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Grout Cleaning, Durham, NC

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Our specialized grout cleaning equipment applies steam to remove contaminants quickly and effectively.

When deciding on the right flooring material for your Durham, North Carolina home or business, you may opt for tile. This choice is fairly easy to maintain, especially when compared with carpet or wood, as most cleaning products can remove stains and contaminants more easily from tile. But when the flooring goes in and you’re facing the ongoing maintenance, you may soon realize that the process of cleaning the lines between each individual tile is far more time-consuming. Using a small brush is one way to tackle grout cleaning, but it’s a labor- and time-intensive process. Simply running a mop over the floor may remove some of the dirt and grime, but contaminants often settle in the grout lines, leaving them looking dingy.

Grout Cleaning in Durham, North Carolina

At Steam Giant, we can take this task off your to-do list by performing regular grout cleaning services. We work with residential and commercial clients, harnessing the incredible power of steam to refresh and sanitize all types of surfaces. Steam is highly effective on grout, as it loosens dirt and eliminates or reduces stains. Our specialized grout cleaning equipment applies steam to remove contaminants quickly and effectively.

Since this process is safe for use on nearly all types of tile, including porcelain, natural stone, and ceramic, it won’t cause damage to your flooring. It is also completely hypoallergenic and won’t leave behind any strong chemical odors that often are present when strong cleaning products are used. We uphold high cleaning standards that are fully safe for use around humans and animals.

Contact us today to schedule grout cleaning.


At Steam Giant, we offer grout cleaning in Raleigh, Apex, Cary, Clayton, Durham, Garner, Holly Springs, Knightdale, Morrisville, Rolesville, and Wake Forest, North Carolina.