Imagine how great your tile could look!
Tile is a hard surface that never needs extra cleaning attention, right? Wrong! Tile is more porous than you might think and can easily harbor dirt and germs. Regular mopping is generally not enough to combat contaminants and could even be adding to the problem. At Steam Source, our tile cleaning methods give you a truly clean floor, and combined with our grout cleaning, you’ll see a huge improvement in how your floors look.
You can turn to us for tile cleaning at your Greensboro, North Carolina home for a special occasion, such as a holiday or gathering, or talk to us about regularly scheduled visits to keep your floors looking great all the time. We have the proper equipment and techniques to restore your floors even if they have build up and dirt you haven’t been able to resolve on your own.
Often our customers tell us that they didn’t realize how dingy and old looking their tile floors had become until they saw the transformation that our tile cleaning team accomplished. We’d love to give you that experience too! We can also combine our tile cleaning with other services, such as carpet cleaning, window cleaning, duct cleaning, upholstery cleaning, and pressure washing. Doing it all is a perfect spring cleaning ritual, but we’re happy to do it any time of the year or spread different services out according to your schedule and budget.
Our main goal is always your complete satisfaction. We back our work with a 15-day warranty, so you can feel confident that you’ll love the results. If you don’t, just call and we’ll come back out. We are quite meticulous, and we don’t push for how many jobs we can get done in a day, so it is unlikely you’ll be anything less than happy. Call today to learn more.
At Steam Source, we offer tile cleaning services in Greensboro, Winston-Salem, Kernersville, Clemmons, Advance, High Point, Mocksville, Pfafftown, Jamestown, Oak Ridge, Summerfield, Lexington, King, Walkertown, Colfax, Lewisville, Welcome, Bermuda Run, Thomasville, Mt Tabor, Yadkinville, and Walnut Cove, North Carolina.