Our Caulking Services Delivered Yet Another Successful Restoration for This Homeowner in Chandler, AZ
June 18, 2022Mold can grow for a variety of reasons, but moisture is a common factor. Wherever there is moisture, there is a good chance that mold and mildew will grow sooner or later. That is why homeowners frequently experience this issue in their bathrooms, particularly in showers.
This homeowner found it challenging to keep his lovely home clean on a daily basis. He is a retired homeowner who has always been concerned about his bathroom's upkeep. His cleaning sessions became less regular as time passed. This caused some damage, particularly to the walls around the shower edges. Fortunately, his neighbor was able to assist him in recommending the top caulking services in Chandler, Arizona.
The homeowner's neighbor knew exactly what he needed, so he immediately recommended our services. His neighbor sent him a link to our website, and saw how our professionals were capable of restoring various sorts of surfaces, and how they achieved excellent results while doing so. Our before and after picture gallery was enough to convince the owner, so he immediately filled out the "Request a Quote" form and requested an in-home evaluation.
Our team arrived at the client's home on the day of the evaluation to inspect the surface. During the inspection, we found that the grout lines on the walls and floor were full of dirt. The old caulk had deteriorated severely. The homeowner was assured by our specialists that our multistep caulking services would completely restore his ceramic and marble shower. The owner accepted our proposal and scheduled the procedure for a few days later.
When our team arrived, we were ready to start the multi-step procedure. We began by cleaning the entire shower with our own pH-neutral, soap-free cleaner to remove the grime. A high-speed scrubber was used to achieve maximum scrubbing. Our technicians completely cleaned the grout, and once the surface was completely clean, we re-caulked the joints with epoxy.
To complete the process, Sir Grout's ColorSeal was used, a non-toxic acrylic sealant that makes grout resistant to water, mold, and mildew while also protecting it from stains. Our sealant gives the highest protection against wear and tear. Even on surfaces susceptible to frequent water flow, it keeps the surfaces safe.
After the job was completed, our crew invited the homeowner to see the results. He was very pleased with the way his restored marble and ceramic shower looked. The dirty grout lines on the ceramic walls and marble floor had been completely cleaned and the damaged caulk was now looking seamless. The homeowner expressed gratitude to our experts for the excellent work and said he would contact Sir Grout Phoenix back for maintenance.
Before we left, we provided the owner with some advice on how to keep the shower in top condition. First, after taking a shower, we recommend drying the surface. We also advised against using soap-based cleaners. To get the greatest cleaning results, we recommend utilizing pH-neutral products like Sir Grout's Natural Hard Surface Cleaner.
It is not advisable to use soap-based cleaners or items with acidic components. These solutions leave a foamy residue on the grout, resulting in stains and discoloration. Harsh chemicals and abrasive cleaning products can also be detrimental to hard surfaces. Apply our cleaner with a clean mop, and make sure the floor is completely dry before entering the room again. Since abrasive equipment can scratch the tiles, it should never be used.
Experts at Sir Grout Phoenix know exactly how to deal with deteriorated caulk. We'll fully revamp your hard surfaces with high-end equipment and state-of-the-art procedures. Call us at (480) 268-3257 or fill out the "Request a Quote" form on this page to schedule a free consultation today. If you want to keep up with our latest news and promotions, subscribe to our newsletter.
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