Tile Regrouting and Grout Repair

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Regrouting: When Cleaning Doesn't Cut It

What is regrouting exactly? Not many people know, but there is a process that you can turn to when even a professional steam cleaning and scrubbing can’t seem to clean your grout lines. We can remove your existing grout lines and replace them with new grout of the color of your choice. If you only have a few cracked lines, we can remove and replace those few lines with grout that matches your existing grout. Have calcium deposits that simply won’t go away? Shower-door or floor, we have the means and the ability to restore the life of your grout lines, no matter the type of tile or stone between them! Give us a call or send some pictures of your project for your free estimate.

Our grout replacement (or regrout) service also encompasses the replacement of the silicon along the seams of your tiled areas. It’s normal for the silicon to darken and turn black or yellow, but normal or not, it’s unsightly and you definitely don’t want that in your home. We take the time to carefully remove the old silicon (or caulking in some cases), and delicately replace it with new silicon that perfectly fits the seam.

Grout Repair And Tile Repair

In addition to regrout and grout repair, we can also manage any tile repairs you may have. Sometimes tiles crack or become loose. This may be a result of the ground shifting, excess water, or even poor installation. Whatever the reason may be, we are able to repair the tile or tiles. This is just one step above regrouting. To begin, we carefully remove the broken or loose tile, then clean up any remaining thinset under the tile and on the floor. Once the subfloor has been cleared and all the dust vacuumed away, we begin installing the new tile. Within 24 hours, the thinset will cure and we apply the grout, to match your existing grout. Another 24 hours later, and your tiled space is once again ready to be enjoyed.

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Our tile repair and restoration services include:

  • Missing Grout Lines
  • Stained Grout Lines
  • Damaged Grout Lines
  • Mismatched Grout
  • Blackening Silicon
  • Cracks or Damages from Settling
  • Calcium Deposit Removal
  • Soap Scum Removal
  • Tile Repair

Tile Repair and Grout Restoration

The internet is rife with information and knowledge about a plethora of topics. That said, it can be difficult to separate fact from fiction. Is the dress blue or gold? We know how frustrating it can be to sift through all of that information. 

As a professional regrouting service, we have years of knowledge and experience in this field. We know which grout type is preferred for certain areas, and why. We can explain the purpose of regrouting as a service and why it’s necessary. 

As mentioned a million times before, our number one priority is providing the best service possible to our clients, and that includes providing information and knowledge. Have a look at our various articles, and see if any of those can help answer your questions. If not, give us a call! We’re happy to chat.