Tile & Grout Cleaning

Let ServiceMaster Clean Do The Dirty Work for You!

Tile and grout lose their shine and luster over time. Normal scrubbing and mopping do not deep clean. Retail cleaners and mopping can remove surface soil and not the embedded dirt that causes the grout to become dull. Grout is especially difficult to clean because it is porous and absorbs all the dirt and debris. ServiceMaster Clean® can restore tile and grout to a better clean. In addition, you can add our grout-sealing product that helps maintain the cleaned grout for months and makes your regular home maintenance more effective. And, if your grout is discolored or you want to update the look, we also offer grout re-coloring services in a variety of colors to suit your style.

Because Do-it-yourself Isn’t Always Best

So, get off your hands and knees and put away that toothbrush and bottle of grout cleaner. ServiceMaster Clean professionals are tile and grout experts that can clean your tile and grout more thoroughly and with less hassle. Retail grout cleaners only clean the surface of the grout, but a stronger cleaning method is the only way to truly deep clean porous grout. We use specialized, high-powered equipment and products that remove and extract soil from deep within grout. If grout is cleaned improperly over a period of time, it becomes permanently discolored and can only be restored by re-coloring. Don’t waste time on ineffective cleaners; call ServiceMaster Clean.

Beyond just improving the appearance of tile and grout, professional cleaning by ServiceMaster Clean has several benefits:

  • It can help extend the life of floors by removing debris that can weaken the tiles
  • Our cleaning is safe for tile floors of all types including ceramic, porcelain, travertine and limestone
  • It helps you avoid the expense and inconvenience of completely replacing tile floors

We clean ceramic and porcelain tile and specialize in kitchens, baths, countertops and other tiled areas of your home. Types of tile we clean:

  • Ceramic
  • Porcelain
  • Travertine
  • Limestone
  • And more...

Common areas in your home that have tile:

  • Bathroom floors
  • Showers and tubs
  • Kitchen floors
  • Foyers
  • Entryways
  • Hallways
  • Sunrooms
  • Countertops
  • Backsplashes