Regal Carpet and Tile Care is a professional, full-service floor care company serving the Polk County area since 1995. At Regal Carpet and Tile Care, we take pride in our reputation, experience, education, systems, and guarantee. Our staff has over 25 years of combined experience. Regal Carpet and Tile Care is also an IICRC certified firm. We hold multiple Master and Journeymen Cleaning Technician certifications, which are the highest available in the carpet cleaning industry. You can depend on Regal Carpet and Tile Care for carpet cleaning, carpet re-stretching and repairs, upholstery cleaning, fiber and fabric protection, hardwood cleaning and re-coating, tile and grout cleaning and sealing, and urine damage treatment.
It is important for the safety and health of your family to get timely tile repair and cleaning. If left unclean and broken, it can become the site for mold growth which is particularly harmful to your family and your own health. It is therefore important to hire professionals for your tile repair and cleaning.Read More
It’s unsightly when your tile flooring cracks. More often than not, the underlying cause is with the material below the tile and not the tile itself. This is why it may be difficult at times to know the exact cause of cracking floor tiles, and when you need tile replacement.Read More
The main underlying cause of your grout cracking is simple. The tile is still moving about. There is a specific amount of time that needs to pass for the grout to fully cure. That magic figure is 28 days. Non Sanded grout installed cures effectively in 28 days. Any time before that and your grout begins to crack.Read More
Grout keeps tiles in place. It is made from a cement substance (mix in water and sand) and is usually where dirt and stain will develop. They start dirtying easily and look very ugly in a bathroom with irregular line running around tiles. So without further ado we’ll give you seven tips on keeping that grout clean.Read More
It’s unsightly when your tile flooring cracks. More often than not, the underlying cause is with the material below the tile and not the tile itself.Read More