TILE & GROUT CLEANINGLocal tile and grout cleaning services in Snohomish County, WA
Snohomish County Tile & Grout Cleaners
Your tile and grout deserve better than a simple pass over with a mop or broom. Although those things are still important to do, in order to get your tile and grout truly clean, you need to call in the team here at Chem-Dry Four Seasons. We offer a tile cleaning service here in Snohomish County, WA that works to eliminate the more stubborn dirt and dust hiding deep within the tile. Our goal is to deliver a powerful, yet safe clean that will make your tile shine like new. Give us a call today to get started with a free price estimate.
A Deeper Tile Cleaning for a Healthier Home
The traditional tile cleaner here in Snohomish County fails to deliver what we can. They’ll fill your floor or other tile surfaces with chemicals and water that might actually end up doing more harm than good. Our tile cleaning service, on the other hand, only uses safe and non-toxic solutions that penetrate deep within your tile to clean out unwanted substances like dirt, dust, and grime. It’s also a low-water method which means your floor will be dry in just a few short hours allowing you to get back to normal quickly.
It’s easy to see why we are becoming the name for professional tile and grout cleaning in the Snohomish area. If you’re ready to get your tile cleaner and healthier, give us a call today at (360) 657-3800.
Customer Reviews for Chem-Dry Four Seasons
We provide superior residential and commercial carpet and upholstery cleaning services throughout Snohomish County, including: Everett, Mukilteo, Mill Creek, Lynnwood, Edmonds, Brier, North Bothell, Lake Stevens, Marysville, Arlington, Snohomish, Mountlake Terrace, Monroe, Granite Falls and Camano Island, Washington.
*Based on results of studies conducted by independent laboratories of the Chem-Dry HCE (Hot Carbonating Extraction) and P.U.R.T. (Pet Urine Removal Treatment). Allergens tested were dog and cat dander and dust mite matter. Pet odor results based on testing with the most common odor sources found in dog and cat urine. Figures are an average across multiple tests.