Park City Tile Cleaning Company Scheduling Appointments For Fall Cleanings

August 12, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ - Chem-Dry of Park City recently announced that they are now adding Park City tile cleaning to their list of services. The company more recently announced that they are scheduling appointments for those who want to get their homes squeaky clean for the upcoming fall months.

Daryl Olsen, a representative for the professional cleaning company says, “We are ready to help homeowners to remove dirt and grime from their tile and get their homes ready for fall. Many people choose to deep clean in the fall because that’s when the holiday season starts and they typically have a lot of visitors during these months.”

Olsen says that the company uses a revolutionary cleaning system to remove dirt and stains from tile and grout. The system avoids the use of chemicals and other harmful agents and instead uses a hot carbonated water system in order to remove dirt. Olsen adds that cleaning tile and grout can be a difficult process, particularly if it has been quite some time since they have been cleaned.

“People honestly do not think about having their tile and grout cleaned until they start noticing a buildup,” says Olsen. “Unfortunately by this time, it is often too hard for homeowners to clean it themselves. It takes something a bit stronger than any cleaning supplies that a homeowner may have on hand.”

Olsen says that the company’s system uses specialized solutions which lift dirt and grime that is built up on tiles and on grout and makes it easier to wipe away. He adds that this system does not use any chemicals that could be dangerous to the tile or to the homeowner, their family or their pets. The system eliminates many of the worries that homeowners have with regards to professional cleaning systems.

Chem-Dry uses powerful suctioning equipment to remove grime and dirt from grout, as well as from tile and stone. Olsen says that the cleaning system can safely and effectively be used on kitchen tiles, bathrooms, and patios or anywhere that tile may be installed. He adds that cleaning and sanitizing tiles and grout every day would keep grime from building up but says that this is not something that everyone has the time to do, which is where his company comes in.

Olsen says that Chem-Dry can come in and clean and sterilize tile and grout and he adds that in most cases, these cleanings can be done about once per year to keep tile in good shape. The company just recently began offering tile and grout cleaning services and have in a short time built up quite the reputation for quality work.

“We are always pleased to hear good reviews from our customers,” Olsen says. “We are happy that our team is doing such a great job and we are excited to be scheduling even more appointments for customers who want their tile to be pristine for the upcoming fall months.”

The company website has a number of reviews already from customers who have used them for tile and grout cleaning. Those who are interested will also find an informative blog on the website that will help them to better understand the importance of professional tile and grout cleaning, as well as a list of all of the services that they currently offer and their current service areas.

Those who are interested can visit the company online and use the online form to schedule a cleaning for tile and grout or for carpet cleaning or other services. Olsen says that there is always someone available at the company to answer any questions that customers may have and he urges those in the area to visit them online to learn more about the services that they offer or to schedule an appointment for fall cleaning. He adds that appointments typically book up quickly right before the holiday season and stresses that those who are interested should book their appointment as quickly as possible.


For more information about Chem-Dry of Park City, contact the company here:

Chem-Dry of Park City
Daryl Olsen
1776 Park Ave #4-336 Park City, Utah 84060

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