional tile and grout cleaning services Grand Ledge MI.
Placing carpet in a kitchen or bath area is a huge mistake. Grease, food crumbs, and the immense traffic will lead to the carpet being destroyed in the kitchen area. While wet feet, humidity, and after shower products determine the fate of the carpet in the bath area. Tile and grout are a perfect choice to be placed in those areas. Although, it’s more expensive, you will save time and money in the future.
Maintain the beauty.
Do you remember the first week your tile and grout was installed? Absolutely beautiful, right? The only similarity tile and carpet have is they both need to be cleaned. McCreary’s Healthy Homes offer a high pressure clean to help maintain the sparkle it had the day it was installed. Once a year, you should hire a Professional tile and grout cleaning service Grand Ledge MI.
Unless you have scheduled a professional, once a year to clean your tile and grout please don’t expect perfection. If a stain sits to long weather it’s in carpet or in your grout lines it can become permanent. McCreary’s Healthy Homes can restore approximately 85% back to it’s original condition.
Protecting an investment.
Your hard work has allowed you to purchase a very pricey product. If it’s not regularly cleaned, you’re not protecting your investment. Call (517) 484-6908 for a FREE estimate. Quit procrastinating and make the call! If you’re not ready to make the call, please fill out the form below.
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