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The dirt that gets into your tile causes it to look dirty and dull & doesn’t stop there. Neither does PCS Of Niagara.

Soil and Dirt gets trapped in the pores of your tile and grout and causes the surface to look dirty and dark. This dirty and dark look in your tile is virtually impossible to remove with traditional cleaning processes. At PCS Of Niagara our trained Cleaning Specialists are ready to handle all of your needs….including your tile and grout problems. PCS Of Niagara can thoroughly clean your tile and grout and make it look like is was just freshly laid. The old days of mops and toothbrushes are gone forever!! Our cleaning process flushes out more dirt than a mop and bucket ever could.

Our new technology allows us to clean your tile and grout with highly pressurized hot water with complete control and removal for the most thorough cleaning ever seen! Your floors are returned to a like-new condition. All of the dirt and grime is safely “steamed” away, leaving you free of back-breaking and time-consuming work.

Not only can your tile and grout surfaces be returned to a like-new condition: They can also be protected to keep them looking new longer. After the cleaning process, we can apply a professional application of an impregnating sealer which will leave your floors resistant to spills and stains—and so much easier to clean, keeping your grouted surface looking cleaner longer! Is Your Tile or Grout Protected?

How Do I Check For Stain Protection?

Simple Do-It-Yourself Test: Water based stain protection

Take a spoonful of water: pour it on your grout and tile.

Wait 5 minutes.
Did the water absorb?
Did the color darken?

If you answered yes to any of the questions, your hard surfaces are vulnerable to staining.

Let’s face it: In today’s day and age we all have a million and one things to get done everyday. Let Professional Carpet Systems take one more hassle off your mind.

Our Tile & Grout Power Cleaning process can be used on any tile and grout surface, including:

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blue checkmark16x16 Showers blue checkmark16x16 Tiled Halls
blue checkmark16x16 Tubs blue checkmark16x16 Sunrooms
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Not only can this process be used in any room or surface in your home, it can also be used on both man-made and natural hard surfaces including, but not limited to:

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Frequently Asked Questions

* Why should I have my tile and grout cleaned?

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

* How often should I have my tile floor cleaned?

Many factors must be considered when determining the frequency of cleaning. This includes traffic, children, pets, and routine floor maintenance. Having a sealant applied to the grout lines will extend your time between professional cleanings

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

An average size room of 300 sq. ft. typically takes 60-90 minutes. This time can vary depending on the level of soiling.

* Why should I have my grout sealed?

Grout is a porous material that is subject to absorbing spills and staining. Having a sealant applied will create a protective barrier that will help the floor clean easier.

* How long do I have to stay off of the floor?

We recommend that you stay off the floor for at least 30 minutes.

Did You Know?

• Vinegar and Ammonia can damage most sealers?
• Most contractors do not seal the surfaces they install?
• Many floor cleaning products leave a residue that can attract soil?