Flood Damage Restoration

Floor Maintenance

One - Stripping and Waxing
Stripping and Waxing
Environmental factors along with heavy foot traffic will attract dirt and dust to embed into the surface of your floors and cause buildup over time. This accumulation of grime may not come off with mopping alone. At the Grandmother’s Touch Inc. we offer a complete strip and wax package that will renew the life of your floors and bring back its original shine.
Two - Buffing
Buffing
Buffing is a type of floor maintenance sometimes referred to as polishing and residual floor cleaning. It is generally used between stripping and waxing applications, as it doesn’t generate an excessive shine nor does it last as long as burnishing. The machine that is used runs at a lower rpm.
Three - Burnishing
Burnishing
A high speed polisher is used on a daily/weekly/monthly basis to bring back the floor’s shine. Burnishing is used most often between stripping and waxing applications to renew the floor’s appearance.
Four - Tile and Grout
Tile and Grout
Tile can be a beautiful addition to any space, but keeping it clean may pose a challenge. Over time, dirt and grime build up in the porous surfaces of your flooring and cause the tile to lose its stunning appearance. Let the Grandmother’s Touch Inc. rejuvenate your tiles with our tile and grout service and bring back that original luster and shine.
Five - Warehouse Floors
Warehouse Floors
Power Wash:
If the floor contains a deep stain or a large amount of dirt build-up, power washing the space is a method of cleaning that will certainly renew the finish and eliminate the accumulation of dust.
Power Sweep:
is used to remove dirt, dust and small debris without the use of water or chemicals. This method is effectively used for large areas requiring a thorough clean.
Auto Scrub:
This particular method uses a combination of water, power sweeping, and squigeeing. This machine is used for the deep removal of dirt in areas where regular mopping or sweeping simply won’t work.

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