Our Sahuarita Caulking Services Once Again Prove Their Excellence Through This Shower Restoration
February 24, 2022
A homeowner from Sahuarita, AZ, tried a variety of cleaning techniques to restore the charm that his shower had lost over time. He'd been doing his house cleaning for years and had a few options to experiment with. He had used multiple over-the-counter cleaning solutions, which only increased the damage to the tiles and caulk.
After failing to return the shower's appearance to its original state, the homeowner sought professional help, hoping that the issue had a viable solution. While searching online for Sahuarita Caulking Services
, he came across Sir Grout Tucson and was blown away by the before and after comparisons in our picture gallery
. He called to learn more about us and scheduled a free in-home consultation.
As planned, our team arrived at the client's home to inspect the state of the shower. They carefully examined the grout, working their way from the walls to the floor. They had a pretty good guess of what had happened by the end of the inspection. The grout had been damaged due to the water seepage and poor maintenance. To avoid further damage on the shower's surface, we explained that the caulk needed to be replaced and the grout lines needed to be sealed. The client liked our consultation and decided that working with us was the most reasonable thing to do.
Our experts returned to the client's home a few days later with a definite plan in mind and spent no time in starting the multi-step restoration procedure. The first step was to clean the entire shower with a pH-neutral, soap-free cleaner that doesn't leave any residue. We then used a high-speed scrubber to remove the filth and soap scum from the tiles and grout. We followed by steam cleaning the area to remove any embedded dirt left behind before proceeding with the grout repairs.
We scraped out the loose and damaged caulk in order to fix the grout. Following that, we cleaned the surface and re-caulked the seams, making sure that all essential repairs were made before sealing the grout lines. When the shower was ready for sealing, we used ColorSeal to seal the grout lines. This acrylic-based sealant from Sir Grout protects grout lines from dirt, grime, mold and mildew. It also improves the appearance of the grout by giving it a clean, uniform appearance.
We showed the homeowner the results of our work, and he was thoroughly impressed. The grout lines were clean and matched the shower tiles and the joints were completely sealed. This is what he'd been wanting for a long time.
Our team shared some vital cleaning suggestions with the homeowner before they left. To avoid harming the home's surfaces, they suggested using soap-free cleaners like Sir Grout's Natural Hard Surface Cleaner
. Our pH-neutral cleaner has no toxic components and effectively minimizes the formation of mold and mildew. It is the ultimate solution for maintaining showers clean. They also recommended keeping the surfaces dry. We recommended leaving the windows open for several hours each day to improve ventilation throughout the bathroom which helps reduce mold buildup. At the end, the client praised us for our work and said he would recommend Sir Grout Tucson to his coworkers.
When it comes to hard surface restoration, Sir Grout Tucson delivers exceptional results. To execute any task safely and efficiently, we have the greatest supplies and equipment at our disposal. Furthermore, our experts have decades of experience to ensure that your hard surfaces at home get the best restorations in town. Call us at (520) 918-0500
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