Carpet Cleaning – LOVE Your Carpets Again…

LOVE Your Clean Carpets Some of the most common questions asked about carpet cleaning are, “Will the spots come back?”, “Will the dents from the furniture come out?”, “Will the traffic areas look better after it’s done?”, and “Will these stains come out?” The answers depend on several factors that […] Read more »

Carpet Cleaning In Time For The Holidays SW Florida

It can be a mad rush at this time of the year getting ready for the Holidays but keep calm and prepare your carpets for the onslaught of foot traffic and the inevitable spills that come with the joy of seeing family and friends during these festive days! How do […] Read more »

What Is That Haze On My Tile Floor?

Grout Haze On Newly Installed Tile Floor Monthly Tru-Clean Carpet & Tile Care receives calls from homeowners complaining that their freshly installed tile flooring has a “haze” on it that can not be removed even with the most aggressive mopping.  In many cases, these are brand new homes and in […] Read more »

How To Select A Carpet Cleaning Company in SW Florida

Why do Lee, Charlotte and Collier County’s top professionals in real estate, floor covering, and interior designers refer their best clients to Tru-Clean Carpet & Tile Care exclusively? Reputation – Tru-Clean Carpet & Tile Care is a Certified Partner with the prestigious Institute of Inspection, Cleaning and Restoration Certification (IICRC) […] Read more »

Grout Coloring and Sealing. Is It All It’s Cracked Up To Be?

The short answer is, it depends. When performed by a quality contractor using a quality product there is much value and in many circumstances the absolute best option without question.  A professionally cleaned and applied grout colorant/sealant should be GUARANTEED FOR LIFE! The problem in SW Florida is some businesses […] Read more »

Make That Old Tile Floor Look New Again SW Florida

Grout that has been color sealed Grout that appears in the joints of most ceramic and porcelain flooring throughout SW Florida is much more vulnerable to problems than the tile itself. Grout is porous and is primarily sand and a small amount of cement, leaving it susceptible to all sorts […] Read more »