Stone, Tile & Grout Cleaning Service

Stone, Tile & Grout Cleaning Service in Lindon

Stone, Tile Seal ServiceClean tile by Chem-DryStone CleaningTrust then professionals at Intermountain Chem-Dry of Lindon, UT to refresh and clean the look of your stone and tile floors, showers, counter tops, foyers and patios. Our professional technicians will only use powerful suction equipment and specialized cleaning solutions to remove the embedded dirt and grime that has built up over the years. Stop spending countless hours trying to clean your stone and tile while only getting mediocre results and allow Intermountain Chem-Dry to renew the brilliant shine to your stone, tile and grout throughout your Lindon, UT home or business.

Keep Germs Out By Sealing Your Grout

As a part of every cleaning appointment, your certified Intermountain Chem-Dry professional will apply a durable coat of quality sealant to your grout. When our trained staff applies the sealant, a barrier is created, which will minimize the amount of dirt that is able to seep into the grout pores, which will help your grout stay cleaner, and keep maintenance more simple for you since the dirt doesn’t penetrate deep into the cracks.

Tile Cleaned By Chem-Dry Looks Better and Lasts Longer

It is recommended that your stone, tile and grout be cleaned every 12-18 months to ensure long-lasting protection. Sparkling, clean, sanitized stone and tile looks better and is healthier for people and pets. The cleaning services provided by the professionals at Intermountain Chem-Dry in Lindon, UT is perfect for the multiple varieties of stone and tile available today, such as travertine, Saltillo, ceramic, porcelain, slate, and granite. Also ask about our grout color restoration services that can rejuvenate the existing grout joints.

Refresh the stone, tile and grout in your home by calling Intermountain Chem-Dry today at (801) 565-9556. As a trained Tile & Stone service provider, we can provide you with a free, no-obligation phone estimate.

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