Kip’s Hardwood Floor Cleaning Services
Learning how to deep clean hardwood floors yourself can lead to satisfactory level of clean, but a professional deep cleaning service provides you with a level of cleanliness that isn’t possible with everyday household items. Microfiber pads, mops and vacuums are great for daily maintenance, but the dirt buried deep within the spaces of your floors and the grime that has been ground into the wood just cannot be removed with these basic tools.
If you want to get the best deep clean for hardwood floors, consider a Kip’s to the do job for you!
Whether your hardwood floors are 100 years old or newly installed, Kip’s has the solution you need. With our professional hardwood floor cleaning and waxing services, you’ll find that it’s easy to maintain and preserve your floors. Like fine leather, wood floors should be buffed and polished regularly to keep them conditioned.
With many years of experience and a commitment to extensive technician training, Kip’s provides the experience and expertise you can rely on.
When you schedule a hardwood floor cleaning by Kip’s, you can expect to see:
- An evaluation of wood flooring needs including identification of finish type and sealant used.
- A thorough cleaning and mopping to eliminate dust and dirt.
- A gentle buffing, waxing and polishing to remove stains and deep clean.
- A specialized treatment of problem areas such as discoloration, penetrating scratches, or other issues.
Normal traffic patterns can lead to dull floors that appear prematurely aged. Restore the natural beauty and elegance of hardwood floors with a period deep cleaning and professional wood floor waxing.
Whether your hardwood floors may be new or something original, they are likely to be the center of attention in the home. Save time and money by hiring a professional to do the job for you. At Kip’s, we provide quality workmanship to our customers. We’ll bring the warmth and elegance back to your home. Call Kip’s today to schedule a hardwood floor cleaning in your home!
Please note, if your wood floors are coated with a polyurethane finish, you should never have your floors waxed. Contact your manufacturer for specific cleaning recommendations.
Book your appointment today!