Grout Cleaning from Sir Grout Saves Thousands for Westport Customer
November 11, 2015A functioning, clean shower is a highlight of anyone's day. It is a great wake-up call and a morning ritual to get ready for work, and a great place to wind down after a long day or a heavy workout. Unfortunately, for one of our customers, as the years went on, he started noticing that age and time was changing the way his shower looked. Moisture and mildew wreaked havoc on the beautiful mocha brown color of the tiles and darkened the surface. The grout separating the shower tiles was also showing signs of aging -- the once light grout lines were getting darker day by day, showing signs of drying and discoloration. Not knowing what else to do, our customer thought about a full bathroom remodel -- sticker shock followed. There was no way this project could be completed fast and efficiently. Our customer tried home remedies and bought multiple over-the-counter cleaning products to try to get the shine and new look back. Not even the harshest chemicals seemed to do the job. After numerous futile cleaning attempts, our customer decided that he needed professional help with his shower. After searching for Westport grout cleaning, he found Sir Grout of Greater Fairfield County. After reading numerous positive reviews, he called up Sir Grout to ask if grout cleaning would solve his issues.
As years go by, moisture, soap scum and mildew discolor and damage tiles in your shower. After all, stone tiles are actually porous, and although they appear smooth on the surface, they are actually, and unfortunately, quite good at absorbing all that moisture and grime. The result: tiles that look old, dingy, and dirty, and grout that looks dried and weathered. Our customer was lucky to find us: with Sir Grout of Greater Fairfield County, he was in great hands!
On the day of the job, Sir Grout's trained, professional tile cleaning team arrived at our customer's residence, observed the damage and took some pre-treatment photos to document the state of the shower. The team started with a thorough steam cleaning of the shower tiles. Sir Grout's proprietary steam cleaning process involves using alkaline and pH-neutral chemicals to eliminate the years of dirt and mildew and get tiles looking new again. To mitigate the years of damage done to the grout holding the newly-cleaned tiles in place, the team used ColorSeal to recolor and seal the existing grout. ColorSeal is a tinted, water-resistant sealer that, when applied properly, forms a protective layer that keeps moisture and excessive dirt out of contact with the original grout, while giving the appearance of new grout. Sir Grout considers ColorSeal to be one of the best grout solutions available on the market, and consistently finds great results, regardless of application.
Upon completing the job, the shower looked clean, fresh, and mildew-free. The customer was ecstatic about the results, and thanked the departing Sir Grout tile cleaning team many times. Our customer's shower was once again new, clean, and fresh -- a wonderful way to start or end the day. In addition to revitalizing his shower, the tile cleaning job cost the customer a fraction of what it would have cost him to do a full remodel or repair in his bathroom while yielding similar like-new results!
Would you like your shower floor looking new again? Sir Grout's certified stone and grout pros tackle mold- and mildew-laden showers every day! For a professional tile cleaning service, trust the Westport, Connecticut area experts -- Sir Grout of Greater Fairfield County. Call (203) 702-4896 to contact Sir Grout for a free evaluation today!
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