Professional Tile & Grout Cleaning Services

Four Step Tile & Grout Cleaning Process

Step 1 Pre Inspection- The first step involves a thorough inspection of the tile so we can identify loose grout, chips or cracks.
Step 2 Apply Grout Cleaner- An emulsifying solution appropriate for the surface will be applied to the tile and grout lines. Then, we start your tile and grout cleaning by scrubbing the grout between each tile which releases the ground in dirt that gets trapped in the pores of the grout.
Step 3 Hot Water Extraction- Next, we use our tile and grout cleaning equipment and tile floor cleaner. These machines force hot water on and into your tile and grout, while extracting the dirt. The unlimited supply of hot water and the powerful extraction takes the soil back to the truck.
Step 4 Final Inspection- Finally, after cleaning, we will inspect your tile and grout cleaning results. If the results are uneven or do not meet expectations, they clean over the uneven area and check their results again, repeating this quality control process until they’ve reached the optimal result.

Why Choose Us?

  • We use state of the art equipment for more powerful extraction.
  • We’re locally owned and operated, so we don’t have to pay huge franchise fees that must be passed on to the customer.
  • Courteous, professional technicians provide meticulous and detailed services
  • Convenient appointments to fit your busy schedule – including weekends.
  • Consistent Quality control to ensure every customer is 100% satisfied.

Tile & Grout Cleaning Service in Indianapolis, IN

Our clients are always our priority. Apart from providing quality services, we also build and strengthen client-company relationships. We take note of your special requests and adhere to your schedules. If you have concerns about our service, feel free to contact us. Our friendly staff is always available to address your questions.

Indy Carpet Cleaning is dedicated to getting the job done right. We want to be your go-to provider for professional tile and grout cleaning services so you can enjoy a cleaner home or business space today!

FAQS

How to clean tile & grout?

When cleaning grout, avoid using bleach and other harsh chemical cleaners that might break down sealants. The best way to clean grout is using a natural grout cleaner.

We recommend mixing 1/2 cup of baking soda, 1/4 cup of hydrogen peroxide, 1 tsp dish soap. Mix together the baking soda, hydrogen peroxide and dish soap. Spoon mixture onto grout, wait 10 minutes, scrub and rinse.

How long will it take to have my tile floor cleaned?

For an average size room (up to 300 square feet), it typically takes 30–60 minutes to clean the tile & grout. This can vary based on a number of factors including the size of the tile, amount of soil in the grout lines, and room configuration. If you choose to have sealant added, it typically takes 2–3 hours to complete the entire process.

Can you steam clean grout?

We are often asked about steam cleaning tile and grout. We do not use steam to clean. We use a process called hot water extraction to clean grout, which is often referred to as steam cleaning because of the steam you see as we clean.

How do you clean tile & grout?

We scrub each individual grout line as well as tiles with tile and grout specific cleaners. We clean using high pressure that hooks up to our truck-mounted unit that will extract the dirt and grime embedded in the grout lines.

Why should I have my tile & grout cleaned?

Just like carpet, dirt builds up over time dulling your tile’s appearance and discoloring your grout. A thorough, professional tile and grout cleaning is the only way to remove the deep-down dirt.

How often should I have my tile floor cleaned?

As with carpet, many factors must be considered when determining the frequency of tile and grout cleaning. Foot traffic, children, pets, and routine floor maintenance will affect how often you need to have your tile and grout cleaned.

How do you guarantee customer satisfaction?

We are happy to work with you to correct any situation that may arise. We’re not satisfied until you are.