How a Tile and Grout Cleaning Job Transformed this Dingy Cobble Hill Bathroom - No Remodel Required!
April 20, 2016
Everyone loves a beautiful and tidy bathroom, but going through the hassle of cleaning tiles covered in soap scum or mold and mildew isn't the way to have a good time. And clean them we must! The problem is all those dirty stains in the cracks, crevices, and corners of your bathroom. Those dark-colored stains are just too hard to clean. This family from Cobble Hill was no different. They loved taking baths in their once clean and shiny bathroom. Unfortunately, years of dirt, soap scum, and residue took their toll on the bathroom's appearance. Their bathroom lost its clean appearance and now looked dingy. The grout lines had darkened, and there were dirty stains in the corners of the bathroom. The homeowner tried cleaning the bathroom with thorough cleaning treatments, but those did not seem to do the job. The couple thought about renovating the bathroom but knew it would be too costly. In search for a better alternative, they searched for Cobble Hill Tile Cleaning
and found Sir Grout New York. They scheduled an appointment immediately.
The day of the evaluation came, and the couples were worried about the outcome. Sir Grout's trained, professional tile and grout cleaning team evaluated the state of their bathroom. The bathroom didn't need renovation. With a deep cleaning, caulking, and sealing, the bathroom would be restored to its original condition. The caulking around your tile acts as important protection against water damage. Over time, the caulk can mold, dry up, and crack. Exposed caulk often results in severe water damage and costly repairs. Luckily for the homeowners, Sir Grout New York's Cobble Hill Caulking Services
would drastically improve their bathroom in no time.
The Cobble Hill couple was relieved and thrilled that Sir Grout's professional team promised to make their tiles more attractive, clean, and safe. The team began cleaning the bathroom with a pH-neutral cleaner, and then they used a high-speed gentle scrubber and a vapor steam cleaning to remove the remaining dirt. To recolor the grout, they used ColorSeal. ColorSeal fills in the porous surface of the grout to shield it from contaminants that cause stains. It is resistant to water, dirt, mold, and mildew, making your tile and grout easier to clean. ColorSeal is applied by matching the color of the grout to create a uniform look and cleaner appearance.
A few hours later, the bathroom was completely renewed. The bathroom looked better than ever. The homeowners were thrilled with the results and couldn't believe that their formerly filthy bathroom now looked brand new! The best part was that Sir Grout's techs not only helped the family save money on costly water damage repairs by recaulking their bathroom, they also saved them time and the cost of the materials.
Our highly-qualified team was able to save the bathroom by providing excellent tile cleaning and caulking services. Moreover, they prevented further problems for these clients by giving them a few recommendations to maintain their bathroom and prevent costly repairs and renovations. The tile and grout must be cleaned with pH-neutral products. Acidic products must be avoided, as they will only deteriorate the hard surface. Avoid leaving stagnant water in the shower, because it breeds mildew and other fungi. By following these recommendations, you can turn a painful chore into an easy experience while still maintaining your bathroom.
Don't wait until your tile and grout deteriorate. Avoid costly and time-consuming renovations! For an affordable, comprehensive, and QUICK tile and grout cleaning or shower caulking service, call (718) 514-6016
for a free evaluation, today!
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