Our Grout Cleaning Service Brought Back the Beauty of This Bathroom in Winchester, MA
September 30, 2019This homeowner had recently moved to her new home in Winchester, a lovely city in Massachusetts. She loved everything about her the place. However, it needed some repairs. She was eager to do the repairs right after the purchase since she was used to having friends over for informal gatherings on the weekends. Fortunately, most of the surfaces in the home just needed a touch-up. The bathroom, however, needed more than that. It was worn out and had deteriorated grout lines.
The homeowner knew she had to start looking for a professional company that could solve the situation, but she did not know where to start looking. Therefore, she turned to her best friend for an answer. Her friend advised her to look for a grout cleaning company in Winchester, MA to have the bathroom checked. The homeowner decided to follow her friend's advice, so she went online to do some research. Shortly after, she found Sir Grout of Greater Boston among the top search results. After browsing our website and seeing the quality of the jobs we had previously carried out, she called to schedule a free in-home evaluation.
The day of the appointment, our team arrived at the expected time to assess the problem at hand. Our experts identified the issues as soon as they saw the bathroom. They told the homeowner that it would be necessary to perform a multi-step procedure to revive the appearance of the floor and walls and also prevent further damage. To fix the bathroom, our professionals would have to clean and seal their surfaces with Tile Armor. They would also repair the expansion joints in the shower enclosures. The owner was thrilled to hear that a restoration service was possible because it meant she wouldn't have to go through costly repairs.
On the day of the job, our team began the service by applying a pH-neutral cleaner on the tiles and grout lines in the bathroom. This cleaner also contains properties that can help inhibit the growth of bacteria, fungi and mold after it has been applied. Next, they used a high-speed scrubber and vapor steam cleaner to remove the grime from the entirety of the bathroom's surfaces. When they finished cleaning, our experts replaced the damaged grout on the bathroom's surfaces and re-caulked the shower's expansion joints with Stainmaster. This tough, cutting-edge product provides durable results and prevents water from seeping under the tiles, keeping the surface safe and clean.
To finish, our experts coated the bathroom surfaces with our flagship sealant, Tile armor. This long-lasting solution makes tile look brand-new and protects the grout from water, stains, mold, and mildew.
After they finished restoring the bathroom, our team of professionals gave the client some recommendations to help her keep the bathroom looking great. First, they recommended cleaning the bathroom once a week using a pH-neutral, soap-free cleaner like Sir Grout's Natural Hard Surface Cleaner. This cleaner is safe for both tile and grout. Unlike other cleaners, it won't leave any residue behind or damage the grout lines. They also suggested keeping the surface as dry as possible by wiping away the excess water after every shower.
The customer was very pleased with the results. She thanked the team for an outstanding job and told them she would recommend our services to her friends and family.
When the grout lines in your bathroom look brownish and stained, look no further. Sir Grout of Greater Boston can fix them for you. Our highly trained professionals are ready to provide you with top-notch hard surface restoration services at a fair price. Call us at (781) 899-0388 or fill out the "Request a Quote" form on this page to schedule a free in-home assessment today. Also, don't forget to subscribe to our newsletter.
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