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"I could not have been more pleased with the service that of provided. He promptly answered my inquiry, arrived at" the arranged time to look at the job and gave me a reasonable bid. The cleaning, scheduled for the next week, included taping all of the baseboards and cabinet footplates for protection, stripping the floor, soaking up the cleaning liquid with a hose, vacuuming the floor of any lint, and applying several coats of finish. He had quoted three coats of finish but it took eight coats to bring the tile to the quality of finish he requires. Quite the professional. Very thorough and pleasant to work with. I will be calling him to clean some carpets soon.

-Sandra E.

" replied promptly to my e-mail and set up initial appt for estimate. scheduled a cleaning within days. arrived promptly" and set right to work. did a thorough and excellent job. looking forward to my next clean!

-cheryl A.

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"Etiquette and tipping experts agree that tipping a contractor and his employees isn't expected because contractors offer to do a job for you at a specific price. Any extra money they would want would be built into their bid. Also, it's a business relationship rather than one where they are performing a personal service for you like a waiter or a maid. But if the employees do extra jobs around the house, then experts say it is appropriate to tip a cash amount equivalent to the task; "tip gifts" such as cookies and drinks can count. "The key to tipping is whether or not it was outside the scope of what was normally expected," says Mark Brenner, author of "Tipping for Success!"

My opinion is that a little bit of courtesy (snacks, drinks, expression of appreciation etc.) goes a long way and upon completion of their work you feel compelled by a job well done to offer a little extra in the form of a tip - go for it, but do not feel obligated. 

I agree with Ben, as usual. First, test your slab - put a sheet of plastic over it, at least 3 feet square, taped down to the slab all around - leave for 3 days. If the slab darkens with moisture, or there is any condensation drops on the underside of the plastic, you have a damp slab. If you have visible moisture or moisture discoloration at any time during the course of the seasons with exposed concrete slab, then you have a wet slab. Even just a damp slab can put several quarts of moisture passingfrom the ground through the concrete into the air per day, and a wet basement slab in contact with wster at its base  can generate as much as 10 gallons a day of air moisture - which means that pretty much anything placed on it WILL get damp enough to mildew or mold.


For a wet slab, a polished concrete or epoxy/polyurea surface is your best bet. Any other surfacing you put over it is likely to mold. Ceramic tile with waterproofing additives in the mortar mix can work if the surface is properly prepared for good bonding, and you use "plastic" thinset and grout rather than cement based grout. Basically has to be done the same way as for a gymnasium shower floor or pool deck to work right.


For a damp slab, assuming it NEVER actually gets wet either from high water table under it in wet season, or from surface flooding from foundation leakage, then you have several options:


1) As Ben says, Pergo and others make totally plastic flooring material in a variety of surfaces that can be put down on a smooth slab over a vapor barrier and totally inorganic plastic padding - looks like bubble wrap commonly. Does not guarantee mold will not form between the vapor barrier and the concrete. IF you use a snap flooring version, can be taken up if it gets saturated and dried, then put back in. Not so with glued or nailed versions. Some people also use snap or interlock together rubber or foam flooring over a vapor barrier, particularly in rec rooms, which can be taken up easily in event of flood. 


2) A vapor barrier under an inorganic pad as above, overlain with an open-weave backing synthetic fiber (nylon, rayon) carpet with NO natural materials in it, which has lots of breathing space in the weave can work. I have used open-weave backing short-pile 100% nylon carpet from Armstrong in my basement for about 30 years, with vapor-barrier floor paint but no plastic sheet vapor barrier or padding and never a mildew problem, even though the plastic sheet test did show a minor amount of condensation. The key is a breathable carpet and decent airflow in the basement.


3) Any other type of flooring - laminate, vinyl, hardwood, etc will act to xxxx vapor evaporation, so risk mildew/mold under them. You can put down a sealer on the concrete and a vapor barrier and frequently get satisfactory service in a low moisture slab - generally only ones that are at or above surrounding ground level, but you always have the risk of mildew, and if ever flooded are pretty much trash. If you use a sheet product, use plastic, not organic - so vinyl, not linoleum, for instance. I have successfully done asphaltic based vinyl tiles and vinyl sheet using asphalt adhesive - the 1970's method - on damp flooring without trouble, but you have to make sure the concrete is VERY well sealed first with multiple penetrating coats of sealant placed on ground concrete surface so there is open voids for the sealant to penetrate, then let sit a week or more untouched and unwalked on before putting down the asphaltic-bonded tiles or sheet. The key is to make sure the concrete is less permeable to moisture than the overlying material. If you use a non-asphaltic adhesive (because of smell issues or allergies), then I would recommend full-adhesion waterproof mastic, not spot-adhered or glueless, so there are no air gaps under the sheet to accumualte moisture and mildew.


4) Of course, in new construction, if a full edge-bonded heavy duty plastic liner is put in the bedding sand layer UNDER the slab, that can turn a potentially wet or damp situation into a basically dry one, allowing almost any type of flooring to be used, though I NEVER recommend hardwood over below- or on-grade slabs. Of course, in a basement, one should probably assume that at some point it will get at least partially flooded from foundstion leak or pipe failure, so polished or stained or coated concrete, tile, or removeable flooring is the most likely to survive that.


5) Another option, in pretty much either case if your ventilation system removes the vapor as fast as the concrete can supply it, is padless thick open-weave area rug with a "Miller Weave", "Open Back", "Berber" or "Rag Rug" construction - which have lots of air holes in the rug and backing to let the moisture through. Then if getting damp or floods, just roll up and take out to garage and drape over some elevated 2x4's across sawhorses to dry out. Again, start with good concrete sealing first - preferably deep sealant with compatible epoxy surface coat to minimize water transmission.

I agree with your choice - this is about the only product that can realistically, for a large room, be taken out and cleaned up after a flood and reused, thouhg carpet can be if you strip it into smaller pieces to carry wet, AND you have somewhere to wash and dry it - that is usually the problem. However, bear in mind it still has to be done within about 2 days or mildew/mold will grow on it, and may or may not be totally removeable. My personal preferences - mostly because their products are consistent, the joints stay snapped together, and they are not overly soft (a problem with cheap vinyls) are Pergo, Tarkett, Armstrong. Whatever you buy, be sure it can come back apart - some plank products are not made with a self-adhering contact glue in the joints that prevent you from taking it apart again, and some brands their snap design, while maybe better at preventing joint separation, cannot feasibly be unsnapped without tearing or breaking it off. Also, be sure whatever brandname and product line you choose it 100% vinyl (other than the urethane surface protective layer) - many vinyl floor products have paper or fiber cores or other water-absorbing components. Remember that, on concrete, since it wicks soil moisture through it, you till need a 6 mil vapor barrier under the flooring and positively sealed all around the edges to avoid the risk of mold growing on the underside of the vinyl.
Agreed.  If you have existing cracking in porcelain you need to know the cause first.  I don't know of any reputable contractor that would dare install tile over existing tile.  Also, any manufacturer warranties for defects would be null due to improper installation.  Did the contractor offer this solution or did you ask for it?  The mear fact that he is agreeing to or offering it tells me you need to leave this guy for someone who knows what they are talking about before he does only half the job which will have to be redone in the near future, costing you more in the long run.

I get so many calls from customers that were talked into a "cheaper" way to do something only to find the work very sub-par.  The sad part is they are out the money they spent in the first place along with the additional amount I have to charge just to undo what the first contractor did before I can do it right.  This floor could end up costing you double what it should if it's not done right.

Todd Shell
Todd's Home Services

Floor Cleaning reviews in New Orleans


I am rather "pickey", but I was very pleased with this housekeeper. She had a great attitude and left my home clean and fresh smelling.
I am also pleased to take advantage of the Senior Discount offered to Angie's list members. I will continue to use this company.
- Sandra R.

She was very nice and thorough and very receptive to using the products for cleaning that I suggested to her. Very hard to clean my sixe home in three hours but she worked very hard and she did what she could very well
- Troylynn M.

The company was hired to clean the apartment before the new lease starts. I picked this company due to the excellent reviews on Angie's list. I called for the estimate and found the price very reasonable. I was promised that the job wound be a thorough cleaning of the interior, wall to wall, ceiling to floor. When I inspected the work afterwards, ...More I found a lot of areas were missed, such as window glasses, light covers, ceiling fans, shelves, etc. After complaining to the the owner, I was told that the crew came back the next day to finish the areas they missed. I went back, only to find they didn't not come. After complaining again and sending the pictures, finally someone came over and did the majority. There were still a few windows with dirty glasses. I did not bother to complain again and did the work myself.
- Haitao Z.

Not well. Kitchen floor was not mopped with clean water and had to be rewashed after the provider left. Although the provider did say some one could come back and redo at my convenience, I felt the overall cleaning was not done well and decided to look for someone else.
- Elizabeth P.

I have used this service for over 18 months and have been very pleased with the company. I have had a variety of housekeepers and they were all nice and pleasant. Some were better at cleaning than others, but the majority did a good job. They arrive on time, take a walk thru the house, and get to work. I am usually home while they are here, but have ...More left on occasion and felt comfortable doing so.
I plan to continue with because the management seems to be truly invested in providing quality service.
- Sandra R.

I am very happy with this service. I have a big hairy dog that sheds alot so there are a lot of hair balls to sweep out from under the furniture and she gets them all. We found this company through Groupon.
The owner is my house cleaner and she is cheerful, dependable, effiecient and good at this job. She will work with you if you need ...More to change your appointment and if delayed for any reason you will get a call to let you know.
- Ernesto C.

fine. Three ladies, arrived on time. Called to say they were on their way.. They were scheduled to come back the day before but called to see if they could come the following day which was okay with me.
- Anne A.

showed up on time with a 2-person crew. They were efficient and fast, using new machinery which is operated directly from their truck curbside. They took time to put pads under the feet of the furniture. Overall we are very pleased.
- william j E.

Floor Cleaners in New Orleans

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Absolute Home Svc

1401 W Esplanade Blvd

All American Cleaning Service

2323 Helena Street

All Star Maid and Janitorial Service

742 E I10 Service Rd

Associated Housing Contractors

4025 Ulloa
New Orleans

Awv flooring inc

3721 Rosetta dr

Bravo Cleaning

1511 Metairie Rd., Suite 10

Brooms N Buckets

5615 Royal St
New Orleans


1300 26th Street

Cajun Maintenance

11766 S Harrells Ferry Rd Ste A
Baton Rouge

Childers Cleaning Professionals

161 Cypress Grove Court
New Orleans

Classic Hardwood Floors, LLC

5612 Jensen St Ste J
New Orleans

custom works unlimited

15192 highway 22

D Williams Cleaning Service

429 HomeWood Place

D. Frye

P.O. Box 791475
New Orleans

DH Construction Services

3400 Kent Ave

Double R's Home Remedies LLC

2517 Delta Pointe Dr.

DryEx Carpet Cleaning

1901 HIGHWAY 190 APT 2113

Fantastic Enterprises

100 Landings Blvd

Fazangelo Prosperity LLC

963 Ave B

FlatOut! Cleaning Services

4031 Gibson St.
New Orleans


1620 E Judge Perez Drive

Gleam Clean

2213 Venus pl

Grout Works LLC

2619 Tchoupitoulas st
New Orleans

Guarantee Service Team Of Professionals

11811 Dunlay Ave
Baton Rouge

HCF Cleaning & Restoration

202 N Pin Oak Dr
Saint Rose

HMD Contracting, LLC

P.O. Box 56314
New Orleans

Itz Clean

3296 Jackson Landing Road



Jet's Home Services

110 Shirmac Drive

Jewell's Cleaning Service

P O Box 277

Jill of All Trades

912 Aris Ave.

LA Restorations LLC

113 Eden Isles Blvd.

Lemi-Duit Property Maintenance

424 Pacific Avenue
New Orleans

Lopez Floors Inc.

124 Barnes Court

Miracle Hands Cleaning Service

PO Box 8550
New Orleans

Monica's Cleaning Services

117 Bonura Dr.
St. Rose



Mr Fix It

3220 7th St

Mr.K Aqua Wash Restoration And Landscaping

2901 Cambridge Dr.
New Orleans

Mrs Clean Maid Service LLC

18164 River Rd.
La Place

Multi Craft Contractor LLC

3924 Hillcrest Dr.

Nana's Cleaning Services

1200 South Carrollton Avenue
New Orleans

Nata Carpet Care LLC

133 Rue Charlemagne

Nature Maid of Louisiana

40430 E I-55 Service Rd #30

Nola Redo

801 Barataria Blvd

Oxi Fresh of New Orleans Carpet Cleaning

8125 Hampson St
New Orleans

Pentek Homes

1819 Euterpe St
New Orleans

Pittman Cleaning & Restoration

PO Box 1023

R C R Cleaning Service Inc

2401 N Turnbull Dr

Rainbow International of Southeast Louisiana

70161 Highway 59 Ste F
Abita Springs

Real Handy Man

New Orleans

Regis cleaning LLC

2137 Golfview Dr

Reliable Custom Carpentry llc.

724 5th, Ave.

Renaissance Man, LLC

5776 Bellaire Drive
New Orleans

Restoration Carpentry

4739 Orchid Street
Baton Rouge

Ryan's Construction Solutions LLC

964 Allo Street

Scrb-A-Dub Cleaning Service

Park Place Dr.

Southern Carpet & Floor Cleaning, LLC.

828 Royal St #220
New Orleans

Sparkles By Mom Janitorial

2504 E Simcoe St Apt 10

Stanley Steemer

2601-B Lexington Ave

Taylored Interiors, LLC

3841 N Timbers Ct

Team Finesse LLC

635 Bengal Rd
River Ridge


New Orleans

TJ's Professional landscape & janitorial service

4601 franicsco verrett dr.
New Orleans

Total House Cleaning

4327 Morris Pl

Troendle Floor Company Inc

1101 Sams Ave
New Orleans



U.C.C.T. Inc

4001 Cedar. st

V&M Maintanice LTD

1901 Green Acers rd

Vista Solar Contractors LLC

1268 Destrehan Avenue

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