Tile & Grout Cleaning

If you compare the grout lines within your pantry or perhaps underneath your refrigerator to the grout you see day in and day out underneath your dining room table or bar…you would probably be horrified at what you see. No worries, that’s where I come in. I make your tile look new again - covering the East Valley from Scottsdale and Paradise Valley to Gilbert, Tempe, Chandler, Mesa and even Gold Canyon (your tile and grout will sparkle and shine).

Many of my customers are mystified by the results and the process utilized to obtain such astounding outcomes. It is actually very similar to the carpet cleaning process, except for the fact that I use a tile and grout cleaning head at the end of my Rotovac 360. The tile and grout cleaning head is comprised of a rotary scrubbing brush with three straight down pressure wash spray jets to thoroughly clean the tile and the recessed grout lines. 6 Steps

  1. Furniture moving: (Where applicable)
  2. Pre-Vacuum or Floor Sweep: Vacuum to remove dirt, sand and debris
  3. Pre-Treatment: A solution is applied the grout joints specifically to loosen and emulsify soils and stains, and to facilitate soil removal.
  4. Grout Scrubbing: Grout joints are scrubbed by hand to agitate and loosen the dirt and grease
  5. Clean & Sanitize: A methodical clean, scrub and extraction with 250° of steam and pressure
  6. Grout or Stone Sealing: I highly recommend the use of a premium impregnating, penetrating water-based sealer to protect the grout or entire stone surface. A very clear message will be sent to staining material everywhere: “You are no longer welcome here!”


Ceramic or Porcelain Tile: $0.65-$0.90 per sq. ft.
Grout Sealing of Ceramic Tile: $0.35 - $0.55 per sq. ft.
Natural Stone Cleaning (Travertine, Marble, Terrazzo, Limestone, Granite): $1.00 - $1.50 per sq. ft.
Natural Stone Impregnating Sealer: $1.00 - $2.00 per sq. ft.

Prices can vary substantially based upon the overall condition of the grout joints and/or the surface tiles as well as the width of the grout lines and the make-up of the tiles.

“Dan showed the dirty grout on my bathroom floor who's boss. Now our floor looks cleaner than the day it was installed. If your tile grout is not the same color it was when it was new, give Dan a call."

PETER J.Rating