GRANITE RENEWAL SERVICESGranite countertop cleaning in Provo and Utah County
Granite Countertop Cleaning in Provo and Utah County
Precision Chem-Dry has been the go-to provider for granite countertop cleaning in Provo, UT, and surrounding areas for a good reason. Our granite countertop cleaning solution and signature four-step process are what you need to restore your beautiful granite countertops. Your granite countertops are beautiful centerpieces in your home. The durability of granite means you should be able to enjoy its beauty for years and years.
Unfortunately, granite will lose some of its luster and shine over time. This can happen even if you’ve treated your countertop with a sealant. If a sealant was applied when the countertop was installed, that sealant can wear thin and allow liquids to gradually seep into the granite surface. As you already know, residue, germs, dirt, and water spots can also make your granite look far from perfect.
Remove Bacteria From Your Countertops
Our granite countertop cleaning in Provo, UT, and Utah County will help you to fall in love with your granite countertops all over again. We’ve tested the effectiveness of our granite countertop cleaning process in multiple homes. This study found that our process, in conjunction with a sanitizer, removes an average of 98.4% of bacteria from granite countertops.* Precision Chem-Dry will quickly and efficiently renew and refresh your granite countertops for a cleaner surface, brighter shine, and a healthier home.
How Our Granite Cleaning Process Works
Regular maintenance, cleaning, and sealing of granite countertops are critical to protecting your investment. There are many do-it-yourself products available, but these can often result in more damage than improvement. Most of these approaches contain harsh or abrasive ingredients that can actually damage the granite and make the finish appear dull and lifeless.
At Precision Chem-Dry, we take a safer, more effective approach. Before we begin cleaning, we consult with you to better understand your needs and make sure we provide you with the best granite countertop renewal. Here are our typical steps:
1. Clean and Scrub
Chem-Dry’s proprietary granite countertop cleaning solution removes germs, dirt, and grime from your countertops with gentle scrubbing. We do not use abrasive scrubbing techniques like other granite countertop renewal companies because we don’t want to damage your countertop’s surface.
2. Remove Leftover Residue
Once we’ve cleaned the surface of your countertops, we remove any leftover residue using our specialized granite countertop residue remover.
After we remove leftover residue, we seal your countertops with a small amount of our granite countertop sealer, which dries within 3-5 minutes. Our sealer provides a powerful layer of protection for your countertops.
Lastly, we polish your countertops with our unique granite polish. Our polish leaves your countertops shiny and lustrous for the months and years to come!
“The owner Juan is so friendly! I always hesitate having people in my home, but Juan is very professional and so helpful! I have used Precision Chem-Dry multiple times and every time I am always completely happy with my experience and results! Thank you Juan for providing such a great service!”
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625 Spruce St, Pleasant Grove, UT 84062
Phone: (801) 905-1627
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!)
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*Based on results of studies conducted by independent laboratories of Chem-Dry’s Hot Carbonating Extraction process. Allergens tested were dog and cat dander and dust mite allergen. All bacteria results include use of sanitizer. Figures are an average across multiple homes. Hard surface bacteria tests were based on independent lab testing associated with U.S. EPA registration #s 84683-3-74771 and 70385-6; sealed stone and VCT surfaces were evaluated and bacteria tested include salmonella, influenza and E. coli.