Recent Floor Restoration Work In Cardiff & Bridgend

Recent Floor Restoration Work In Cardiff & Bridgend

Although we first made our name as a carpet and upholstery cleaning company, we’re finding an increasing amount of our work is coming in the hard floor cleaning sector.

Hard tile, wood and stone flooring is a practical and attractive addition to any home, but it often comes with a hefty price tag.

And that’s where knowing a good floor cleaning and restoration company can come in handy…

Restoring a hard floor, rather than replacing it, will save you a small fortune and can transform the appearance of a room or hallway.

And one of the most popular floor types we come across is travertine.

Travertine is hard wearing, beautiful (when clean!) and can last a lifetime. But it does need regular maintenance and care (avoid using any harsh detergents or chemicals when mopping!)

Here’s some recent travertine jobs we’ve been working on in the Cardiff and Bridgend areas in the last month or two:

 

The above “before” photo shows the grime that built up on the tile and in the grouting over the period of a couple of years.

Although these travertine tiles are essentially “clean” on the surface, you can clearly see the finished result after a deep professional clean.

Indeed, it’s easy to forget just how good they look when they are first fitted!

The image below shows another two travertine kitchen floors “before” and “after” cleaning. Flooring of this quality doesn’t come cheap, and so it makes sense to restore and then maintain it carefully.

Again, these photos illustrate how a room can be brought back to life simply by restoring a tired floor.

The most important thing is that once your floor is cleaned and sealed, you maintain it by regular cleaning with suitable professional products.

If you need advice with this, please don’t hesitate to get in touch.

For a free quotation for all your hard floor cleaning and restoration needs, contact us today on 0800 028 2788 or 07530 532208.

 

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