Our Grout Sealing Service Brought This Bathroom in West Newton, MA, Back to Life
January 30, 2018
These proud homeowners hired our grout sealing service in West Newton, MA
, to restore the bathroom in their house. The married couple bought the property five years ago and it looked beautiful. They tried everything possible to keep it in perfect condition, but that was no easy task. They deeply cleaned their house each week, and it showed. Their living room, bedrooms, and kitchen were spotless. During the holidays, this family had a lot of people over, so they couldn't spend a lot of time cleaning their house. Instead, they just quickly cleaned the rooms before their guests arrived. After the holidays, the couple still had a few days off from work and decided to clean the entire house before they got busy again.
That same week, the homeowners went to the nearest local store and bought everything they needed to clean their house, including several cleaning products. They didn't want to waste any time and started cleaning immediately. Given that they were going to clean every area of the house, it was hard to do it all in one day. As a result, they divided the job into two parts and cleaned the bathroom and bedrooms first.
While they were cleaning the bathroom, the wife noticed that something was off and asked her husband to take a look to see if he could figure out what was wrong. The man immediately knew what was wrong: the grout lines were dirty. The couple looked for some pictures to confirm his suspicions, and he was right. The grout lines in the bathroom looked different from when they were first installed. They tried to clean them, but grout lines looked the same after they were done. However, they thought that one session wouldn't be enough to see a huge change. But after several sessions, the grout lines still looked the same. That was when they realized that there was nothing else they could do. They needed professional help to solve the problem.
The husband called a friend who had recently hired us. His friend told him that we had done some amazing work on her living room floor. Additionally, his friend mentioned that Sir Grout of Greater Boston sealed the grout lines after cleaning them, which protected them from future damage. He trusted his friend, so the couple searched for our company online, and found us among their top search results.
They looked at several photos in our "Before and After" section and saw some of the incredible outcomes that we have achieved. They also read about the grout sealing service that the husband's friend had mentioned. Our service would not only protect their grout lines, but also make it easier to clean them in the future. That was all the couple needed to hear. They were convinced that we were the perfect option for them, so the husband called us to schedule a free, in-home evaluation.
A couple days later, the Sir Grout of Greater Boston team arrived at their house to inspect the bathroom and offer the best possible solution. The homeowners showed our experts the room that the husband had told us about over the phone. Our team immediately noticed that the problem was caused by dirt that had accumulated on the grout lines. The clients asked what the best solution was, and our technicians explained that the best course of action was our grout cleaning and sealing service. Our team told them that this service would leave the bathroom floor and shower looking as beautiful as when they were first installed. The family agreed, so we set a date to get started.
A few days later, our crew returned. They started the process by deeply cleaning the floor and the shower. They used pH-neutral products and a high-speed scrubber to remove the dirt from the grout lines. Then, they used a vapor steam cleaner to eliminate dirt from the hard-to-reach places.
After the bathroom was clean, it was time to seal the grout. Our team explained to the clients that this part of the process required the use of our exclusive product, ColorSeal, which is a sealant that makes grout resistant to water, mold, mildew, and stains. This is a huge benefit for homeowners because it makes the cleaning process easier because it keeps dirt above the surface. Furthermore, ColorSeal comes in a variety of colors to choose from. The clients chose the perfect color to complement their porcelain tiles.
After our team had finished, they had the couple take a look at the results. The clients were thrilled to see what our grout cleaning and sealing service could do. They never thought that their bathroom would look as new as it did when it was first installed. The homeowners took some pictures to show the husband's friend. Additionally, they told our team that they would call us again if they needed our services and recommend us to anyone who is experiencing similar issues.
Before leaving, our technicians explained to the homeowners that color seal takes 48 hours to fully cure. Then, our team gave the couple some recommendations on how to take care of their bathroom, including using soapless, pH-neutral cleaners on their tiles, as these types of cleaners won't remove the sealant and are safe to use on tiles. Our technicians also advised the clients to vacuum the floor to remove dirt and always dry it with a towel or terry cloth.
If your bathroom needs a professional grout cleaning and sealing service, Sir Grout of Greater Boston is your best choice! We are experts in hard surface restoration. Do not hesitate to contact us by calling at (781) 899-0388
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