BONDS JANITORIAL SERVICES
"Let Us Do The Dirty Work"
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The Coast's Most Reliable and Trusted Commercial Janitorial Service Provider
Bonds Services, Inc., was started in 1994 as a local, family-owned business. Through the years, we have grown to what we are today; one of the premier janitorial contractors on the Mississippi Gulf Coast.
We specialize in commercial accounts and no client is too small or too large. Bonds Janitorial Services is also a woman owned company which qualifies us as a small, minority owned business enterprise.
We have worked very hard at earning a good reputation in the industry and have worked even harder on maintaining that reputation. Bonds Services, Inc. prides itself on honesty, hard work and giving our clients a clean building in which to conduct business in on a daily basis. We not only have longevity in the cleaning business but with our clients as well. Bonds Services, Inc. is YOUR companies cleaning solution.
Our Professional Services include:
Churches and MORE!
Contact us TODAY for your FREE on-site estimate and action plan to get you on the path to a cleaner, more organized and professional business area for your customers and clients.
We have the experience and skills necessary to tackle just about every type of job that comes our way. With Bonds Janitorial Services, clients know exactly what to expect - professionalism, efficiency and exceptional results. Our team can change out light bulbs, locks, door hinges, assemble workstations and perform light electrical work and small plumbing jobs reliably and efficiently upon request.
GROUT LINE PAINTING
Many tile floors have beautiful looking tiles but the grout has become impossible to clean. Ugly, stained, damaged and cracked grout can ruin the look of a tile floor. Painting the grout with a grout colorant is often times the only way to restore the original look and color of the grout. Painting the grout will also serve to seal and protect the grout and make it much easier to clean and maintain.
Grout colorants serve to seal and color grout and protect it from becoming stained again. Grout colorants also seal small cracks and holes in grout and will also strengthen the existing grout. After the grout lines have been painted then the grout will be much easier to clean and maintain. Only ceramic and porcelain tile floors can be painted with a grout colorant. Porous stone tiles will absorb the grout colorant and become stained with the grout colorant. Sometimes some relatively non-porous stone tile grout can be painted but you should always test the tiles first to ensure the porous tiles do not absorb the grout colorant.
Before painting the grout is important to thoroughly clean the tiles and grout. Grout colorants are manufactured to bond with the silica in the grout and if the grout is not properly cleaned then it will not properly bond with the grout. You should first scrub the grout lines clean with an alkaline tile and grout cleaner to remove all the dirt grease and grime from the tiles and grout.
After cleaning the grout with an alkaline cleaner an acidic cleaner should be used on the grout lines. The acidic cleaner will help to open up the pores of the grout and increase the bonding strength between the grout colorant and the grout. The acidic cleaning step is not mandatory but it does help to increase the bonding strength between the grout colorant and the grout.
Since its founding, Bonds Janitorial Services has been one of the most trusted names in the industry. Hire us for this service and learn how we cater to the needs of each client, ensuring the results you need and deserve.
Pros know how to handle specialty situations, such as water damage, tough stains, and fabrics that need sensitive care.
They also have access to tools you won't be able to rent at your local hardware store. This includes UV lights for spotting pet stains, but most importantly, it includes the expensive equipment necessary for performing hot-water extraction, also known as steam cleaning.
What is steam cleaning?
Steam cleaning is a form of hot-water soil extraction that cleans carpets far more thoroughly than consumer-grade surface-cleaning equipment can. Oddly enough, it doesn't actually involve steam, but rather extremely hot water pumped through a powerful hose system that can flush out dirt at the carpet's deepest level. Here's how it usually works:
Technicians pre-condition the carpet with a special solution that loosens stains and dirt. They may also agitate the carpet with a brush to increase the solution's effectiveness.
Using a high-pressure hose hooked up to a truck outside, the techs then spray the carpet with extremely hot water, sometimes 200° or higher, rinsing away ground-in dirt and residue.
They immediately vacuum the mixture of water and solution into a holding tank and exhaust the dirty air out of your home, leaving behind nothing but clean, damp carpet that will dry in a matter of hours.