Weighing Your Tile Repair Options
If you have broken tiles in your home or business, you might be wondering what your repair options are.
While tile damage can be disheartening, you need not worry about scheduling and paying for a major renovation project right away. Broken tiles do not always equate to an extensive tile replacement. Of course, choosing to tear out all your tile and have it reinstalled is an option – but it is not your only option. The Grout Medic of Dallas-Fort Worth offers money-saving and tile-saving options for making your tiled surfaces beautiful once more.
Tile Repair for Broken or Damaged Tile
Let’s say your floor tile receives impact damage from a dropped object and cracks into pieces. While it looks like cause for major concern, The Grout Medic is here to ease your worries. In this scenario, you have a couple of options for repairing the tile. You Grout Medic technician can deftly piece your broken tile or tiles back together if all the pieces are present. For this reason, it is important that you keep the broken pieces.
What if it looks like the tile can’t be repaired?
Please wait until you speak with a Grout Medic professional before pulling the trigger on a full-scale tile renovation project. Damage or breakage could appear to be too extensive for tile repair but let us be the judge – tile and grout are all we do! Allow our experienced grout and tile repair technicians to take a look at your damaged tile. The Grout Medic’s short and sweet in-home or business repair consultation will give you all the answers you need. The best part is, if your tile cannot be repaired, we can replace it for you. Add to that, our tile repair evaluation is obligation-free and you have nothing to lose.
What if a tile just becomes loose?
If you have a tile that loosens and breaks away over time, The Grout Medic of Dallas-Fort Worth can reinstall it anew to refortify your entire tiled surface. It is important that you address loose or hollow-sounding tiles quickly to avoid further damage to the tile or the surrounding grout and tile. Taking care of these seemingly-small repairs quickly is the key to saving money in the long run.