Preparing for a Professional Floor Cleaner

Remove Furniture

Remove any obstructive furniture in the area we’re coming to clean. It’s your responsibility to prepare for any professional tile cleaning service prior to arrival. This includes any bulky items such as fridges and kitchen tables if you want to have the kitchen floors cleaned.  The more you can clear the area we’re about to clean the better the results will be.

Quick tidy and clean

Remove any items, including those that can be knocked or bumped. We always treat your home as if it were our own but we don’t want to risk accidentally bumping your favourite Georg Jensen vase!

It’s also a good idea to give the area a quick vacuum to remove the loose dirt, dust and hair.

Protecting surrounding surfaces

As some of the equipment used may require extension cords or hoses to clean your tile and grout, we recommend protecting surrounding walls and skirting boards. This will avoid any unintentional friction from cords. You can purchase painter’s tape from your local hardware store or Bunnings

Our qualified experts take the utmost care when completing any job. If your job requires solvent

Children and Pets

We’re definitely animal lovers here at Tile Cleaning Experts. However, your pet may not be such a fan. The necessary equipment used to make your floors look brand new can be quite loud for pets. We ask they are kept in a safe area where they can’t escape, as often we’ll repeatedly need to open and close doors while we’re working or to go outside to get more materials or equipment.

We also ask that children don’t play with the professional equipment or materials we may be using for your floors or tiles.

We’re a family run business, with over 30 years’ combined experience. We pride ourself on respect, honesty and we treat all homes as if they were our own – taking care, achieving the best results possible and a friendly service. Testimonials on a website can be chosen at the company’s liking, so we invite you to check out our Facebook reviews, which can’t be altered or deleted.

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