Cleaning a Hard Floor
There are many different processes in cleaning hard floor surfaces. It goes beyond simply sweeping up to remove dirt from the surface. However, each hard floor is different. You need to understand the surface before the floor cleaning is executed properly.
Here are a few of our favorite methods:
This process is primarily used to remove minor scratches and worn areas from the floor’s surface. Using diamond coated pads, this works effectively on natural stone surfaces. It is an important aspect to floor cleaning from an aesthetic standpoint, as it rids the floor of ugly scrapes and refines tarnished spots.
This is more so a preventative measure to help preserve your stone floor’s surface. This will keep the floor in great shape and prepare it for a long lifespan. It will also enhance the natural beauty of the stone.
This floor cleaning process will leave your wood and/or laminate surface in pristine condition. Sanding to bare wood, staining (if requested) and sealing to preserve the surface – this will make your floor happy!
This method is for ceramic or porcelain tiles. Through this process, the look of the grout and the tile itself can be changed. The results tend to give the outstanding appearance of an entirely new floor.