Chem-Dry is Fort Smith's best choice for professional tile and grout cleaning

Tile Cleaning in Fort Smith

You can rely on Elmer’s Chem-Dry to clean and renew the look of your tile floors, countertops, showers, patios, and foyers. Our highly-trained technicians use specialized cleaning solutions and equipment to remove stubborn dirt buildup.

Ditch the toothbrush and leave the dirty work to us. Elmer’s Chem-Dry cleans deep into your porous tile and grout to get those hard to reach spots and saves you from serious back pain. 


Keep Germs Out, Seal Grout

As a part of every cleaning, your certified Elmer’s Chem-Dry  professional will apply a coat of durable sealant to your grout. When our trained staff applies the sealant, a barrier is created, minimizing the amount of dirt that is able to seep into the grout pores. This helps your grout stay cleaner, longer and maintenance is simple because dirt doesn’t penetrate deep into the cracks.

Prevent Future Spills and Stains

The porous grout used in most tile work absorbs dirt and grime over time and makes it extremely difficult to deep clean on your own. Allow us to renew the shine of your tile, stone, and grout throughout your home or business in the Fort Smith, AR area.  After we clean your tile and stone floors, we apply a sealant to keep out dirt and germs. This helps keep future spills and stains away from the deep crevices of your flooring.

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An independent laboratory recently conducted a study to determine the healthfulness and efficacy of Chem-Dry’s tile and grout cleaning process. Based on several tests on tile surfaces in multiple homes, this study found that our tile cleaning process removes an average of 98.6% of bacteria from these surfaces.

If you need of professional tile cleaning in Fort Smith or the surrounding areas, contact us today!


“Borderline-magical! You’ve had your car detailed? With these folks, I’ve had my house detailed! They made 20-year-old tile floors (inside and outside) look like they were just laid – and did a fantastic job on my hardwood floors as well. These people are CRAFTSMEN. I wouldn’t go anywhere else.”

—Cliff S.

Chem-Dry Tile Cleaning Looks Better & Lasts Longer

We recommended you hire a professional tile cleaner in Fort Smith every 12-18 months. This helps ensure your home or business long-lasting protection. Sparkling, clean, and sanitized tile and grout looks better and is healthier for people and pets. Elmer’s Chem-Dry service is perfect for many varieties and styles of tile and stone including Saltillo, ceramic, porcelain, slate, granite, and travertine.

Most homeowners don’t want harmful chemicals used in their homes. Fortunately, that is never a worry with Elmer’s Chem-Dry. All of the ingredients in our primary cleaner are safe and approved for your home and family. Get in touch with us today to learn more and schedule your next tile cleaning in Fort Smith, AR!

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Call Elmer's Chem-Dry Today!

(479) 646-8800

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1533 N Greenwood Ave
Fort Smith, Arkansas 72901

Phone: (479) 646-8800

Email: crawfordsebastiancd5@gmail.com

We accept all major forms of payment. credit card icon

Service Area:

Serving all of Crawford & Sebastian County, Arkansas including: Fort Smith, Van Buren, Greenwood, Alma, Barling, White Bluff, Lavaca, Bloomer, Mountainburg, and the surrounding areas.

We also serve Muldrow, Roland, Sallisaw, and Poteau, Oklahoma.

Hours of Operation:

Mon-Sun: Open 24 hours

*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 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.