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Arizona Tile & Grout Care protects, restores and beautifies the floors and surfaces of people's most important assets- their homes and businesses. We have specialized in tile, stone and grout restoration since 1998 with over 14,400 jobs completed. We have 5 Angie's List Super Service Awards and zero complaints with the Registrar of Contractors and the Better Business Bureau.

We strive to maintain our stellar reputation. We want every customer to have a great experience with our service and feel good about recommending us to their family, friends and neighbors. TRUST: We have integrity by following through with our promises, making the best decisions possible and holding each other accountable. Our customers trust us to go inside their homes and treat them, their contents and valuables with care and respect.

RESPECT: We are courteous, friendly, personable and respectful to customers, vendors and to each other at all times. We listen and communicate effectively. TEAMWORK: We work together as a unified team to ensure great customer service in a positive, friendly and productive environment.
Highlights

read more › Ceramic is the most common tile found in homes and businesses today. This type of tile wears well, provides good traction, and is essentially water- and stain-proof. It is easy to maintain using almost any type of cleaner. Ceramic can be installed in just about any setting without any particular concerns. Ceramic tile is a mixture of clays and natural materials mined from the earth. They are formed, shaped, pressed and glazed before fired in a hot kiln. A glaze is the glass material designed to melt onto the surface of the tile during firing, which adheres to the tile surface during cooling.

read more › Porcelain tile is very durable and commonly used in home and commercial settings for flooring, showers and countertops. These tiles are more dense and much harder than ceramic tiles. Color on porcelain extends from top to bottom. The tiles are made from heating fine porcelain clays and other natural materials to temperatures between 1,200 and 1,400 °C. Some porcelain is made to look like travertine or other stone patterns. Like ceramic, porcelain tile is nearly impossible to stain. It is also scratch-resistant and easy to maintain.

read more › Saltillo varies in colors of deep reds, oranges and yellows. It's clay tile brings warmth and character to any space. Saltillo is installed mainly on interior and exterior flooring surfaces. There are several types of clay tiles that are not Saltillo tile but can be restored and maintained the same way. The clay used to make Saltillo tiles is excavated from the earth. It is cleaned, processed, mixed with water, and formed into tile. The tiles are dried in the sun and then fired in kilns. After installation, it is important to clean the surface before applying multiple coatings of acrylic finish so the clay is sealed for protection.

read more › Travertine is a luxurious natural stone used in homes and businesses. Most of today's travertine comes from Italy, Turkey, and Mexico. It is installed on flooring, showers, countertops, backsplashes, and other decorative surfaces. Travertine is a form of limestone. It is a sedimentary rock formed by an accumulation of calcium carbonate and other minerals dissolving in ground water and deposited by rivers and natural springs on the earths surface. Over time, travertine transforms due to the heat in the earth's core and water rising as the steam forms hot springs.

read more › Most commonly used on countertops and showers, granite is an extremely durable and beautiful natural stone. Granite is resistant to abrasion, staining, and etching from acids found in food and drink. It is a great choice for these applications. Granite is an igneous rock, formed through the cooling and solidification of magma or lava below the earth's surface. This process makes granite one of hardest stones next to diamond. Granite consists of minerals of feldspar and quartz, giving it brilliant coloring and decorative patterns.

read more › Slate is a decorative, practical natural stone tile solution for flooring, shower surrounds and countertops. It is a great choice when you are looking for a surface that is both slip resistant and durable. With the natural color variations, you have the option of getting creative when it comes time to install your slate. You can make a unique statement with your floor. A fine-grained, metamorphic rock, Slate has been transformed by horizontal forces, heat and pressure within the earth's crust. Slate occurs in a variety of colors due to the variation of minerals and compounds.

read more › Limestone tile is a beautiful, natural stone used in homes and businesses. It is installed not only on flooring but also in showers, countertops, backsplashes, and other decorative surfaces. Formed by accumulation of sediment, limestone is a sedimentary rock. It often contains shells, corals, and fossils from the sea. Limestone commonly forms in shallow marine waters and is made up of calcium carbonate, a common substance found in rocks. Since it is a calcium-based stone, limestone is sensitive to acidic products and can become dulled or etched by food, drink and certain cleaning products.

read more › Marble tile is a natural stone that gives homes and business a timeless and elegant appeal. It is used on flooring, showers, countertops, backsplashes and other decorative surfaces. It is a metamorphic rock that begins as limestone and changes as a result of intense pressure from the heat and chemical fluids below the earth's crust. These extreme conditions alter the texture and composition of the stone, resulting in the limestone-to-marble transition. The stone never leaves its solid form throughout this process.

read more › Flagstone is a form of sandstone, a natural stone used on floors, walkways and patios. This unique and beautiful stone is quarried in places where, over a long period of time, bedded sedimentary rock is formed in layers by minerals dissolving in ground water then deposited on the earth by rivers and springs. It is extracted and split by hand, forcing steel chisels into the natural seams that run parallel through the stone. The seams determine the thickness of the flagstone. The smoothness of the stone's face depends on how tight the natural seams are and how easily they split.

read more › Concrete flooring and countertops are tough, resilient and easy to maintain when properly sealed. However, they can become damaged or stained if they are not maintained on a regular basis. Countertops are more susceptible to staining and damage from daily kitchen use such as food prep, cooking, cutting, and spills. Color can be added to concrete in two ways: during the mixing process at the factory (integral coloring) or stained after it is installed. It is important the concrete be fully cured and dry before sealant is applied.

read more › Rob came on the day as scheduled and had an estimate to us within an hour. Wayne and James showed up on time, were courteous and knowledgeable and did a FANTASTIC job on our saltillo tile floors. And the best part, they treated our home as if it were their own. Contacting Arizona Tile and Grout has proven to be one of the best decisions we've had in regards to our house. When we bought our house, the grout showed a lot of wear and staining, and the overall tile color scheme was brown. The team at Arizona tile performed as advertised and we were quite pleased with our Saltillo tile restoration project.

read more › We've been serving Tucson since 1998. Whether it's your floors, countertops or showers we are the experts when it comes to tile, grout and natural stone cleaning and sealing. We also diamond-hone and polish travertine tile, marble and limestone. Cleaning and sealing Saltillo tile requires special care as this clay tile is softer than other surfaces. Our process will not damage your tile, your carpets, your cabinets or baseboards. And we do not use harsh chemicals that could potentially cause any type of damage in your home.

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