For all your regrouting needs in the Greater St. Louis area, rely on The Grout Medic of St. Louis.
Have you recently noticed that your tile’s grout is looking a little worse for wear in multiple locations? Are you noticing chipped grout or sections where there’s no grout to speak of? If so, it’s important to remedy this as quickly as possible. As your grout grows older, it’s, of course, going to break down due to age and conditions. Years of aging and cleaning will inevitably result in your grout failing. It’s at this point that fully regrouting your tiled surface becomes so important. Rest easy knowing you can count on the local experts at The Grout Medic of St. Louis.
Why should you consider hiring a professional for your regrouting needs?
While you may feel slightly comfortable taking on regrouting your tile, do you know which grout you should select? Do you have a variety of colors that you’ve taken into account to see which looks best with your tile? Furthermore, do you have the right tools and/or equipment to thoroughly remove the old, bad grout so you can properly apply the new grout? If you’re unsure, save yourself both the time and the money and call the local regrouting professionals at The Grout Medic. Too many times have we seen a simple regrouting project go terribly wrong and result in the necessary replacement of multiple tiles.
At The Grout Medic of St. Louis, we have all the tools necessary to completely remove all the old bad grout and apply a color-matching grout. Unlike a lot of regrouting companies in the Greater St. Louis area, we actually have a multitude of designer color-matching grout solutions so we can seamlessly blend the new grout’s appearance into any old grout that doesn’t need to be removed.
How difficult can it really be to regrout your tile?
Well, that’s a loaded question! It can be relatively easy and simple – IF you know what you’re doing. If you are a complete amateur and are relying on YouTube videos, how do you know if the YouTube video is correct? The age old question of, “Can I put new grout over old grout?” is something we hear all of the time. While you CAN, it’s highly recommended that you DO NOT put new grout over old grout. The reason for this is that you won’t get the necessary adhesiveness for your new grout to last as long as if you had a clean surface to apply it. Additionally, you may end up cracking or damaging your tile while trying to remove the old, bad grout if you don’t have the necessary tools and equipment.
Remember, we specialize in bringing both tile and grout back to life. Whether we do this by cleaning your grout or removing your old, bad grout and regrouting your tiled surface, it’s what we do every single day. We have perfected our methodology and have years of experience in doing so. So, why risk costing yourself more money and possibly having your tiled surface looking worse than if you’d done nothing at all? Why not just call a trusted, locally-owned, and operated tile contractor for a 100% FREE consultation?
What goes into a full regrouting project by The Grout Medic of St. Louis?
Our highly-trained tile and grout technicians will determine the extent of your regrouting needs. Next, they’ll meticulously remove all the old, bad grout, ensuring there is a clean surface to which the new grout can be applied. As you’ve noticed, we consistently mention the necessity of applying new grout to a clean surface. This is to ensure a watertight seal between the tile and the grout.
The last thing you want is for any room for any water to seep through the tile and grout’s bond. In fact, this is the key goal of grout. After we’ve removed all the old grout and applied the new grout, we’ll then thoroughly clean the area to the point you’d never know we were there. After our technicians have regrouted your tiled surface(s), it will take approximately hours before the area is ready for use.
Searching for “regrouting company near me?” We serve the following areas in the Greater St. Louis Area:
St. Louis, Chesterfield, Wildwood, Ballwin, University City, Ellisville, Manchester, Eureka, Allenton, Fenton, Glencoe, Wentzville, Hazelwood, Bridgeton, Earth City, St. Peters, Jennings, MO, and surrounding areas.
Make sure your tiled surfaces aren’t suffering from any broken or cracked grout anymore. We’ll ensure your tile’s grout is in excellent shape and will even seal it to keep the bond stronger than ever and to keep discoloring agents out of your grout’s porous surface. Contact us for your obligation-free, in-person evaluation. Call 314-408-6531, or fill out our contact form. We look forward to hearing from you soon!