Tile and Grout Cleaning Revitalizes Boston Football Fan's Old Shower
October 07, 2015Shaun Kelly is an avid football fan in the greatest sense of the definition. In addition to religiously watching every New England Patriots game with his friends and participating in multiple fantasy leagues, he also spends some weeknights playing flag football in a local Boston league. On weekends, he coaches a pee-wee league team, and afterwards, would get together with his buddies to play a pickup game of good, old-fashioned tackle football in the park. Boston's autumn rain leads to some extensively muddy playing conditions. For Shaun, loving football includes playing with the stand-by motto of: "if you aren't getting dirty, you aren't playing hard enough." To return to a civilized appearance after a game, Shaun relies on his trusty tiled shower in the master bathroom of his Boston home.
Unfortunately, the years of dirt, soap scum, and residue took their toll on the shower's appearance. The tiles no longer looked clean and shiny, while the grout lines eventually darkened, and started cracking. Something needed to be done about this, and fast. Going with his football instincts, Shaun decided that the best defense was a good offense, and searched for Boston grout cleaning to find professional experts who could properly clean and revitalize his workhorse shower. Upon reading reviews and researching companies, Shaun settled on Sir Grout of Boston to get his shower back to tip-top shape.
As time passes, excessive moisture and dirt discolor old tiles and grout, making the once clean, neat shower tiles look old and discolored. Shaun wanted a thorough, professional cleaning to get his shower back to looking the way it did when he first moved in. Sir Grout of Boston was ready to help!
Upon arriving at Shaun Kelly's home on the day of the job, Sir Grout's trained grout and tile cleaning team assessed the scope of the job, and opened up Sir Grout's playbook to determine the best course of action. Upon inspecting the state of the tile and grout, the team determined that neither was in need of replacement, sealing, or re-caulking. The tile and grout just needed a thorough cleaning, so the team went with a proprietary, thorough cleaning process utilizing proper chemicals and heat to get those years of dirt, mildew, and grime out of the tiles and grout of Shaun's shower. Sir Grout of Boston takes pride in offering a multitude of services to service your grout and tiles. If tiles do not need replacement or grout does not need resealing, or recoloring, Sir Grout of Boston will not recommend a costly and unnecessary service.
When the grout and tile cleaning team was finished with the cleaning job, Shaun was very happy with the results. The shower once again looked clean, fresh, and ready to tackle more dirt and grime from Shaun's active athletic pastimes.
"This looks incredible, you guys did a bang-up job," said Shaun as the team was wrapping up.
Customers like Shaun Kelly can continue enjoying their freshly-cleaned showers for years to come. However, to keep them looking their best, grout and tile does require occasional upkeep -- cleaning with appropriate products and minimizing dirt can prolong the life of tile and grout. Neglecting the freshly-cleaned grout can potentially accelerate discoloration, fading, and drying, requiring more professional treatments in the future.
When your shower grout and tile seems old, weathered, and dry, perhaps it is time for a thorough tile and grout cleaning. Turn to the Boston area grout and tile cleaning experts -- Sir Grout of Boston. Fill out the form below to contact Sir Grout for a free evaluation today!
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