Regrouting: 3 Steps to Low-cost Tile Rejuvenation
If you are searching for a way to improve your tile’s aesthetic and overall health, regrouting could be right for you!
These days home and business owners are searching for budget-friendly ways to repair or update their tiled surfaces. Many undertake their own tile rejuvenation projects, even total tile replacement. There are many steps to DIY tile replacement projects. From choosing tile that fits your budget and style, to researching proper installation methods, this can prove much too time consuming – and in the end, could cost more than originally anticipated. The Grout Medic of Dallas-Fort Worth can get you to a revitalized tile aesthetic, all while extending the life of your tile – for much less than you might think!
3 Steps to Regrouting in Dallas-Fort Worth
For the purpose of this writing, we will suppose that you have already taken advantage of The Grout Medic’s no-obligation regrouting consultation and have scheduled your service. What happens when we arrive to complete your project?
Step 1: Grout Removal
The success of any home improvement project is first determined by proper preparation. This is one area in which The Grout Medic of Dallas-Fort Worth excels. Our highly-trained regrouting experts will meticulously prepare your tiled surface by removing your old grout. This is by means of a reciprocating tool, as well as finishing up by hand. Once grout is wholly broken free from your tile, all remaining debris will be cleaned away, leaving a pristine tile edge for the new grout to adhere.
Step 2: New Grout Installation
Once your tile is completely free of all the old grout, The Grout Medic of Dallas-Fort Worth will apply a new and improved grout mixture. This restarts the clock on the life of your tiled surface. You can choose to apply grout in the same color as your original, or completely change the look of your tile with an all-new grout color. With proper care and maintenance, your tile’s grout can last for 20 years without needing repair or replacement!
Step 3: Allow 24 Hours for Grout to Cure
Regrouting in Dallas-Fort Worth is a huge time-saver, as mentioned above. The Grout Medic can complete your regrouting project in only one day’s time. After that, you must allow the grout to cure for 24 hours before resuming full use of your tiled area. This includes grout in any room or application – floors, showers, baths, backsplashes – any area of your home.