Our Grout Sealing in Bonita Springs, FL Brought Back the Beauty of Two Bathroom Floors
September 25, 2020We recently received a call from a customer who had recently moved to his new home in Bonita Springs, a lovely city in Florida. He and his wife loved everything about the place, but it needed some repairs. Fortunately, most of the hard surfaces in the property just needed a touch-up. The bathrooms, however, needed more than that. The floors in both bathrooms were dirty and deteriorated.
After trying to restore the floors on their own, the couple decided it was best to leave it to professionals. Having just moved to a new city, they didn't know where to look for grout sealing in Bonita Springs. For that reason, they asked one of their neighbors for help. The neighbor advised them to search online for a reputable company. Following the neighbor's advice, the homeowners went online to do some research. Shortly after, they found Sir Grout SW Florida. After browsing our website and watching several video testimonials, they called to schedule a free in-home assessment.
Our techs visited the client's home on the scheduled day to assess the problem at hand. They identified the problems as soon as they saw the floors. In both cases, dirt had accumulated on the tiles and grout lines. This caused the joints to lose their original color.
Luckily, the damage wasn't severe. Our crew would be able to restore the floors with a two-step restoration procedure. They would first clean both of the surfaces using our proprietary products and tools. Next, they would seal the grout on both floors with ColorSeal. Feeling confident in our team's ability to restore both floors, the clients agreed to the service.
On the day of the job, our team went back to the client's home to perform the service. They began by soaking both floors with a pH-neutral cleaner that's safe for tile and grout. This cleaner also contains enhanced properties that can help inhibit the growth of bacteria, fungi, mold, and other microorganisms. After most of the dirt came loose, our crew extracted the remaining dirt from the tiles and grout lines using a high-speed scrubber. When they finished cleaning, our techs repaired the damaged joints and dried the floor. To finish, they applied our flagship sealant ColorSeal to the grout lines. ColorSeal is an acrylic-based sealant that protects grout against water, dirt, stains, mold, and mildew. It also comes in a variety of colors. The clients chose white ColorSeal for both bathrooms to give them a hygienic appearance.
When they finished, our crew let the couple see the results. They were thrilled. The appearance of the floors had changed for the better. They thanked our team for their hard work and promised they would call back for maintenance.
Before leaving, our techs gave the clients a few tips to help them preserve the floors in their current condition. They first recommended cleaning the surfaces once a week using a pH-neutral cleaner like Sir Grout's Natural Hard Surface Cleaner. Unlike most store-bought products, it won't damage grout nor leave any residue behind. They also suggested keeping the surfaces as dry as possible. Excess moisture leads to grimy grout and costly repairs.
Are the grout lines in your bathroom severely deteriorated? Don't fret, Sir Grout SW Florida can restore them for you. We have the necessary tools and expertise to offer the best grout sealing services in the industry of hard surface restoration. Call us at (239) 322-3984 or fill out the "Request a Quote" form on this page to schedule a free in-home assessment today. Don't forget to also subscribe to our newsletter to keep up with our latest news and promotions.
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