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Tile & Grout Cleaning

At Classic Carpet Care & Restoration, we know how much

you love cleaning grout...

...just kidding!  Like most folks, you either hate cleaning grout, or you maybe weren't even aware it needs to be cleaned and periodically resealed.  We'll take care of the cleaning part of that equation for you! Specialty flooring materials appear to be easy to clean, maintain and restore.  However, soils on hard surface flooring have a tendency to build up progressively, resulting in erosion. Sooner or later, it’s necessary to clean beyond routine dusting and damp mopping; that’s the time to call in a certified professional for help.   The certified technicians at Classic Carpet Care & Restoration have the specialized training and experience it takes to select the proper cleaning chemicals, equipment, tools and materials in conjunction with the proper methodologies for maintaining or restoring your tile and grout to its original beauty. Our technicians can offer advice on how to clean and maintain the appearance of your flooring, and show you how to maximize your investment and extend flooring life.

HOUSEKEEPING SHORTCUTS

 To protect and preserve the life and durability of your hard surface floors, we'd like to offer the following general guidelines for care: Use Entry Mats. 80 percent to 90 percent of the soil found on floors is tracked in from outside. Remove Dry Soil Often. Vacuuming is the most efficient method of dry soil removal. Wet Clean Regularly. Use a neutral floor cleaner or one formulated for the floor surface you are cleaning. Note, when cleaning wood floors keep moisture to a minimum.

TILE CLEANING TIPS

Use Walk off Mats. The number one enemy of flooring materials is soil because of the damage caused by eroding the surface of the floor, keeping it out is paramount to a successful program. Studies indicate that five feet of walk off mat will reduce 33 percent of the soil entering into a building, and 25 feet of walk off mat will reduce almost all of the soil entering a building. Spot Mopping. Slip and falls are a significant challenge with hard surface maintenance. Spills should be removed as soon as they occur. When a spill occurs, cordon off the area with wet floor signs, placards, cones or tape, remove the spill with appropriate cleaning solution, wet mop, bucket and wringer and dry the floor completely with floor fan before leaving the area. Daily/Routine Maintenance. Reducing or eliminating the soil that gets past the walk off mats on a daily or routine basis is the best way to reduce the damaging effects caused by erosion to the floor surface. This is accomplished with the dry service procedures (sweeping, dust mopping or microfiber cloth systems and vacuuming) followed by wet service procedures (spot, damp, and wet mopping) using the appropriate cleaning solutions in conjunction with mop buckets and wringers ,microfiber cloth systems or automatic scrubbing machines in large open areas. Periodic and Restorative Maintenance. Professional floor maintenance technicians are the best choice for the periodic and restorative maintenance of hard surface flooring.  A certified floor maintenance technician will know how to identify and provide the proper floor maintenance solutions.

Why use a certified technician?

The IICRC (Institute of Inspection Cleaning and Restoration Certification) believes that the best way to maintain a cleaner and healthier home is to augment your regular cleaning and vacuuming with periodic visits from an experienced certified professional.  For those tasks that require a specialist — such as carpet and upholstery cleaning, stain removal, and maintenance of tile floors — only a certified technician will deliver the results you can trust. Look for the IICRC logo to verify IICRC certification. (adapted from www.iicrc.org)
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IMMEDIATE RESPONSE 24 Hour Emergency Water Extraction Call now: Escanaba: (906) 786-4514   Iron Mountain: (906) 774-4514 Toll Free: (855) 774-4514 © 2016 Classic Carpet Care Website by North Country Website Design
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Tile & Grout Cleaning

At Classic Carpet Care & Restoration, we

know how much you love cleaning grout...

...just kidding!  Like most folks, you either hate cleaning grout, or you maybe weren't even aware it needs to be cleaned and periodically resealed.  We'll take care of the cleaning part of that equation for you! Specialty flooring materials appear to be easy to clean, maintain and restore.  However, soils on hard surface flooring have a tendency to build up progressively, resulting in erosion. Sooner or later, it’s necessary to clean beyond routine dusting and damp mopping; that’s the time to call in a certified professional for help.   The certified technicians at Classic Carpet Care & Restoration have the specialized training and experience it takes to select the proper cleaning chemicals, equipment, tools and materials in conjunction with the proper methodologies for maintaining or restoring your tile and grout to its original beauty. Our technicians can offer advice on how to clean and maintain the appearance of your flooring, and show you how to maximize your investment and extend flooring life.

HOUSEKEEPING SHORTCUTS

 To protect and preserve the life and durability of your hard surface floors, we'd like to offer the following general guidelines for care: Use Entry Mats. 80 percent to 90 percent of the soil found on floors is tracked in from outside. Remove Dry Soil Often. Vacuuming is the most efficient method of dry soil removal. Wet Clean Regularly. Use a neutral floor cleaner or one formulated for the floor surface you are cleaning. Note, when cleaning wood floors keep moisture to a minimum.

TILE CLEANING TIPS

Use Walk off Mats. The number one enemy of flooring materials is soil because of the damage caused by eroding the surface of the floor, keeping it out is paramount to a successful program. Studies indicate that five feet of walk off mat will reduce 33 percent of the soil entering into a building, and 25 feet of walk off mat will reduce almost all of the soil entering a building. Spot Mopping. Slip and falls are a significant challenge with hard surface maintenance. Spills should be removed as soon as they occur. When a spill occurs, cordon off the area with wet floor signs, placards, cones or tape, remove the spill with appropriate cleaning solution, wet mop, bucket and wringer and dry the floor completely with floor fan before leaving the area. Daily/Routine Maintenance. Reducing or eliminating the soil that gets past the walk off mats on a daily or routine basis is the best way to reduce the damaging effects caused by erosion to the floor surface. This is accomplished with the dry service procedures (sweeping, dust mopping or microfiber cloth systems and vacuuming) followed by wet service procedures (spot, damp, and wet mopping) using the appropriate cleaning solutions in conjunction with mop buckets and wringers ,microfiber cloth systems or automatic scrubbing machines in large open areas. Periodic and Restorative Maintenance. Professional floor maintenance technicians are the best choice for the periodic and restorative maintenance of hard surface flooring.  A certified floor maintenance technician will know how to identify and provide the proper floor maintenance solutions.

Why use a certified technician?

The IICRC (Institute of Inspection Cleaning and Restoration Certification) believes that the best way to maintain a cleaner and healthier home is to augment your regular cleaning and vacuuming with periodic visits from an experienced certified professional.  For those tasks that require a specialist — such as carpet and upholstery cleaning, stain removal, and maintenance of tile floors — only a certified technician will deliver the results you can trust. Look for the IICRC logo to verify IICRC certification. (adapted from www.iicrc.org)
IMMEDIATE RESPONSE 24 Hour Emergency Water Extraction Call now: Escanaba: (906) 786-4514   Iron Mountain: (906) 774-4514 Toll Free: (855) 774-4514
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