WOOD FLOOR CLEANINGWood floor in Salt Lake City & Davis County, UT
Professional Wood Floor Cleaning in Salt Lake City & Davis County
Wood floors are a beautiful addition to your home! Their rich textures and colors add real appeal to your home and make spills easier to clean up compared to carpeted areas. However, wood floors can be quite an investment and they can show a lot of wear and tear from foot traffic over time.
Precision Chem-Dry has worked hard to provide our wood floor cleaning in Salt Lake City and Davis County, UT, and the surrounding areas. We will revitalize your flooring and help it remain durable and long-lasting! Read about the four characteristics that set our wood floor cleaning service apart from other companies and even at-home restoration methods!
Why Use Our Wood Floor Cleaning Method?
Our wood floor cleaning in Salt Lake City and Davis County, UT removes allergens from deep in the grain of your floors. Rather than soaking your floors with water as you would with traditional mopping, we use minimal water and a powerful vacuum to extract leftover moisture and dirt.
Our green-certified cleaning solution works to clean floors while still being non-toxic and safe for children and pets. Our professional-grade cleaning solution eliminates allergens from deep in the wood grain to the surface of the floor, leaving your home healthier and cleaner.
Our process provides a protective barrier and increases the life and quality of your floors. Plus our industry-leading machine uses counter-rotating brushes to penetrate the wood grain without causing any harm to the surface of your floors for long-lasting results.
After ensuring your floors are cleaned from the inside out we will polish them off with our signature wood floor polisher. Our long-lasting polish leaves not only leaves a protective barrier between your floors and feet but it adds a beautiful shine that makes them look brand new.
Industry-Leading Step By Step Process
1. Thorough Inspection
Our certified technician will inspect the condition of your floor, including scratches and blemishes.
Our process is not recommended for floors with deep scratches, blemishes, discoloration, staining, or bare wood floors.
2. Polish and Acrylic Coating Removal
We will then determine if the floor has an acrylic coating in order to remove any polishing or coating before cleaning so that we can extract dirt from deep in the flooring.
3. Deep Cleaning
A technician will tape off the surrounding area so as not to ruin appliances or cabinetry. They will then begin the process of cleaning the wood floors with our specially formulated, green-certified cleaner.
4. Hard Wood Floor Polish
Next, a polish is then applied. Our polish provides a beautiful shine and a protective layer to prevent future damage to the surface of the floor.
Why Have Precision Chem-Dry Clean Your Wood Floors?
We know wood floors are a major investment in your home, so we only send the most trained technicians to perform a wood floor cleaning in Salt Lake City, UT. Because of our low-moisture cleaning technique, you don’t have to worry about water damage or long drying times.
Schedule your wood floor cleaning in Salt Lake and Davis County, UT with Precision Chem-Dry. Call today! 801-266-8150
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4686 S. Hanauer St. Murray, UT 84107
Phone: (801) 266-8150
We provide superior carpet cleaning services throughout Salt Lake City, including: Sandy, South Jordan, Draper, Herriman, Riverton, West Jordan, Cottonwood Heights, Murray, Holladay, Taylorsville, West Valley, and the surrounding areas. We also service Davis County and Utah County.
HOURS OF OPERATION:
Mon. - Fri. 7 AM - 7 PM
Sat. 8 AM - 2 PM
Sun. 8 AM - 5 PM (We don't send technicians out on Sunday, but we do answer calls!)
WE ACCEPT VENMO
*Based on results of studies conducted by independent laboratories of the Chem-Dry HCE (Hot Carbonating Extraction) and P.U.R.T. (Pet Urine Removal Treatment). Allergens tested were dog and cat dander and dust mite matter. Pet odor results based on testing with the most common odor sources found in dog and cat urine. Figures are an average across multiple tests.