Thanks to Our Advanced Grout Sealing Process, a Homeowner from Dallas Now Has a Beautiful Floor in Her New House
April 30, 2019
A homeowner from Dallas needed Sir Grout's help. She recently moved into her new house. She loved her new place, but when she was performing regular maintenance, she noticed the condition of the floor was not ideal. The tiles had a worn appearance and the grout lines remained dirty no matter how much she mopped and brushed. The porcelain tiles had a wooden tone and the owner wanted the floor to recover its wood-like appearance. She searched online for solutions.
Unfortunately, none of the DIY methods she tried worked. After some consideration, she asked a friend for help. Thankfully, he recommended hiring Sir Grout Dallas Fort Worth. He said we had done an incredible restoration in his house. He advised her to go online and get more information. Later, our Dallas grout sealing
experts completely restored her floor and gave the surface the look she wanted.
As her friend suggested, she visited our website. On the homepage she clicked on the "Before and After" gallery. The pictures showed her the outstanding results we provide our customers. She was relieved because she saw all the surfaces we had restored over the years. After going through the gallery, she read testimonials from previous satisfied customers. The positive feedback certified us as leading experts in hard surface restoration. Our reputation and her friend's recommendation convinced her we could help. She called us and scheduled a free in-home consultation.
On the appointed date, we inspected the surface offered an effective solution for the problems. After greeting the owner, we began the assessment. We immediately noticed the issues. The floor had suffered heavy wear and tear over the years. As a result, it had accumulated dirt and acquired a washed-out tone. We continued by checking the sealant. The test showed us that the grout needed sealing. We explained that unsealed grout can absorb all sorts of external agents like cleaner residue or spills left on the surface. When this happens, it spoils the appearance of the entire floor. We concluded that regular cleaning wouldn't be effective. For this task, it was necessary our tested methods and professional equipment.
The owner asked us if it was possible to make the porcelain tiles look like wooden planks. We told her that with our grout sealing process, we could enhance the surface and match the color of the grout with the tiles. We assured her we could achieve her request. She was happy with our assessment and the solution we proposed, so she hired us and we set up a date for the job.
We returned to our client's house to perform the restoration of the floor. We needed to enhance the porcelain tiles to give them a wood-like appearance. To achieve this revamped look, we needed to follow a series of steps. We began by cleaning the surface using our exclusive pH-neutral product and a high-speed scrubber. Our cleaner won't cause any damage because it is soap-free and doesn't leave residue. Additionally, it has an improved antimicrobial formula that can help inhibit the growth of bacteria and fungi for up to a week after application. Once the floor was spotless, we repaired the grout lines and removed all the blemishes. After that, we continued with the final step.
We sealed the grout lines with our high-end sealant, ColorSeal. This state-of-the-art product closes off water absorption and protects the surface against dirt, grime, and all other harmful external agents. Thanks to its special properties, maintenance isn't a problem because it makes cleaning routines easier and faster. Furthermore, it has a large selection and variety of colors. We used one that matched the wooden tone of the tiles. When we finished, the porcelain had a wood-like appearance.
We successfully accomplished the owner's request, so we invited her to see the results of our work. Our client was beyond happy with the improved look of the floor. The surface had the appearance she wanted and she could finally enjoy her new home. After thanking us, she said the quality of our work was impressive, and from that point on, she would recommend our service to her family, friends, and neighbors.
Before leaving, we gave our client some suggestions that would help her maintain the floor in great condition. We recommended cleaning the floor once a week using only pH-neutral soap-free cleaners like Sir Grout's Natural Hard Surface Cleaner
. Our product is safe for tiles and grout and it has an antimicrobial agent that provides protection against bacteria and fungi. Furthermore, it is non-toxic and safe for everyone in the house, including pets. We told her it is important to avoid using soap-based or acidic cleaners. These products leave residue and contain harsh agents that can deteriorate the grout and stain the tiles. Make sure your cleaning solution is free of these properties. Additionally, we don't recommend rinsing dirty mops into the cleaning solution. This builds-up grime that can seep into the grout lines. For better results, always use clean mops.
As you can see, Sir Grout Dallas Fort Worth's certified experts can give your old floor a brand-new look. Our top-notch grout sealing process can enhance and revitalize any type of surface. We have experienced and qualified professionals with the skill and knowledge to make your floor beautiful once again. As a leading company in the hard surface restoration industry, we have effective and reliable solutions at your disposal. Don't hesitate to contact us by calling (972) 370-9543
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