Tile and Grout Cleaning Ogden
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Ogden Tile and Grout Cleaning
We have been doing tile cleaning in Ogden for years. One of the things we love about cleaning old tile showers in Ogden and old tile floors is the history behind it. Some homes in Ogden date back to the 1830’s, Ogden High School being one of them. Ogden High was completed in 1937 and was the first million dollar high school built in the United States. The Egyptian theater in Ogden was built in 1924 along with the Ogden Union Station in the same year. All these amazing buildings had tile work and are historical buildings in our home town. Homes were also being built in this time and tile was also being used. Some of these homes have amazing tile work that has been around for quite some time collecting dirt and grime. We love nothing more than to come into these homes and restore history. Your home is most likely not that old however we can still come in and get the two, five, or ten tear tiled build up cleaned.
Tile floors seem to be the new thing to have in your home. There are a huge variety to chose from to create your own style. In fact tile has been around since well pottery was around dating back over seven thousand years. Of course todays tile is a little different from the mud and clay tiles back then. Tile has been a choice for common homes to extravagant architecture demonstrated by the Assyrians and the Babylonians. It wasn’t until the post-World War II housing boom in the United states that carpet became the new luxury. Think about homes in the 1950’s and 1960’s carpet was the thing and you not only found it in every bedroom, family room and hallway, carpet was even in the kitchen and bathrooms. As this fad began to fade, assuming the difficulty in keeping carpet clean around the toilet became to much of a challenge. Laminate and tile seemed to be the next big thing coming back in style. Although tile has been around for centuries it has made quite the comeback. Choices for tile in the past seemed to be limited to the checkers white and black or white and dark blue 3 inch tiles, or the pastel colors that seemed to be a good idea at the time. There are a lot of old tile bathrooms in Ogden. Some of the designs we come across are pretty cool. In the 90s larger tiles with designs and textures became popular, and the trend has seemed to stick around. As time goes on more and more homes seem to have tile floors and even showers. Tile can be a great look for your home and a great long-term option.
The great part about tile is it is durable and you can enjoy your floors and showers for decades. The bad part about its durability is tile sticks around for a long time and so does the built-up dirt and grime. Have you ever noticed no matter how hard you scrub you just cannot seem to get the tile and grout clean? This is because tile and the grout (grout is the concrete mix that is placed between the tiles to secure and seal the tile) used to seal it is actually porous. There are different types of tile in different styles some more porous than others. Some tile is sealed with a glazing process, this will cause the tile to be more water resistant and stain resistant. However even with the stain resistant tile glaze, tile is still somewhat porous, making it hard to get a complete clean. Our innovative system breaks down the dirt and grime and our strong, yet gentile tools come and get deep in the crevices that are nearly impossible to get using elbow grease, no matter the strength of the chemicals you found. Let us come in, save you a lot of time and energy, making your tile look new again.
We are Experts in multiple areas of tile cleaning so let us come to you. Tile shower cleaning in Ogden. Tile floor cleaning in Layton and Outdoor tile cleaning in Farmington. Outdoor tile cleaning even includes tile pool cleaning in salt lake city. (pool must be drained for us to clean the tile)
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