Boston Grout Sealing: Protecting and Enhancing Hard Surfaces with the Best Restoration Service
December 20, 2019
Keeping tiled surfaces in good condition can be a difficult task. For our next client, a housewife from Boston, it had become a struggle. Over the years, her bathroom had received heavy wear and tear. Because of this, the surface looked dirty and run-down. There were other areas in her house that caused her problems as well.
The owner was not pleased with this situation, so she tried using some DIY methods she found online. Unfortunately, she only noticed negative results. After considering her options, she decided to look for professional assistance. As she was searching for a hard surface restoration company, she heard about Sir Grout of Greater Boston from a neighbor. She called us, explained the situation, and asked for a free in-home consultation. Thanks to our Boston Grout Sealing
services, her bathroom and the other surfaces in her house now look amazing and are fully protected to endure daily use.
Following her request, one of our crews went to inspect the condition of the surfaces. Our techs began the assessment in the bathroom. The problems were clearly visible. The grout lines had accumulated dirt, grime, and soap residue. As a result, the entire surface had acquired an unsightly appearance. The tiles looked dingy as well. As the evaluation continued, our team learned the surface needed sealing. Unsealed grout is exposed to all sorts of damage from external agents and prone to deterioration. The other areas the owner asked our experts to assess had the same issues. When our tech finished the evaluation, they concluded that regular cleaning methods wouldn't yield positive results. The restoration required Sir Grout's professional process. Our staff offered a grout sealing service to revamp the surfaces and to prevent future damages. The owner accepted the offer and hired our team.
Our professionals returned with everything they needed to perform the grout sealing job. Since there were several areas that needed attention, our experts began the restoration in the bathroom. The first step of the process was cleaning the surface using Sir Grout's exclusive pH-neutral cleaner and a high-speed scrubber. Our product offers many benefits, including an enhanced antimicrobial formula that can help inhibit the growth of bacteria and fungi for up to a week after application. Our techs continued the job by repairing the grout lines using professional diamond saws. Next, our pros used a steam cleaner to remove any embedded dirt and grime. When the surface was spotless, our staff sealed the grout lines.
For this task, our team applied a coating of ColorSeal. Sir Grout's flagship sealant blocks the absorption of liquids and wards off damages from dirt, grime, and all other harmful external agents. It makes cleaning routines easy and fast by reducing the need for excessive scrubbing. ColorSeal also enhances the grout with a vibrant new color. The owner can choose from a large selection of beautiful colors. After finishing the work in the bathroom, our techs addressed the other areas of the house that needed restoration. When our experts completed the job, everything looked new again.
Our client was beyond thrilled when she saw the results. The owner was very happy because all the issues were gone. She told our crew the bathroom looked better than when they'd moved into the house 14 years ago. After thanking our team, she assured them she would recommend Sir Grout of Greater Boston to everyone. She even left a glowing review on Angie's List:
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Janet C - Bridgewater, MAJuly 13, 2019
Technician, Brian, arrived on time, took the time to explain everything to me, was extremely professional and did an outstanding job. Not only was everything done to my satisfaction, it was actually beyond my expectations. My 14 year old tile looks brand new! I couldn't be happier!
Tiled surfaces require proper maintenance and care. Heavy wear and tear can lead to damages and deterioration. For this reason, it's necessary to follow Sir Grout's recommendations in order to keep these areas looking great. Our experts suggested cleaning the surfaces regularly. For better results, use only pH-neutral soap-free cleaners like Sir Grout's Natural Hard Surface Cleaner
. Our product won't leave any residue and has an antimicrobial agent that provides protection against bacteria and fungi. Additionally, it is safe for everyone in the house, including pets. It's best to avoid soap-based cleaning solutions or substances that contain acidic properties. These products are harsh, leave residues, and can cause even more severe damages.
Bathrooms are the perfect breeding ground for mold and mildew because they are damp areas. It is important to decrease the levels of moisture in the bathroom to prevent fungi growth. Our professionals recommended keeping the area dry and well-ventilated. After using the bathroom, leave the door ajar or a window open. To dry the surface, use a squeegee, a towel, or a terry cloth rag.
Restoring your damaged hard surfaces doesn't have to be a difficult task. Sir Grout of Greater Boston's certified technicians know exactly what to do to help you. Our top-notch grout sealing process can give any surface full protection and a brand-new look. As a leading company in the hard surface restoration industry, we have the most qualified technicians to assist you. Don't hesitate to contact us by calling (781) 899-0388
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