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If you walk on it, we clean it.


Tile & grout can come in many looks, but the idea remains the same. Its made of multiple pieces of hard wearing piece of flooring, held together by a binder.

The most common of the materials used is ceramic, but there are many choices:

  • Ceramic
    • Porcelain
    • Earthenware (Terracotta)
    • Stoneware
  • Glass
  • Stone
  • Pebble
  • Concrete
  • Composite (aggragate & binder tiles such as terrazzo)
  • Rubber
  • PlasticAmici 2
  • and more!

Tiles are generally set in a motar bed and generally grout is used as a binder. The tile’s maintenance needs depends on the material of tile used. Most, like rubber, composite, concrete & stone, are treated the same as other floor types made of the same material, while others are treated differently due to the addition of the grout, like glass and ceramic.

There are a number of processes available to clean tile, each with their own advant ages and disadvantages. As with all cleaning processes, they use a mixture of the 4 elements of every cleaning process:

  • Chemical application: stronger or weaker, acidic or alkaline, water-based or not, maybe just water!
  • Dwell Time: some processes clean right away, too long and they do damage. With others, the longer, the better!
  • Agitation: Generally, mechanical or pressure, but there are others. Sometimes none can be done without damaging the material.Amici 18
  • Temperature: Usually hot means a better result, but some times hot can equal damaged!

At Jobmaster, we evaluate each floor’s needs and weaknesses, and design a service specific to the floor.






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