FLOODED TILE CLEANING
Filthy flood water has come and gone. Now what?! The contaminated water is now a powdery residue all over your floor. Even though it may be dry, it is as polluted as the nasty water that swept through your home. As you walk around, contaminants are being stirred up into the air and are all under your feet and the gritty residue is scratching up the floor with every step.
What is the solution to getting the scum off your floor?
We have the most efficient commercial-grade machinery for removing dried-on materials such as powdery residues, drywall compound and debris. You’ll see our machinery in the attached video doing a great job removing flood water sludge. This particular machine is a rarity, designed uniquely for delicate or natural stone. It has two spindle water jets that gently flush the dirt out without causing damage – cleaning instantly in a single pass. It’s a real jaw-dropper for our customers to see it in action! Homeowners are stunned as see the machine reveal the original look of the floor.
What you see in the video is amazing; however, we’re not done!
We couple the process with a secondary machine that has an agitation brush injected with hospital-grade disinfectant. We strongly recommend you follow this dual process BEFORE installing new baseboards. If you install new baseboards without this recommended process, wherein the floor is not cleaned all the way to the studs (as in the attached photo), we are confident in saying this could be a huge mistake. At this point, bear in mind one more thing…if you have natural stone that is going to be polished, honed or re-conditioned, no machinery can reach under your baseboards once installed. You will have a noticeably dull, uneven finish around the edge of the baseboards. On the other hand, if the floor is polished be baseboards are installed, it will have an incredible beauty of detail that most floors never have. That brings up a question you may be thinking… “Does this mean I will have to have my floors cleaned/cleaned and polished twice?” In all likelihood, yes, but it is well worth it even at an additional cost.
We have your best interest at heart and know you are dealing with a lot right now – decisions, expenses, loss… We would not recommend these services if we did not believe these steps were not necessary. As always, Bizaillion Floors, LLC. is the company to trust in doing it right the first time.