Tile & Grout Cleaning in North Charleston, SC
Rely on Chem-Dry of Summerville to clean and refresh the look of your floors, counter tops, showers, patios, and foyers. Our trained technicians use specific cleaning solutions and powerful equipment to remove dirt and grime that has built up over the years. Your time is precious, don’t spend hours on your knees scrubbing and cleaning. Allow us to renew the shine of your tile, stone, and grout throughout your home or business.
Keep Germs Out By Sealing Your Grout
As a part of every cleaning, our certified professionals will apply a coat of durable sealant to your grout. When the sealant is applied, a barrier is created that prevents dirt from seeping into the grout pores. This helps your grout stay cleaner for longer.
Tile Cleaned By Chem-Dry of Summerville Looks Better and Lasts Longer
It is recommended that your tile, stone, and grout be cleaned every 12-18 months to ensure long-lasting protection. Sparkling, clean, sanitized tile and stone always looks better and is healthier for your family and pets.
Chem-Dry of Summerville‘s service is perfect for many varieties of tile and stone such as Saltillo, ceramic, porcelain, slate, granite, and travertine. Also ask about our grout color restoration service to rejuvenate existing grout joints.
Renew the look of your tile, grout, and stone by calling Chem-Dry of Summerville today. As a trained Tile & Stone service provider, we can provide a free phone estimate. Call us at (843) 419-8742, we would be happy to help you.
*Based on studies conducted by independent laboratories of Chem-Dry’s HCE (Hot Carbonating Extraction), P.U.R.T. (Pet Urine Removal Treatment), Granite Countertop Renewal, and Tile, Stone & Grout cleaning processes. Allergens tested were dog and cat dander and dust mite allergen. Pet odor results based on testing with the most common odor sources found in dog and cat urine. Pet urine bacteria results based on Chem-Dry’s HCE cleaning process and a sanitizer, combined with P.U.R.T. All bacteria results include use of sanitizer. Figures are an average across multiple tests.