Tile and Grout Cleaning for Up to 100 or 150 Sq. Ft. from Sears Carpet and Air Duct - Austin (Up to 31% Off)

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Professional technicians use a powerful extraction cleaning system to scour tile and grout

The Fine Print

Promotional value expires 120 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Valid only within 15 miles of zip code 78727. Appointment required. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as gift. Limit 1 per visit. Limit 1 per household. Valid only for option purchased. Anything over 100/150 square foot will be 95 cents per square foot. Not valid with other offers. Heavily soiled areas may need extra pre-conditioning for additional charge. Valid for first floor of residences only. Tax and fuel charge of $11 not included. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Choose Between Two Options

  • $69 for tile and grout cleaning for up to 100 square feet ($95 value)
  • $99 for tile and grout cleaning for up to 150 square feet ($142.50 value)

Ceramic, Stone, or Porcelain? Tiling in Style

Kitchen and bathroom tiles need to be easy to clean, durable, and waterproof—and ceramic, porcelain, and stone can all fit the bill. Let Groupon’s guide help you decide from among them.

Ceramic: The least expensive of these three materials, ceramic maintains an attitude of reliable, unflashy modesty. Ceramic tiles are made from clay fired at high temperatures, which forms a ready surface for bold, uniform color. Ceramic is easy to seal and wipe clean, but because the finish is baked onto the tile’s top layer like frosting on a first-time-baker’s cake, chips show up readily on colored ceramic tiles. They might not be as durable as stone or porcelain, but their light weight makes them quicker to install and easier to use on walls.

Stone: Stone is a natural material and a finite one, quarried from the earth; as you might expect, it’s the most expensive of the three. Its irregularity is the source of its beauty (consider the artfully branching veins of marble, or the dappled glitter of granite) and its difficulty. Installation is time-consuming, careful work—marble, for instance, can warp and buckle if not properly prepared. Stone is more absorbent than man-made materials and potentially more vulnerable to stains, but its natural variations in color and texture may mean that those stains don’t detract from the look. It’s also extremely resistant to scratches, foot traffic, and stress-related breaks, and this durability means that it can be polished and refinished in place years after it’s been installed.

Porcelain: Porcelain is a cousin to ceramic that usually acts like it would rather hang out with stone. It’s made from finely textured, mineral-rich clay that’s fired longer and at higher temperatures than ceramic, making it denser and stronger. It’s also more adaptable, able to take on colors and textures that realistically mimic stone or even hardwood, for those who like the look of oak but have pet beavers. Porcelain tiles can work well outdoors or around a swimming pool, too, since they’ll stand up to the elements but present a rugged enough texture to prevent slips and spills.

Customer Reviews

Arrive late but did an excellent job I'm very satisfied and I will use them again
Dwayne D. · September 28, 2016
My technician took plenty of time to look at the problem areas and then did an excellent job cleaning my carpet and making it look good as new.
Kay H. · September 21, 2016

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