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Concord Travertine Tile Cleaners

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GHC Building Maintenance, LLC
4.8
from 446 reviews
  • 4 years in business
  • 729 hires on Thumbtack
  • Top Pro on Thumbtack
Tonya S.
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I was really satisfied with the work Quinton did. My carpet looks great and I was surprised by the cleaning of the bathroom tile. If I'm ever in need of having my carpet cleaned again, I will hire him again.

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Toney's Floor Care, LLC
5.0
from 337 reviews
  • 4 years in business
  • 484 hires on Thumbtack
  • Top Pro on Thumbtack
Roy H.
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carpet cleaning and ceramic tile & grout cleaning

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  • 8 years in business
  • 540 hires on Thumbtack
  • Top Pro on Thumbtack
Cindy N.
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Mark and his guys were on time were friendly and professional.My tile/ grout and carpet look great he even took the time to explain the process and point out spots in my grout that needed filling in oh and there a a rust spot where my heat vent register was and now it is Gone!! I highly recommend them! Also coming back soon to polish and shine my wood floors. And their pricing is very reasonably. Cindy Norman Statesville, NC

  • 26 years in business
  • 220 hires on Thumbtack
Christy B.
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Steve was very flexible with my schedule and did a great job with cleaning the grout on my tile floors in the kitchen and bathroom. He was efficient and everything went smoothly. I would highly recommend Steve!

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ABL Steam Cleaning
4.9
from 55 reviews
  • 62 hires on Thumbtack
  • Top Pro on Thumbtack
Tyler A.
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ABL did a great job with our carpets and tile flooring! Would recommend to anyone looking for the best bang for their buck!

  • 22 years in business
  • 43 hires on Thumbtack
Ilona N.
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Deck, driveway and travertine powerwashing - very professional and accommodating. He came right away for an estimate and did the job the next day. High end equipment. Very pleased!

  • 3 years in business
  • 21 hires on Thumbtack
Ali S.
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Good communication skills--Brantley & Kelly reviewed my photos to asses scope of the job: phoned to let me know arrival time; v.clear about work performed; careful & considerate with equipment, chemicals & hoses; stayed after to ensure my satisfaction when things went a tad awry with the grout sealer; let me use a coupon as well :) overall very nice job! (Note: we have no pets but 2 toddlers who trek everything on my kitchen tile)

GMAT Carpet & Tile Cleaning
5.0
from 15 reviews
  • 8 years in business
  • 10 hires on Thumbtack
Jay N.
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"I'm very pleased I selected GMAT Carpeting Cleaning to clean my entire house. GMAT arrived on time and on the original request date. (The service rep worked very quickly and quietly and was very professional), I'm so happy to see my carpets looking new again. Would definitely recommend GMAT Carpet Cleaning."

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How can I get my grout clean?

Dirt, mildew and grime can make your grout lines look downright tragic. If you have the ability, DIY tile and grout cleaning is definitely doable. Your main obstacles are time, project size, availability of the right materials and effort. Your first step in tile and grout cleaning is making sure the surface area is cleaned of basic dirt and buildup and wiped down. Be sure not to use a bleach-based cleaning agent, which could react dangerously with the vinegar used in later steps.

Depending on the delicacy of your tile and grout, it may be wise to start with water and friction before proceeding to a cleaning solution. In the shower you can spray the area while brushing gently, or use a spray bottle filled with warm water on countertops or floors. If water won’t do the trick, try a solution of equal parts warm water and white vinegar, and repeat the gentle brushing motion. This combination should begin to lift dirt and grime from the grout. For additional tile and grout cleaning power, baking soda applied directly to grout lines and sprayed with your water vinegar solution can help suds off sticky grime. If your DIY cleaning solutions aren’t doing the trick, store-bought sprays and pastes may have more cleansing power. Rinse thoroughly after cleaning and enjoy your sparkling clean grout.

Tile and grout cleaning supplies include:

  • Old standard or electric toothbrush
  • Stiff bristle brush
  • Spray bottle
  • White vinegar
  • Commercial grout cleaner

How much does it cost to clean tile and grout?

The national average cost for tile and grout cleaning ranges from $190 to $250. Pros may charge a flat fee or by the square foot. Rates can vary depending on the type of tile and grout you have (more delicate tiles may mean specialized products or careful handwashing), how dirty your tile and grout are, and what part of the country you are in (regional labor rates and costs to do business affect costs). For example, one floor cleaning company charges 75 cents per square foot for tile and grout cleaning for projects that permit cleaning by machine. Another company may charge $30-$50 per hour for hand-cleaning of tiles. Companies often charge a minimum fee for services to ensure their business expenses are met when they accept a job, no matter how small. In addition, a tile and flooring cleaning professional may charge added fees, such as $25 or more, to move heavy furniture or appliances.

How do professionals clean tile and grout?

If you need tile and grout cleaning and don’t have the time or mobility for scrubbing your entire house on your hands and knees, it’s time to turn to the pros. Tile and grout cleaning professionals have industrial-grade machines designed for the sole task of cleaning the porous materials of grout and tile. Typically, a cleaning pro will come out to assess the job and provide you with a quote. Often they charge per square foot (for example, 75 cents per square foot), with higher prices or an hourly rate for areas that will need hand cleaning. The national average cost for tile and grout cleaning ranges from $190 to $250. Once onsite, the pros thoroughly clean the area by wiping or sweeping down and then vacuuming up any dry dirt. Next a chemical tile cleaner is sprayed over the surface, causing dirt to loosen and adhere to the spray; the industry term for this is “suspension.” The pros then clean the floor with professional-strength machines, which often use a combination of steam, brushes and vacuum to loosen, agitate and lift entrenched dirt. Your floor is then rinsed, removing all the spray. Usually a small room can be cleaned in under an hour. Applying a sealant afterward is recommend and will also affect cost.

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