When you need your home’s tile professionally cleaned, rely on the ultimate cleaning power from Immaculate Home Chem-Dry of Orange County. Whether it’s for the bathroom, kitchen, or anywhere else tile is placed in your home, we provide a tile cleaning service that is unmatched in high-quality results. We completely revitalize the look and feel of tile with powerful dirt and bacteria extraction. Our tile and grout cleaning removes an outstanding 98.6 percent of all bacteria from your tile to give you a home that’s cleaner and healthier.

Each month our blog focuses on a different aspect on how to achieve a cleaner and healthier home. This month our focus is on the best types of flooring for homeowners with pets. Whether you are buying a new home or remodeling your existing home, flooring choices can be greatly impacted if you are a pet owner. No matter the flooring, Immaculate Home Chem-Dry can help maintain its exceptional quality for years to come.

Carpet Flooring

While it is certainly a more affordable option, many people are hesitant to go with carpeted flooring because it can wear quickly and it tends to absorb stains and odors very easily. This can also be a scare for homeowners with younger pets who can have frequent mishaps on the carpet and cause stains. For advanced pet urine and odor removal from your carpets, try our specialized PURT treatment. Younger pets may also scratch a lot which can pull and damage carpet fibers. To avoid risking long-term damage for their carpets, many homeowners often choose a stone or tile flooring option.

Stone Flooring

Stone flooring is an excellent choice for many pet owners in Orange County. For starters, it is very scratch resistant and any scratches that might occur are very difficult to notice. Pets aren’t tempted to scratch stone like they are with carpet flooring. If your pet has an accident on the stone flooring, it is very easy to clean up as it can’t be absorbed. The associated odors will also not be absorbed, allowing you to maintain a fresh-smelling Orange County home. Granite is often the best choice for a pet-proof floor because it is the hardest of the natural stones. softer stones such as marble, travertine, and slate are still good options, but they might require a bit more maintenance with increased traffic.

Tile Flooring

Tile flooring offers many of the same benefits including scratch resistance, durability, and odor and moisture control.  The main downside to stone and tile flooring is the fact that they are hard and cold, making for an uncomfortable place for pets to lie down.  However, this problem can easily be solved by using throw rugs or pet beds.

Tile can also have porous surfaces that house harmful bacteria and dirt which threaten your pet’s health. With Immaculate Home Chem-Dry’s advanced tile and grout cleaning, you expect your pets to enjoy better health with healthier tile. Rather than just clean your tile’s surface, our process extracts dirt and bacteria deep within the individual pores of your tile flooring. See what many in Newport Beach, Seal Beach, and Rossmoor have said about our tile cleaning.

Choose Immaculate Home Chem-Dry

When it comes to choosing the right flooring for your pets, both tile and stone offer great benefits in terms of maintenance and durability. Each will help your home stay clean and healthy while keeping your pets happy. The main difference will in price and personal taste. Regardless of which flooring you choose, it is recommended that stone and tile flooring be professionally cleaned every 12-18 months. Choose Immaculate Home Chem-Dry’s professional tile cleaning to give you tile surfaces that look and feel like new. We proudly serve all of Orange County, including Newport Beach, Seal Beach, Rossmoor, Anaheim, Garden Grove, Cypress, Huntington Beach, Laguna Niguel, Lake Forest, Mission Viejo, Yorba Linda, Santa Ana, Fullerton, Orange, and Westminster, California.