Tile & Grout Cleaning

Fully Trained grout and tile cleaning crews and good old fashion scrubbing with non acid cleaners & specially designed grout cleaning brushes is only the beginning of the tile & grout cleaning process. We continue with a high pressure boiling hot water neutralizing rinse, in conjunction with high power extraction that completely removes all soil & leaves your floor sparkling clean & fresh. This would be the best time to have your grout sealed. If left unsealed, spills and everyday messes can easily penetrate the grout. The liquid eventually evaporates but the stain is left behind. If your grout is already properly sealed, it may not be necessary to have it sealed again. Once our work is completed at your home, we will advise you on how to care for your floor, so that your floor stays clean longer than ever before. We will also advise you on how to keep your sealer working for you, for many years to come.

Oriental Rug Cleaning

At Onsite Cleaners, each Oriental and area rug is treated with special attention to preserve the vibrancy of the natural dyes, the suppleness of the wool, and the integrity of the hand-tied knots. At our state-of-the-art cleaning facility, we determine the best cleaning technique and method that suits your rug’s particular weave, fibers and dyes. Our technicians use cutting edge technology and environmentally friendly processes to revive the colors and textures of your rug.



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Our method of carpet cleaning is often called "Warm Water Extraction" or "Hot Water Extraction" and is the cleaning method nearly all carpet manufacturers and carpet fiber producers recommend. 

This is the only cleaning method classified as "deep cleaning". All the others are considered "light surface cleaning" because they are incapable of removing soil deep in the pile. Also, all other methods leave large amounts of cleaning agent in the carpet after cleaning. Research indicates that the hot water extraction system provides the best capability for cleaning.

​This system is commonly referred to as "steam cleaning," although no steam is actually generated. The process consists of applying a cleaning agent into the carpet pile and using water in the extractor to recover the used solution and soil.  This can be done from a truck-mounted unit outside the home with only the hose and wand brought inside or by a portable system brought into the home.

Carpet Cleaning