Are Tile Floors Difficult to Maintain?
Tile is known for its water resistance and easy cleaning. First sweep or vacuum your floors to remove any dust or debris before using any cleaning products. Damp-mop your tile floor at least once weekly - more often for high traffic areas - in order to decrease wear from soil and grit.
What else can I do to protect my Tile floors?
Invest in floor mats and protective pads for heavy furniture. This will add an extra layer of protection to your tile floors Floor mats at entrances and exits can prevent corrosive substances from being tracked in, like dirt, sand, oil, grit, or asphalt. Placing rugs in front of vanities, kitchen sinks, stoves, and entryways is an effective way to reduce tile wear.
Cleaning Glazed vs. Unglazed Tile Floors
Glazed tile and porcelain does not require specialized care. Clean your floors regularly with an all-purpose, non-oil-based household cleaner that is compatible with cleaning grout joints. Use everyday multipurpose spray cleaner to remove soap scum, hard water deposits, and mildew on wall tiles in your bath or shower.
For Unglazed tile floors, use a concentrated tile cleaner that has a natural pH for regular cleaning. These will safely remove grease, oils, and normal spills. Be sure to check that the cleaner is intended for the application, use, and travel level of the area you are cleaning. Glass tile can be cleaned with any nonabrasive cleaner recommended for either glass or tile.
Does your work come with a warranty?
At Precision Flooring, we take pride in the quality of our tile floors. We warrant to the original purchaser of our tile floors against any defects caused during manufacturing, installation, and finishing.
If recommended care and curing times are adhered to, Precision Flooring will warranty the integrity of the finish and installation for a period of one year. In order for tile floors to maintain the beauty and life, proper care is required. Due to the subjective nature of the care these floors will receive, Precision Flooring is only able to warrant the floors against any and all problems related to the improper installation or failure of any stains and finishes used. However, it is important to note that with proper maintenance, our finished floors will last a lifetime. Precision Flooring will not be responsible for the damage to a floor resulting from the carelessness of other trades in the construction process or negligence by the builder/homeowner.