Professional Floor Cleaning
Midland – Odessa, TX
Natural Stone Cleaning
Natural stone, such as marble, travertine, and slate, are extremely porous materials that require a delicate touch to clean and preserve. When not properly maintained, or if left unsealed, stone flooring will absorb stains and spills and become damaged over time. At Advance Cleaning, protecting your investment is our primary goal. We understand the complexities associated with cleaning your natural stone floors. With our safe and professional cleaning methods, you can minimize wear and damage and restore the luster to your beautiful floors.
Stone Cleaning Process
When it comes to cleaning natural stone floors, Advance Cleaning leaves no stone unturned. We provide a free in-home consultation and estimate to determine the best cleaning and maintenance plan for your natural stone floors.
Hardwood Floor Cleaning
We understand the complexities associated with hardwood floor cleaning and why it’s important to properly seal and maintain hardwood floors. Cleaning hardwood floors can be a challenging task—one that extends beyond the capabilities of your mop or broom. They simply move the dirt around, and fall short when it comes to extracting unseen, ground-in dirt. Avoid doing things the hard way. Instead, rely on Advance Cleaning to extract the dirt from deep within the cracks and crevices of your hardwood floor. Imagine the improved air quality and circulation you’ll experience when all that unseen dirt is removed from deep within your hardwood floors.
When cleaning hardwood floors, our experts follow up with a detailed hand cleaning for those hard-to-reach areas. Then we restore the pH balance to your floor with a professional grade wood cleaner, which effectively captures any remaining dirt and residue. The entire process is low-odor, non-toxic and dust-free.
- Vacuum or sweep floors regularly. Avoid using wax, oil soap, or other industrial household cleaners. Wax and silicone-based products compromise the integrity of your hardwood surfaces and makes cleaning more difficult.
- Remove spills promptly.
- Place indoor/outdoor mats at entryways and area rugs in high traffic areas.
- Avoid rubber-backed rugs or rugs with poor ventilation.
- Maintain consistent humidity levels in your home to prevent floors from swelling, shrinking, cracking, or exposing gaps.
- Avoid deep scratches. High heels and pets can damage wood flooring. Avoid dragging furniture across hardwood floors.