Vinyl Composition Tile (VCT) Cleaning
Vinyl Composition Tile Cleaning
Why Does Vinyl Composition Tile Need To Be Professionally Cleaned?
Vinyl Composition Tile (VCT) is a very common type of tile flooring used in commercial and business spaces like grocery stores, hospitals, schools, lobbies, restaurants, and more. While VCT is strong and designed to hold up over time, a lot of wear and tear can dirty the flooring and wear down the wax quickly. The wax coating protects the tile underneath, so if all of the wax wears off, the tile will suffer. This is why VCT cleaning is necessary to guarantee that your business flooring remains in proper condition!
VCT Cleaning Benefits
If you’re unsure about hiring a VCT cleaning company in Atlanta, GA, we assure you it is worth it! K & C Chem-Dry VCT cleaning improves your floor’s appearance, removes harmful contaminants, and helps increase the durability of your floors. Every business facility requires proper cleaning and maintenance, and VCT cleaning is a necessary cleaning procedure for many business spaces.
How VCT Stripping and Waxing Works
K & C Chem-Dry restores your VCT floors to their original luster and works to help your flooring last for many more years to come. We have the knowledge, equipment, and power to offer vinyl composition tile cleaning in Atlanta, GA and the surrounding areas. Here’s how our process works:
First, we strip the old wax off the floor. We remove any scratches or nicks, and thoroughly clean away any dirt, or stains. Next, we apply new finishing coats to your tile and seal the freshly cleaned floors. The finish is a protective layer that not only makes your tile look great, but also protects the tile from being exposed to dirt and stains.
Want to know what people are saying about our cleaning services?
At K & C Chem-Dry, we know how important it is to read reviews before choosing a service or product. You can read our customer reviews to see why people are choosing us for vinyl composition tile cleaning in Atlanta before you schedule an appointment with us!
Choose K & C Chem-Dry for Your VCT Cleaning Needs
The task of stripping VCT flooring of an old finish, wax, and dirt, and then applying coats of new floor finish can be a very labor-intensive task. But, when the task is performed correctly, your VCT floors will shine like never before. Our vinyl composition tile cleaning in Atlanta, GA will boost your business’s appearance and make a great first impression on the customers and clients who visit your business space!
Great customer service and made first experience Great, no complaints. The team of Carlos and Sol couldn’t have made my experience better. Glad I found them, definitely recommend their services!!
Awesome experience and customer service! Very detailed cleaning and effectiveness of their high quality treatments. Would HIGHLY RECOMMEND their services!
Everything dried up in less than 2 hours, no chemicals, only natural products. Definitely not the “quickly in-and-out” cheaper option out there. Extremely detailed and thorough.
We provide superior residential and commercial carpet & upholstery cleaning services in North & South Fulton County, Forsyth County, & Gwinnett County, GA, including Atlanta, Cumming, Lawrenceville, Alpharetta, Dunwoody, Chamblee, Buford, Grayson, Milton, Snellville, Liburn, East Cobb, Duluth, Dacula, Sandy Springs, Johns Creek, Roswell, Suwanee, Brookhaven, Norcross, & the surrounding areas.
K & C Chem-Dry
Carpet, Upholstery, Rug, Wood Floor, & Tile Cleaning in Atlanta
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*Based on results of studies conducted by independent laboratories of Chem-Dry’s Hot Carbonating Extraction process. Allergens tested were dog and cat dander and dust mite allergen. All bacteria results include use of sanitizer. Figures are an average across multiple homes. Hard surface bacteria tests were based on independent lab testing associated with EPA registration #s 84683-3-74771 and 70385-6; sealed stone and VCT surfaces were evaluated and bacteria tested include salmonella, influenza and E. coli.