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As an already-existing tiled area, our service is a repair and maintenance technique. Retaining is an option, but so is using a tile regrouting service. Any tiling area that has seen years of daily traffic or wear and tear looks much better after this process. For practically all tiled areas, renewal is appropriate, ranging from showers to tiled floors, laundry rooms, and kitchen splashbacks. Any tiling area can be given a new, clean appearance with renewal for a cost that is reasonable and suitable for all budgets—certainly for a fraction of the price of replacing the tiles.

The bathroom’s grout is crumbling, causing an unappealing appearance. Rewiring the bathroom can improve its appearance, increase the selling price by thousands of dollars, and speed up the selling process, making it a more cost-effective option than retiring.

Milton tile regrouting services involve removing the old grout and installing new grout. Using a specialized power tool set to the necessary depth of roughly 3 to 4 mm, the old grout is removed. As with any maintenance procedure, having the right tools for the job and making sure the preparation is done correctly are crucial for getting the desired results. After this is finished, the area is cleaned, and a fresh grout application with a strength additive is made.

White grout, a cementitious grout intended for use with most ceramic tiled types and natural stone applications, is used in tiled rerouting. In addition, the grout has a biocide in it that makes it resistant to a wide range of bacteria and mould. Manufacturers of grout typically advise grout to be used for only about ten years.

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Cracked and crumbling grout? We'll leave you without a doubt!

  • Inspection prior to repair
  • How to Remove Old Grout
  • Setting Up the Subfloor
  • Choosing and Mixing Grout
  • Using Grout
  • Cleaning and Removal of Grout