Reasons to Have Your Tile and Grout Cleaned

Let’s face it: having your tile and grout cleaned probably seems like an unnecessary chore and a superfluous expense. Furthermore, you may not think that your floors are “dirty enough” to need a thorough cleaning. However, having your tile and grout cleaned can save you more money in the long run because it will remove harmful bacteria and other hazardous particles and prevent such materials from damaging and eroding your grout and tile. Also, depending on the amount of people and pets and food and other materials that come into contact with your tile and grout, your tile and grout is probably much dirtier than you think, and the presence of bacteria may cause you to get sick.

Attempting to clean your tile and grout yourself can be aggravating because it is difficult to remove materials other than typical spills and light stains in general and without harming tile. However, vacuuming and mopping your floors regularly and steaming counter-tops can help maintain the health of your floors. If you want to employ the aid of a professional cleaning company, they will most likely use various chemicals to loosen the dirt in grout lines and to remove bacteria and other materials from your surfaces through a disinfecting process.

Service Max Cleaning and Restoration is a professional company that has been serving South Florida, particularly North and South Miami and Fort Lauderdale, since 1984 and offers services that include fire damage restoration, water damage restoration, air duct cleaning, carpet cleaning, furniture cleaning, stone polishing, mold removal/remediation, oriental rug cleaning, and tile and grout cleaning.

Before beginning the cleaning process, they spray a powerful loosening chemical to free grout lines of soil. After eliminating dirt and bacteria from tile and grout, Service Max applies a penetrating sealant to protect your surfaces against mildew and dirt for up to two years and restores your surfaces to a clean, fresh condition.

To contact Service Max, visit or call (305) 856-1333.