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Hard Surface Cleaning

In today's homes, hard surface flooring is playing an increasingly important role. Examples of popular flooring materials include wood (solid, laminate or engineered), vinyl (tiles or sheet goods) ceramic tile and natural stone.

These flooring materials seem to be easy to clean, however soils on hard flooring materials seem to build up progressively. Eventually, home and business owners need cleaning services that extend beyond simple vacuuming and a damp mopping. That's the time to call in a certified professional for help!

Certified firms and technicians have the specialized training and experience to select the proper cleaning solutions, equipment and techniques for restoring the original beauty of hard flooring surfaces. They can even offer advice on how to maintain the appearance of beautiful hard flooring, not only for optimum appearance, but also for extended flooring life.

Tile & Grout Cleaning

A1 cleans tile and grout surfaces using a two-step, six-point process designed to leave your floor or countertop looking its sparkling best.


  • Pretreat tile and grout with an alkaline solution to break down dirt and oils.
  • Scrub the tile and grout, creating agitation, to further break down dirt and oils.
  • High pressure rinse the tile and grout. Extract all the solution, water and soils that can be removed.


  • Pretreat tile and grout with an acidic solution that will break down any remaining dirt and oils the alkaline solution did not take out.
  • Scrub tile and grout, creating agitation, to break down remaining dirt and oils.
  • High pressure rinse the tile and grout. Extract the solution, water and soils that can be removed.

Tile & Grout Sealing

Sealant is a topcoat of protection that helps prevent staining from spills, resists soiling and makes for easier maintenance. There are a variety of sealants to accommodate whatever look you're trying to achieve from matte to high sheen. The sealant penetrates the grout to protect against water and oild based staining. It is non-yellowing and does not change the appearance of the grout. This is the sealer most commonly used when no stains are present.If your grout lines are old, stained or discolored, A1 can completely change its appearance by applying a colored dye to give the appearance of freshly regrouted lines. The dye does not affect your tiles and any excess material is wiped from the tiles after the grout lines completely dry. The dye contains an impregnating sealer which acts as a repellent to soils and makes routine cleaning easier.Call on the tile cleaning professionals to come to your home or office to clean and refurbish your tiles and grout - making them look brand new.

Tips for Maintaining Tile and Grout Between Professional Cleanings

Do not clean with harsh chemicals, muriatic acid or floor strippers, vinegar, bleach, ammonia, general purpose cleaners, bathroom cleaners, dry abrasive cleansers or tub and tile cleaners.

Dust or carefully vacuum tiled surfaces frequently.

Clean tiled surfaces weekly, using a few drops of original blue Dawn dishwashing liquid in a spray bottle filled with water. Spray the mixture on a 4' x 4' area of tile and grout. Clean using a flat mop with a removable microfiber pad. After distributing the cleaning solution, completely rinse the pad and mop again to rinse the floor. Proceed through the remainder of the tiled surfaces cleaning small sections one at a time.

Never apply other sealers or coatings after the tile and grout have been professionally sealed.

Clean up spills immediately to avoid staining the tile and grout.

Use trivets or mats under hot dishes and cookware.

Use coasters under glasses and cups.

Use placemats under china, ceramics, silver and other material that can scratch tiled surfaces.

Place rugs or mats at entryways to trap soil carried on feet and shoes.

Set up an annual professional tile and grout cleaning and sealing with an IICRC-certified firm - A1 will take great care of you!