Sir Grout Takes Care of Your Home During Hard Surface Restoration Services by Masking and Protecting Working Areas
April 05, 2016There are many important moments in a homeowner's life, such as the day they move in and start making new memories, and when they decide it's time for a change and make the important decision of renovating or restoring a part of their home. What builds a home is the love and care we give it, and that home is a valuable investment, not because of its monetary value, but because it shelters precious memories. Therefore, Sir Grout understands that when you want to restore or maintain your hard surfaces you need a team of professionals that will treat your home with the same love, care, and respect.
That is why, before starting any job, our team makes sure that all working areas are properly protected. When performing any service to your hard surfaces it is important for the Sir Grout team to make sure the homeowner feels relaxed and safe in the knowledge that his or her most valuable investment is in the best hands. This goes to show the quality of service that only our trained team of technicians can provide.
When it comes to performing jobs such as marble honing and polishing, things can get a bit messy, which is why the Sir Grout team takes every necessary precaution. When honing and polishing the edges and corners of the floor, the machinery comes into close contact with the walls, which is why protection of working areas is a priority. The process of marble honing and polishing starts by applying a pH-neutral cleaner and a state-of-the-art vertical brushing system, which is perfect for cleaning this kind of delicate stone. We finish off the job by carefully honing the marble floor to remove abrasion (scratches) and etch marks and then we polish the stones surface to make it look shiny and new again. At Sir Grout, we know marble. We understand and appreciate its characteristics. Sir Grout can repair, refinish, protect, and restore your marble surfaces to their original condition, while making sure that your home is properly protected.
Before starting any job, our team makes sure everything susceptible to damage is covered and protected in the areas where the service will be performed. When the team is ready to begin the project, the first step is to cover and protect the surrounding areas by taping off wood cabinets, sink fixtures, baseboards, etc. If the job is on a stone surface above the floor, such as a countertop, they also cover the floors to ensure the room is kept clean and that no mess is left behind. Then, the surface is cleaned to remove any dirt or debris. After everything is properly protected, the team gets to work! Part of the value of choosing Sir Grout is our attention to detail. Watch the video below to see examples of how we thoroughly "mask and protect" our customers' homes.
At Sir Grout, our priority is making sure that homeowners receive quality services and satisfying results. Paul W, a customer from South Orange, NJ attested to our team's care and attention to detail. "I appreciated the floor protection that they used outside the bath and their attention to detail in all of the work that was done for cleaning and coloring the grout." We understand that it takes trust to let others take care of your most valuable investment. Thankfully, our team is highly-trained and has great attention to detail, which makes us stand out from other companies that provide similar services. More importantly, it makes our customer's satisfied and happy with the job done, which makes it worth all the hard work.
If your floors could use some fixing up, don't wait any longer to get it taken care of. We can clean, hone, polish, and seal any hard surface with the utmost care and attention to detail. Schedule an appointment with us today by calling (866) 476-8863 and get a free quote. To find a Sir Grout near you, go to locations.
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